Benefit of using Resource Library's home page advanced search method
When you seek information within Resource Library, in almost all cases you will obtain much higher quality search results by using Resource Library's advanced search method searching solely within the domain tfaoi.com or domain tfaoi.org. Following are two examples as of December 2013.
For the above searches Traditional Fine Arts Organization, Inc (TFAO) chose the advanced search option provided by Google.
Also see How to research topics not listed in the Topics in American Art catalog and Reviewing existing listings in the America's Distinguished Artists catalog.
Because of Resource Library's policies on errors and omissions and submitting materials, scholars, teachers, students, collectors and others seek the high quality of Resource Library's published texts from acclaimed authors and institutional sources. Resource Library also strives to publish materials from other sources that are of superior quality.
Please read carefully Resource Library's User Agreement. Resource Library makes every reasonable attempt to publish information as accurately as possible, yet unintentional errors and changes may occur. Please use care in judging the quality of information contained in all Web sites. For more information on evaluating web pages see TFAO's General Resources section in Online Resources for Collectors and Students of Art History.
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