9. Photographs and Images
The following guides and resources may be helpful in finding visual materials, especially photographs and art works, of East Asia held at Harvard or elsewhere.
Not all photographs, artworks, and other images held at Harvard are included in HOLLIS or VIA. Many reference works are only in print. Please consult with staff at specific libraries for more information about visual materials. For Harvard-Yenching Library, the primary contact for photographic collections is Raymond Lum, Librarian for the Western-languages Collection; please also contact Xiao-he Ma, Librarian for the Chinese Collection. At the Fine Arts Library, Nanni Deng is the Asian Art Bibliographer. For more contemporary images, you may also wish to contact Nancy Hearst, Librarian for the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies Collection in the Fung Library.
National Palace Museum Online database 故宮線上 Full View/Short View
National Palace Museum (NPM) Online displays photo images and related description articles of art pieces in NPM collection. Currently about 12,000 images are included and can be viewed in Traditional/Simplified Chinese, English and Japanese. It contains finest antiques of painting, calligraphy, ceramics, jade, bronze, Buddhist antiques and rarities.
Finding Images of East Asia at Harvard and Beyond Full View/Short View
Photographica : Research Guide for Photography@Harvard Full View/Short View
Introductory Guide to Research in History of Art & Architecture Full View/Short View
VIA (Visual Information Access) Full View/Short View
Note: OASIS does not currently have CJK capability. All searches for East Asian terms must be entered in romanization.
A Directory of Photographs at Harvard Full View/Short View
The Hedda Morrison Photographs of China, 1933-1946 Full View/Short View
Rev. Claude L. Pickens, Jr. Collection on Muslims in China Full View/Short View
South Central China and Tibet: Hotspot of Diversity Full View/Short View
Page Last Reviewed: February 18, 2011