Artists

All Famous Artists - http://www.allfamousartists.com/
This page has biographies of famous artists.

LibrarySpot-Artists - http://www.libraryspot.com/biographies/artists.htm
Many resources on art are available on this page.

National Gallery of Art - http://www.nga.gov/search/index.shtm
Search this site for information about the artist, and pictures of their work. Type the last name of the artist and click search.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art- http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/artists.asp
Information about Gilbert Stuart and Mary Cassatt.

Web Museum of Paris - http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/
Search by artists last name to find information. Includes most authors.

Works of Art - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - http://www.metmuseum.org/Works_of_Art/index.asp
Search the Met for various works of art. Type in the name of your artist, click "GO", and locate pictures of your artists works.

American Center for Artists - http://www.americanartists.org/Artist_Registry/famous_artists_frameq.htm
Search the alphabetical list by last name to find information about your artist.

AskArt - http://www.askart.com/AskART/index.aspx?aspxerrorpath=/AskART/Redirect.aspx
Type in the last name of the author to find pictures of their work.

Harcourt's Art Everywhere -http://www.hbschool.com/menus/art_everywhere/index.html
Check out the multimedia biographies to find out about artists' lives.

EBSCO-http://search.ebscohost.com/Community.aspx?user=chariho&password=mediacenter&authtype=uid&ugt=723731963C9635773736356632053E5224E360D36213689366E326E336133503&return=y&IsMobile=NSearch this database to find information on your artist.

Picasso's "The Tragedy" : Metamorphosis of a Painting - http://www.nga.gov/feature/picasso/index.htm
An exploration, by the National Gallery of Art, of Pablo Picasso's blue period masterwork "The Tragedy." On close examination, the painting hints at earlier works over which "The Tragedy" was painted. Using tools of the curatorial trade, such as infrared reflectography, the National Gallery exposes what lies beneath the visible painting of the forlorn family seen in "The Tragedy." The site includes an animation and a video that reveal parts of four other works of art previously composed by Picasso before the final painting was made. This is a wonderful examination of the artist's creative journey from initial sketching to a fully realized work.