Museum websites = the one kind of website I can recommend without hesitation for research in art topics.
They often provide rich online access to images from their collections. Remember to cite appropriately any images you use in a presentation or paper.
We will also sometimes have books from major museum exhibits over the years.
If you are confused about whether you can use an image legally, consult The Public Domain, by Stephen Fishman.
|PATS: Acronym for Evaluation indicators|
|Purpose||Is the intent to INFORM or PERSUADE?|
|Authority||Scholar? Journalist? Experienced in the topic? Whatever it is, what does it mean in the context of history? Of a country? Of a time period?|
|Timeliness||Depends on your topic whether currency is important|
|Scope||Do you want something that covers the topic broadly, specifically, or in-depth? (e.g., respectively, encyclopedias, news or scholarly articles, and books)|