Up Next for OA Week is the National Gallery of Canada Review!

October 26, 2016

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Today, we are shining the spotlight on another fully open access journal in our collection, the National Gallery of Canada Review (NGCR)!

Originally published in print from 2000 to 2008, the NGCR is a vibrant online, open access resource that features the investigations and scholarly engagements of prominent curators and art historians with the Gallery’s world class collections. The content featured in the NGCR is rich and varied, and is designed to include the work of a wide breadth of contributors with many areas of expertise.

The NGCR is a fairly recent addition to our collection, having just been re-launched as an online-only, open access publication in the spring of this year. In the first online issue of NGCR, you can find great articles by NGC researchers covering a diverse range of topics, including the paintings of Peter Paul Rubens, the silversmithing of Laurent Amiot, the photo-based work of Michael Snow, and the archived papers of Fritz Brandtner. Follow the links below to access the articles featured in the 2016 issue:

The issue also features high quality images of the works discussed.

You can access the NGCR online here!

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International Open Access Week 2016 takes place from October 24 –30. For more information, please visit http://www.openaccessweek.org/

Happy Reading!

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