Credo Reference will includes high resolution images of the paintings found in the National Gallery, London. Students and library patrons will now be able to find the beautiful images of these national treasures whenever they search Credo Reference . In addition to the images, Credo will include the National Gallery Companion Guide, If the Paintings Could Talk… and the National Gallery Visitor’s Guide to complement the images and provide descriptive information about the artists and their works. Credo has also licensed two Pocket Guides to enable researchers to further understand artistic themes: Myths & Legends and Narrative.
The National Gallery images will be featured in all relevant searches in Credo. Users will be able to follow their research into Credo’s other valuable reference content or visit the National Gallery website which feature a wealth of resources, from a virtual tour to explanation of artistic movements and a full glossary.
About The National Gallery, London
The National Gallery, London houses the national collection of Western European painting from the 13th to the 19th centuries. The Collection is on show 361 days a year, free of charge. The Gallery aims to study and care for the Collection, while encouraging the widest possible access to the pictures. It provides lectures, courses and workshops as well as research into the paintings and their preservation. For further information visit: www.nationalgallery.org.uk.