Tufts libraries hold many primary materials, digital and in-print. For examples:
More Resources Pages:
Path of Discovery in JumboSearch, (our book catalog and more)
e.g., Click on subjects in the record to see further results and related topics; and/or combine these subject phrases with other keywords for a more focused search:
|Title:||Exploring the invisible: art, science, and the spiritual|
|Subjects:||Art and science|
|Spirituality in art|
1. All Subjects
2. History of Art Databases
Tip: Crash the Research Party
Subject-specific databases such as Art & Architecture Source. is where art historians and scholars are having their research party, sharing with each other their scholarship. Throw art historians/artists/ their works that interest you into the database; then "listen to" the conversations about them: how scholars have studied them? If you don’t yet have specifics in mind, entering keywords of topical themes, and observe which art historians/artists/artworks are being associated with these topics, how and why?
3. Related Subject-Databases:
**For some very recent artists/artworks or less studied past figures, you might need to use newspapers/magazine; then, apply scholarship on related themes/genres in study these new or old cases.
Historical Magazines and Newspapers