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"A catalogue raisonné is not just a compendium of dry details but can in fact tell stories," writes Carina Evangelista, Editor of the Chuck Close Catalogue Raisonné, in a recent article published in Art Libraries Journal (vol. 40, no. 2).

The article, titled "The Digital Catalogue Raisonné: When Form Is Function," was part of a special issue dedicated to catalogues raisonnés, collection catalogues, and the future of artwork documentation, which can be purchased at Art Libraries Journal's website.

The article is available courtesy Art Libraries Journal, published by ARLIS/UK and Ireland.

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