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ART 4355 Abstract Expressionism and its Legacies

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Catalogues raisonné

What is a catalogue raisonné?

A catalogue raisonné is a publication representing an artist's work, either in total or by medium, or of a certain period. This type of catalogue usually includes a high quality reproduction of each work, along with important information about the work such as its history, provenance (where it was created and the history of of its historical and/or current custody), and technical aspects (medium, materials, dimensions, etc.). Catalogues Raisonné also provide important bibliographic information on the the works, the artists, and exhibitions.

 

Finding catalogues raisonné

Click here to find catalogues raisonné in the Baylor Libraries.  Not all publications will include the term in the title, so this link will search the term as a subject heading in the librarie's catalog. These will be located in the Crouch Fine Arts Library on the third floor of Moody Library. Some of these will be in the Crouch Reference Collection and some in the circulating collection (either will be indicated in the location/call number, but you can also get assistance at the Fine Arts and Special Collections service desk on the third floor.

 

Examples from the library

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