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Architecture Resources: Books

Catalogues Raisonnès

A catalogue raisonné is a comprehensive, annotated listing of all the known works of an artist either in a particular medium or all media. They frequently provide the authoritative source for information on an artist's life, the dates of creation for their artworks, exhibition histories, and the provenance or ownership record of the artists' oeuvre. 

Often taking decades to produce, catalogues raisonnés are frequently published posthumously, and are seminal resources for in-depth research.

Examples of Print Catalogue Raisonné

Selected works

Library Catalogs & Special Collections