The da Vinci Digital Library is a digital image library, one of two image collections housed in the Visual Resource Library of the Art History program.
Housing thousands of art images, da Vinci allows for easy access to images to both the students and faculty of art history. Images may be used for class assignments, presentations, individual research and lectures.
To use the digital library, students must be enrolled in an art history course. For additional information about the da Vinci Digital Library, contact Prof. Deb Douglas.