ASU Library subscribes to over 400 databases. On the Libraries' homepage under Articles you can search for articles, select a specific database or look up an e-Journal by title. Though there are many databases that might be useful I have selected several to get you started in your research.
ARTstor is a nonprofit digital library of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences.
CAMIO (Catalog of Art Museum Images Online) is a growing online collection documenting works of art from around the world, representing the collections of prominent museums.
Also from the Freer/Sackler is the information on the Song and Yuan Dynasty Painting and Calligraphy.
Many of the resources above were found on the ArtPromote site. It worth taking a look at.
Project 798: new art in new China (62 minutes)/ Lucius C. Kuert; San Francisco, CA: Microcinema International, 2010 Hayden Lower Level N7345.6 .P76 2010 DVD
Total modernity and the avant-garde in twentieth-century Chinese art/ Gao Min and Gao Minglu, MIT Press, 2011 (eBook)
Art and politics in China, 1949-1984/ Maria Galikowski, The Chinese University Press, 1998; N 7345 .G35x 1998 West
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RefWorks is a licensed web-based bibliography and database manager, allows users to create their own personal citation/abstract database by importing citations from online databases, the ASU catalog, or text files. Click here for more information on RefWorks.
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