In addition to the resources below, check Miami's Library Catalog under the books and more tab. You can limit your results to ebooks on the left hand side of the screen by clicking "material type" and selecting "e-resources."
The Getty’s Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative provides access to catalogues from the Art Institute of Chicago; Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); National Gallery of Art (NGA); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA); Seattle Art Museum; Tate; Walker Art Center; and the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
The Fundación Juan March presents to the public its on-line gateway to the complete content of each of the 205 catalogues accompanying the exhibitions held at its three venues since 1973, in Madrid, Cuenca (the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español) and Palma de Mallorca (the Museu Fundación Juan March).
Founded in 2013, the Canadian Online Art Book Project is a growing digital library of books–all original works commissioned by the Art Canada Institute–by the country’s leading art experts on artists who have made a critical contribution to the evolution of the nation’s art history.
Art history resources are interspersed with other arts content in the arts section,
and include titles like American Encounters (2018), The Bright Continent: African Art History (2018), and
Guide to Byzantine Art (2021), to name a few.
CARTA is a collaborative project developed from a partnership between the Internet Archive and the New York Arts Resources Consortium (NYARC) aimed at capturing and preserving at-risk web-based art materials. The project utilizes the resources and professional expertise of a collaborative entity of arts and cultural heritage institutions to build collections of archived web-based content related to art history and contemporary art practice.
Digital Benin brings together all objects, historical photographs and rich documentation material from collections worldwide to provide a long-requested overview of the royal artifacts from Benin Kingdom looted in the late nineteenth century.