Two journals in JSTOR are particularly relevant to the study of Renaissance artists. Remember to revalidate your JSTOR account while you’re on-campus (see related PDF in the library’s share folder) so that you can access the full text of the articles from home.
Once you open an article, switch to view page thumbnails so you can quickly navigate to the pages that contain images that interest you.
- Renaissance Quarterly (1967-2008) – from the Renaissance Society of America
- Master Drawings (1963-2006) – from the Master Drawings Association
If you’re a modern-day Leonardo, you may also be intrigued by MIT’s journal Leonardo (1968-2006), dedicated to explorations of art, science, and technology.