Currently I am required to take one "General Education" course which also happens to be something related to "Art". Sadly, the course is more about quantity of stuff, not about quality, i.e., we learn zero about methods.
What we also didn't learn is how to source and find digital equivalents or photographs of artworks. Now I am required to hand in a "slide library" of pictures and drawings (not my own, but those discussed in class - as well as stuff I collected from the www).
Even though it is not required, I don't want to totally let my academic standards down, but try to actually learn something. Thus I would like to know:
From where and "how" might a library obtain digital equivalents of existing paintings sourced on the www?
Before the discussion explodes again about the question "cite" vs. everything else: I only look for sources, not how to cite, I know how to. I would welcome suggestions about art journals (if something like this exists) or similar "authorities" in the field. (Because we also didn't learn anything about this...)