general art history (CF); literary sources (C-H); art interpretation and aesthetics (CI, CA); topography (CP); iconography (CO); survival of ancient art (CK); early Christian and Byzantine art (CC); illuminated manuscripts (CH); regional art history: Italian (CN), Spanish (CL), French (CB), Flemish and Dutch (CD, CFM), British (CM), German (CE); applied arts (CG); art collecting (CGI)
primitive and prehistoric art (KD); oriental art [including Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, and Islam] (KG); classical archaeology (KF); classical topography (KP); classical iconography (KO); numismatics (KFF); Greek art (KK); Roman art (KN); migration period (KEF).
19th and 20th century; art sale and auction catalogues.
When locating items in the library, check the subject plans and pressmark location sheets for specific bay numbers on each floor.
For more detailed classmark locations, go to the pages for Ancient Art & Archaeology, Art History and Modern Art.