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[Photo Archive study photographs of British art]

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Photography archive: study photographs of British art

Physical Description:
950 linear feet (ca. 132,000 photographic reproductions) : b&w ; 35 cm.
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This assembled collection of mounted black and white photographic reproductions, located within the Reference Library of the Yale Center for British Art, covers English, Scottish, Welsh, and Irish paintings, drawings and sculpture spanning the years 1500-1945 with a special focus on holdings both public and private in the United States, Canada and Australia. A searchable database containing textual descriptions and subject headings of approximately 82,000 of the images is available in the Reference Library. The collection represents the work of many artists. Those for whom the holdings are particularly strong include: William Blake, Edward Burne-Jones, John Constable, William Hogarth, Inigo Jones (drawings), Thomas Lawrence, George Morland, Henry Raeburn, Joshua Reynolds, George Romney, Thomas Rowlandson, and Joseph Mallord William Turner.
Copy prints were acquired from commercial sources as well as from major auction houses and numerous public collections.
Title devised.
Further use of this material may be subject to the copyright laws of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) or to site license or other rights management terms or conditions.
Size of photographs varies.
Arranged alphabetically by name of artist. Photographs for artists represented by one box or more further subdivided by subject depicted.
Subject Terms:
Drawing, British.
Painting, British.
Sculpture, British.
Watercolor painting, British.
Yale Center for British Art. Reference Library.