Visual Resource Center
Strengths of the image collection include Italian Renaissance and Northern Renaissance art and architecture, Dutch Baroque art, particularly the work of Rembrandt van Rijn and his school, eighteenth century art and architecture, nineteenth-century art, American art and architecture, Russian art and Islamic art and architecture. The chief users of this essential service are the professors of culture at Georgetown University--the professors of art history in the Department of Art and Art History, the professors of archaeology in the Classics deptartment and other campus art historians. They have priority use of the slide collection. Slides are also lent to interdisciplinary Georgetown University faculty and students (with limitations on time, number of slides and on-campus use only) for in-class use. Slides are not lent for extracurricular use beyond the campus confines.
General rules and regulations are posted in the Slide Library in Walsh Room 304. For further information on availability, staff hours and special closures, and for complete rules and regulations for use of the Slide Library facilities, please contact the Slide Curator.
Bonita L. Billman, M.A.
Slide Curator, Department of Art and Art History
Instructor, School for Summer and Continuing Education