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A publication without precedent, this lavishly produced, oversized collector's edition showcases an exceptional collection of vibrant natural history painting and illustration dating from 1600 to 1900, preserved at the National Natural History Museum of France. A veritable treasure trove of over 300 years of scientific inquiry, yet it is also an unparalleled collection of some of the most beautiful depictions ever produced of the world's flora and fauna.
What is a journal?
Journals are ongoing publications also known as serials, periodicals or magazines.
Journals allow researchers and scholars to report findings and ideas. Theories and ideas circulating in contemporary visual culture will be discussed in journal articles.
Some journals are peer-reviewed or 'refereed'. Articles in these journals have been evaluated by specialists or experts within academia and / or industry.
Many journals are in electronic format but some are still in print. Browse the shelves on Level 4, Caulfield Library.
Art & architecture sourceBased on a merger of databases from EBSCO Publishing and H.W. Wilson, and including many unique sources that were never previously available, this database covers a broad range of related subjects, from fine, decorative and commercial art, to various areas of architecture and architectural design. This database features full-text articles as well as detailed indexing and abstracts for an array of journals, books, podcasts and more. Incorporates Art and Architecture Complete, Art Full Text and Art Index Retrospective.
JSTOR : the scholarly journal archive.Intended as a comprehensive archive of important scholarly journal literature, built by over 1,700 worldwide participants, including major Australian universities. Coverage includes: the arts, sciences, business, ecology and botany, language and literature, and music, extending from 17th century in some cases.