Kenneth and Nancy Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library
The collections and services offered by the Kenneth and Nancy Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library are fundamental to the learning and research activities of the Sam Fox School. Located on the lower level of the Kemper Art Museum, this library houses books, journals, and audiovisual resources on art, architecture, art history, design, and archaeology. Access to online resources allows students and faculty to retrieve information and images from any location, at any time. To learn more, visit the Art & Architecture Library website or contact:
Art & Architecture Librarian
Faculty, staff, and student groups affiliated with the Sam Fox School or the Department of Art History & Archaeology in Arts & Sciences may request exhibition space in the Art & Architecture Library. Learn more>>
Douglas B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library
The Douglas B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library, a division of Special Collections, is comprised of original art and printed material from many fields of popular American pictorial graphic culture. Focusing on 20th century illustration, the collection includes artists' working materials and sketches as well as original artwork from books, magazines, and advertising.
The MGHL is located at West Campus and is open to the public (appointments recommended), Monday through Friday, 9a-4:30p. Professor Douglas B. Dowd is the MGHL faculty director.
Washington University Libraries
The Washington University Libraries are a powerful network of academic resources featuring 12 libraries (including 10 on the Danforth Campus); vast print and electronic collections; and expert librarians whose first priority is helping students and faculty find the information they need. For a full list of WashU libraries and services, click here>>
Department of Art History & Archaeology
Students benefit from the Sam Fox School's active collaborations with the Department of Art History & Archaeology in Arts & Sciences, one of the oldest art history programs west of the Mississippi River. Learn more>>