Grove Art Ephemera
Grove Art celebrates 20 years!
View a timeline of Grove Art's history since its first print edition published in 1996.
News and Videos
Hear more about Grove Art, as told by its Editor in Chief, authors, and users:
Learn about how to use Grove Art as a teaching tool in classrooms:
Hear more about the experiences of Grove’s Editorial Board members Nicola Courtright and Paul Jaskot, both past presidents of the College Art Association:
Grove Art and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists have both recently been updated with new and significantly revised articles on topics in African art. We invite you to explore an interactive map featuring select articles from this region, including Dak’Art, Nollywood, and Sammy Baloji.
Van Gogh's Legacy
Explore the life and work of the legendary artist with our new interactive site, Van Gogh: 125 Years of Inspiration and Mystery, featuring content from Oxford Art Online.
Grove Art has partnered with Art UK, the online home for art in UK public collections which features over 200,000 oil paintings. UK public library card holders can gain free access to Oxford Art Online and other Oxford sites via Art UK, linking directly from artist pages to full biographies in Grove.
Collaboration between Grove Art and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC yielded the creation of the Italian Renaissance Learning Resources website. This open-access resource features eight units, each of which explores a different theme in Italian Renaissance art and is complemented by lavish illustrations and resources for educators. This project was made possible through the generous support of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation and developed by Sandbox Studios.