If you are searching for articles on a narrow topic or you know what journal your article is published in, you can search databases individually. Here is a list of art-related databases, plus some support content for finding what you need.
Library Databases for Art, Architecture, Photography
Over 1.8 million images in art, architecture, humanities, and social sciences. Includes tools to view, present, and manage images -- any UML user can create an account and save collections. Instructors can create collections to share in a class or on campus, and can add their own images to their collections.
A key research collection of full text articles and books covering architecture, art and art history, film, interior and landscape design, and much more. Articles are from either specialty art and architecture magazines, or academic journals and books.
A key collection of a curated high-quality selection of academic journals, with a deep historical backfile. Most journals include a full run, dating from the first issue, with some reaching back decades or even over 100 years. Most journals also do not include the most recent 1-5 years. Covers topics across the disciplines, from arts and humanities to social sciences, sciences, and engineering.
Searchable Open Access database of some of the western illuminated manuscripts in the British Library, which holds one of the richest collections of medieval and renaissance manuscripts in the world. Provides images of many of the most well-known early manuscripts, plus descriptions of the history and provenance of those manuscripts.