Past Event

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Catalogue Raisonné Resources @ NYPL and IFAR

Catalogues raisonnés are critical resources for anyone pursuing art historical research. Whether you are investigating an object’s provenance, looking to find known copies or variants of a painting or sculpture, or seeking to determine whether an artwork is considered authentic, a catalogue raisonné on the artist is a necessary starting point.

This program will help you identify and locate catalogues raisonnés at the NYPL and to navigate IFAR's online Catalogue Raisonné Database.
Q&A will follow the talks.

Please Note: This program is free, but space is limited and advance registration is strongly advised. Registration is being administered by the NYPL. Click here to Register Online.

Event Speaker(s)

Sharon Flescher
Executive Director
International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR)

Lisa Duffy-Zeballos
Art Research Director, IFAR

Vincenzo Rutigliano
Supervising Librarian of the Art Division, New York Public Library (NYPL)

Janis Ekdahl
Chair, New York Chapter, Art Libraries Society (ARLIS)
(Reading remarks by Clayton Kirking, former Chief of Art Information Services, NYPL)