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History of British Art: Home

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History of British Art

What this is

This page is intended to guide users through the resources needed to study British history of art. The tabs at the top navigate the primary and secondary sources essential to the study of British history of art.

 

Who we are

Kraig Binkowski
Chief Librarian, Reference Library and Archives


 

The Reference Library and Archives are located on the second floor of the Center, 1080 Chapel Street. We are open to students, scholars and the public and an appointment is not needed to use the collections. The Library is non-circulating and holds materials in a variety of formats supporting the study of British art and culture, with a focus on British art of the 17th century to the present and is ideally positioned to facilitate research in British history of art.


 

Hello!

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Contact:
Reference Library and Archives

1080 Chapel Street

(203) 432-2818
Website

Chief Librarian

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Kraig Binkowski
Contact:
Yale Center for British Art
1080 Chapel Street
(203) 432-2846
Website