Master Artists

Note-taking Document

Go to this link. Go to “File,” drop down to “Make a Copy,” rename it with your name in title and “Save.”  Example: Susan Jane Walp


Use the OPAC to find a book about your artist.  Select “subject” and type your artist’s name into the search box.

Reference Room

Special Encyclopedias

Art : A World History R/709/A784

Art History, by Marilyn Stokstad  R/709/S874

Arts and Ideas,  by William Fleming. R/709/F598

History of Art for Young People, by H. W. Janson and Anthony F. Janson  R/709/J35

Impressionism and Postimpressionism : Artists, Writers, and Composers R/700/H191

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Art R/703/M147

New International Illustrated Encyclopedia of Art R/703/E56

The Renaissance : Artists and Writers R/700/H191

General Encyclopedia

Britannica School 

World Book Online

Subscription Databases

Sirs Discoverer

Do a subject search for your artist.

Gale – Student Resources in Context



Under the “School Help” tab, select “Discovery Streaming” for videos on your artist.