The SACI Worthington Library is found in the main Palazzo dei Cartelloni facility. You can consult the library catalogue by clicking on the CATALOGUE SEARCH icon below. There are 25 search results per page, so be sure to click on the additional page tabs at the top of the window. A red "x" next to the title means that the book is currently on loan. A green check indicates that the book is available. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the librarian by email.
Monday - Thursday: 9 am to 9 pm
Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 1 pm to 7 pm
(closed on Saturdays and Sundays during the Late Spring and Summer terms)
About the SACI Worthington Libray
Thanks to generous annual grants, starting in 1998, from the M.S. Worthington Foundation, Inc. (formerly the Worthington Family Foundation), the library has been able to expand and evolve into one of SACI’s primary academic resources. The sustained support of the M.S. Worthington Foundation and contributions from numerous other donors over the years have enabled SACI to build a library collection of more than 12,500 books; over 32,000 images of key artworks, which range from classical to contemporary art; and 50 subscriptions to major art periodicals, making SACI’s one of the largest collections of English-language art magazines and journals in Florence. SACI also subscribes to JSTOR’s database of scholarly journals, ARTstor’s collection of over one million digital art images, and the on-line Questia library of over 60,000 volumes and 1,000,000 journals, newspapers, and magazines.
Periodical and Newspaper Subscriptions
Art in America
The Art Newspaper
B&W Black and White
The Burlington MagazineCasabella
Flash Art International
Flash Art Italia
The International Herald Tribune
Journal of the American Institute for Conservation
Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes
The Oxford Art Journal
Pottery Making Illustrated
RA Royal Academy Magazine
Sight & Sound
Studies in Conservation
Please note: In adherence with the Italian law governing Intellectual Property Rights, students and faculty may photocopy, for personal use, only 15% of a book or periodical.