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Provenance Research @ Pitt: Overview

A research guide to assist students doing provenance research at Pitt.

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  • Browse in the reading room
  • Browse the New Books shelf to your left as you enter the library
  • Request books from the catalog at the front desk. 

Librarians you can contact by email or stop by to speak with: 

Kate Joranson: k.joranson@pitt.edu

Kiana Jones: krg51@pitt.edu

University Art Gallery

The University Art Gallery (UAG) is located in the Frick Fine Arts Building and contains more than 3,000 objects from around the world.

Provenance Research @ Pitt

This guide was created to assist students doing provenance research at Pitt. 

Access to Provenance Information - Thoughts From The Field

"Provenance research has always been plagued by difficult access to information, but we may be at a turning point. More institutions are digitizing their archival records and making them available online. More provenance researchers are sharing their once closely held knowledge. More information is being made accessible about artworks looted in the Nazi era, enabling more artworks to be identified and restituted."

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Fine Arts Librarian

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Kiana Jones
Contact:
149 Frick Fine Arts Building
650 Schenley Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
412-648-2410
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