Benezit Dictionary of Artists was first published in 1911 and is one of the most comprehensive resource of artists’ biographies available. Benezit include entries on obscure artists, historic auction records, and over 11,000 images of artists’ signatures, monograms, and stamps of sale. Benezit is continually updated, with a special focus on contemporary artists with current or recent exhibitions. Updates aslo reflect new scholarship, with new articles and images, revised articles, additions to bibliographies, and corrections. Lund University also subscribes to Oxford Art Online and Grove Dictionary of Art which means that you can cross-search these resources simultaneously.
Our subscription also includes these art reference works on the Oxford Reference platform: the Encyclopedia of Aesthetics (2nd edition), The Oxford Companion to Western Art, and The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms.
|Name||Benezit Dictionary of Artists|
|Publisher/Provider||Oxford University Press|
|Subjects included||See General information|
|Type of resource||Dictionary|
|Accessibility||Via IP address|
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|Number of concurrent users||Multiple concurrent access (multiple people reading at the same time)|
|Must be borrowed||No|
|Number of days for download||- -|
|Download and read offline|
|Download to a portable device|
|Printing||You may print a single copy of an individual entry, article or other single item for personal use for scholarly purposes, research and educational use.|
|Text to speech||No|
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