Compiled by late Yale University Professor John Michael Montias, contains information from 1,280 inventories of goods (paintings, prints, sculpture, furniture, etc.) owned by people living in 17th century Amsterdam. Drawn from the Gemeentearchief (now known as the Stadsarchief), the actual dates of the inventories range from 1597-1681.
The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of 360,000 volumes, being the largest collection in the world focused on Renaissance studies and the history of the classical tradition. It includes a large number of unique 19th-20th century books and periodicals (especially German and Italian), as well as several thousand pre-1800 items. Thus far, the online Iconographic Database only contains materials related to Mythology and Astronomy.
Contains images of art and architecture in Vienna, German national museums, Kunsthistorischen Institut in Florence, and the Bildarchiv Foto Marburg (Center of German Documentation for the History of Art)
Contains indexed transcriptions of material from auction catalogs and archival inventories of western European works of art, and contain nearly 1,000,000 records that cover the period from the late 16th century to the early 20th century.