Collection of Prints and Drawings

How to Search

For simple search use the Keyword option which processes search in the entire text of the records. If you wish to find a specific term, insert it between quotation marks, for example ‘St Andrew’. To find terms included in the title of the print, use the Title field. In case you know the exact inventory number, enter it into the Inventory Number field (for the correct formats of our inventory numbers, see the small blue icon above). School and Period searches function with controlled terms, listed in a drop-down menu. Production People contains all names related to the print (printmaker, inventor, publisher etc.), also listed in a drop-down menu; you can browse or begin typing it in the field. Once a name is selected, search can be narrowed in a pop-up window. It is certainly possible to select several names, and their relation will be AND in your search. If you would like to search by technique, simply enter the term in the Technique field. Provenance drop-down menu contains all related collectors’ names which may be found similarly to Production People. In References you can search records by their basic references: the first line includes the abbreviation of the catalogues, the second line is to search by volumes, page numbers, and catalogue numbers etc. (for their format see the small blue icon above).

Obviously, the more fields are filled in, the narrower results are received. The relation of the given terms is always AND during the search. In order to modify your search, change the content of the relevant field(s); for a completely new search click Clear Form.



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