This article seeks to present a coherent corpus of materials useful to information professionals interested in the research needs of art historians. The information needs and information-seeking behaviors of art historians are addressed through a discussion of this user group’s research methodologies, the types of materials they consult, the impact of technology on their scholarship, and the discipline’s continuing development and redefinition. As a review of the literature on the topic, this article’s core incorporates the ideas expressed by a number of authors.
Library and Information Science
Beaudoin, J.E. (2005). Image and text: A review of the literature concerning the information needs and research behaviors of Art Historians. Art Documentation 24(2): 34-37.