Art Title and Keyword Search
Do Not Use the Terms (and) or (or), Plus (+), Minus (-), Commas (,) or Quotation Marks ("word")
The search engine finds artwork matches based upon common words. The use of these terms and symbols could result with "No Matches Found".
Use Important Keywords
For example, if you are looking for: a woman seated on a park bench
You'll get the best results if you type: woman bench
Note: small words (a, an, the, and, of...) are not included in the
Using these words could result with "No matches found".
The Search Engine will Find All Possible Matches
For example, if you entered: yellow bird
The search engine will return all artwork that has both yellow colors and a bird, in addition to artwork that has a yellow bird in it.
Use Singular Keywords
For example, if you are looking for: gardens
You'll get the best results if you type: garden
Use More Keywords to Reduce the Number of Matches Found
If you enter two keywords, the search engine will only return results that match both of the keywords you entered. As you enter more keywords, the number of matches will get smaller. Begin your search with one or two keywords, and then use additional keywords if you wish to reduce the total number of matches found.