More good news in digital art history publications: MetPublications

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made nearly 650 titles published from 1964 to the present available online, which “offers unparalleled in-depth access to the Museum’s renowned print and online publications, covering art, art history, archaeology, conservation, and collecting.” This will be is a huge boost for researchers, who can browse sections dedicated to the most recent, favorite, notable titles, or by themes and departments, as well as search particular titles or by keywords. Current in-print titles may be previewed and fully searched online (with links to purchase the books), while 368 of their publications are now freely available in digital form, where they may be read and searched online or downloaded as a PDF.  Many of their earlier catalogues that were extremely hard to find in print are now in complete electronic form. Explore their holdings here at MetPublications.

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