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Grove Art Online and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists are available to individuals by subscription on a variety of timed periods. Select which product you would like to subscribe to:
UK public library access
Many public libraries in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland subscribe to Grove Art Online and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists. This means you can access thousands of articles, free, via your local library—anywhere, anytime.
UK public libraries offer ‘remote access’, which means, if you're a member of your local library, you can access Grove Art Online and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists, free, anytime—anywhere you have internet access. You just need to enter your library membership number (on your library card) in the box provided on the homepage. You don't need to be in the library to make use of this service.
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Not in the UK? Many public, university, and institutional libraries worldwide also subscribe to Grove Art Online and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists, so talk to your librarian to find out if you have access.
Developing Countries Initiative
As a mission-led, university press publisher, Oxford University Press (OUP) strives for maximum impact and dissemination worldwide, with fair and sustainable pricing according to prevailing market conditions. As such, OUP is committed to ensuring that non-profit research institutions in developing nations have access to critical research. OUP participates in a number of free or heavily-reduced rate developing country access initiatives, including INASP, EIFL, and Research4Life, as well as our own Developing Countries Offer. Find out more.