An online portal and publisher of “digital catalogues raisonnés.” The platform allows these important art publications for major 20th and 21st-century artists to be regularly updated, unlike print counterparts that often take many years to appear due to the effort it takes to be comprehensive. Catalog offerings are regularly being added and individual records by title will appear in the library catalog.
The SCAN (System for Comprehensive Analysis of News) search-and-analysis system provides access to the electronic resources of Russian media organizations. The system was designed by Interfax and uses hi-tech tools to search, monitor, and analyze textual information.
Digitized, full-text searchable collection of almost every piece of correspondence, official or personal, sent or received by general and president Ulysses S. Grant.
Written by Julie Mellby, Graphic Arts Librarian
To make a color lithograph, each individual color in the design must be separated and drawn onto an individual lithographic stone. Then, the stones are printed one after another onto a single sheet, with careful registration.
Written by Thomas Keenan, Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Librarian
Princeton University Library has acquired a rare near-complete run of the early Soviet illustrated weekly Krasnaia niva, published from 1923 to 1931.
Written by Jessica Terekhov, graduate student in the Department of English