Getty Research Institute relaunched the Getty Research Portal

The free research tool celebrates its fourth anniversary with new search and share features, responsive design, and access to more than 100,000 art history volumes.
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The Getty Research Institute (GRI) launched an updated version of its research tool, the Getty Research Portal ™.  A virtual library of art history texts, the newly redesigned Getty Research Portal now offers more than 100,000 volumes available from more than 20 international partners.
Launched in 2012, and created in partnership with some of the world’s leading art libraries, the Getty Research Portal is a free online search gateway that aggregates the metadata of art history and cultural texts, with links to fully digitized copies that are free to download. There are no special requirements in order to use this resource and it is completely open to anyone with internet access.

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