Salvador Dalí Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings (1910-1951)

 The Salvador Dali Catalogue Raisonné was launched in 2004 under the auspices of Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation, to mark the centennial of the artist’s birth and with the purpose of assembling and sharing — as an online publication — a rigorous and comprehensive body of information about the works painted by Dalí between 1910 and 1983.  The basic information used in the catalogue comes from the very extensive documentary archive of the Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, and has been supplemented with material from the equally important archive of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Dali catalogue entree

Each catalogue entry contains relevant information about the work — title, date, technique, support/medium, dimensions, location, signature & inscriptions, provenance, exhibitions, comments and bibliography — and in most cases, a color reproduction of the work .

 

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Copyright Notices:

Webpage:  © Can Antaviana, S.L. with the collaboration of EPI, Estudis i Projectes Informàtics.

Works of Salvador Dalí:  © Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Figueres, 2008.  [Images taken by Martí Gasull and Black & White Ltd.]

Works from Salvador Dalí Museum:  © Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Figueres, 2008. / © Salvador Dalí Museum Inc., St. Petersburg, FL, 2008

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The Essence of Line: French Drawings from Ingres to Degas

The Essence of Line: French Drawings from Ingres to Degas

Website:  http://www.frenchdrawings.org/

 

The Essence of Line, a database of nineteenth-century French drawings, contains more than 900 works from the collections of The Baltimore Museum of Art, Peabody Institute Art Collection, Maryland State Archives and the Walters Art Museum.  It features works by Eugéne Delacroix, Honoré Daumier, Paul Cézanne, and Edgar Degas (among others) including preparatory sketches and studies to elaborate watercolors and oils.  The site allows users to Search the Collection and to Create Your Own Gallery (requires free registration).  Highlights showcases key works of art and  Albums & Sketchbooks provides insight on the working processes of artists and the dynamic between artist and collector.

The Essence of Line is sponsored by The Richard C. von Hess Foundation with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 

Resource Library :: A Publication of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO)

Resource Library  America s Representational Art Publication

Resource Library is an online publication of Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) devoted to American representational art. It includes aspects of both a scholarly journal and a popular magazine. Maintaining a balance between both emphases, Resource Library offers an interconnected body of knowledge including:

  • biographical information for important artists,
  • relationships of American artists to their teachers in foreign nations and America,
  • history of American art centers, schools, ateliers and museums,
  • evolution of methods and styles of artistic expression,
  • changing cultural emphases over time.

 

Other Catalogues of Interest:

 

 

 

 

accessCeramics

20130528-114948.jpgwebsite: http://accessceramics.org/

accessCeramics is a growing collection of images of contemporary ceramics by recognized artists. It is designed for use by artists, arts educators, scholars and the general public, and is intended to fill a void in contemporary ceramics digital image collections on the web.

All images are stored on Flickr and are accessible via http://accessceramics.org, with the hope the Collection will serve as a model for future image collections.

accessCeramics is a pilot project organized by the Visual Resources Center of Watzek Library and the Art Department of Lewis & Clark College. In 2008, the project received a NITLE Instructional Innovative Fund Grant and in 2009 received an NEA Access to Artistic Excellence Grant.

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  • 20130528-122320.jpgTitle: Those Red Airplanes
    Series Title: Nightmare Daydream
    Artist: Mark Burleson
    Date: 2009
    Technique: handbuilt
    Temperature: Cone 04
    Glazing / Surface Treatment: earthenware
    Material: Ceramic
    Object Type: Teapot

    The Whitney Museum of Art Collection – Works Online

    website: http://whitney.org/Collection

    The Whitney’s collection—comprising more than 19,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, films, videos, and new media by more than 2,900 artists—contains some of the most significant and exciting work created by artists in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

    The Museum’s rich holdings of realist and modernist work, Precisionism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and Minimalism are particular strengths of the collection. In addition, the Museum has collected work by individuals who have shaped recent artistic practice but defy easy categorization by movement or medium. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the founder of the Museum, focused her collecting efforts on living artists, and this emphasis has been a guiding principle of the collection for the past eight decades. An appreciation of the areas of inquiry, working methods, and material exploration of today’s living artists guides our current acquisitions.

    The Whitney Museum of Art Collection – Works Online

    The Whitney Museum of Art Collection – Works Online

    website: http://whitney.org/Collection

    The Whitney’s collection—comprising more than 19,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, films, videos, and new media by more than 2,900 artists—contains some of the most significant and exciting work created by artists in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

    The Museum’s rich holdings of realist and modernist work, Precisionism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and Minimalism are particular strengths of the collection. In addition, the Museum has collected work by individuals who have shaped recent artistic practice but defy easy categorization by movement or medium. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the founder of the Museum, focused her collecting efforts on living artists, and this emphasis has been a guiding principle of the collection for the past eight decades. An appreciation of the areas of inquiry, working methods, and material exploration of today’s living artists guides our current acquisitions.

    The Whitney Museum of Art Collection – Works Online

    The Guggenheim’s Collection Online

    About the Collection Online:

    The Collection Online features a searchable database of selected artworks from the Guggenheim’s permanent collection. The site currently contains more than 1100 artworks by over 450 artists from the Guggenheim’s overall permanent collection of over 7,000 artworks. These highlights are designed to reflect the breadth, diversity, and tenor of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s extensive holdings from the late 19th century through the present day. Guggenheim staff are continually expanding the selection to include a larger representation of the museum’s core holdings as well as selected recent acquisitions.

    Website: http://www.guggenheim.org/new-york/collections/collection-online

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    NEW Guggenheim app for iphone & android: The Guggenheim’s interactive app will enhance your experience as you walk through the museum and provide you with a wealth of materials to explore at home, including:

  • Frank Lloyd Wright architecture tour
  • Information on more than 1,100 works in the museum’s collection
  • Exclusive audio and video content for select exhibitions
  • A weekly calendar for up-to-date program information
  • Easy member access through My Membership card
  • Kids tours for select exhibitions
  • Verbal imaging tours for visitors who are partially sighted or blind; includes touch object packs
  • Transcripts for all audio tour stops
  • Website: http://www.guggenheim.org/new-york/visit/app

    UPenn ScholarlyCommons Repository

                       ScholarlyCommons:  http://repository.upenn.edu/

    The ScholarlyCommons Repository is a collection of the scholarly output of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania. It promotes dissemination of the collection, and preserves it in a freely-accessible, long-term archive.

                               

    Areas of Research and Scholarship:

    As pilot project, initiated in early 2004 with Penn’s School of Engineering & Applied Science (SEAS), the purpose of ScholarlyCommons is to raise the profile and stature of Penn Engineering by making its scholarly output available online;to highlight publications from SEAS departments, centers, laboratories, and institutes in a public repository; to use the IR as a way of assisting anyone interested in finding out more about Penn Engineering (for instance, potential new faculty and graduate students).