Virtual Museum Tours and Online Exhibitions:
The Museum Computer Network (MCN) has assembled their "Ultimate Guide to Virtual Museum Resources, E-learning, and Online Collections" which is an excellent portal to useful online art resources: http://mcn.edu/a-guide-to-virtual-museum-resources/
The following sites offer emergency relief funds and grants for artists during this time:
Finding art materials in the Macdonald-Kelce Library
Use this guide to help you find sources for any research paper or project having to do with the history of art, design, architecture, and aesthetics.
If you have an in-depth research question and you are in need of some assistance, please email the Art Librarian Leslie Vega, contact info on the bottom.
Don't know where to begin? If you need basic, general information on an artist or art movement, use a reference book! It is best practice to use reference sources and not Wikipedia or other online sites. See below for some examples.
Dobra Koezfa Ftera Nenella (cat's head) by Wenzel Hollar, 1649, via ARTstor, library.artstor.org/asset/ATROUTIG_10313758012