For the current pilot release of CONA, we advise that browsing the CONA hierarchies will likely provide more gratifying results than searching, since the number of records included in CONA is as yet limited. The total will grow through contributions over time; data is added and updated every two weeks. However, if you wish, you may now also search by title/name or by ID. You may use AND and OR (in upper case). Wildcard is the asterisk (*); right truncation only. You may also search for keywords in the Note field. Please contact us at email@example.com if your institution wishes to contribute to CONA. As with the AAT, TGN, and ULAN, CONA grows through contributions from the user community.
Learn about the purpose, scope, and structure of CONA. Currently in development, CONA compiles titles, attributions, depicted subjects, and other metadata about works of art, architecture, and cultural heritage, both extant and historical. Metadata is gathered and linked from museum collections, special collections, archives, libraries, scholarly research, and other sources. CONA is linked to the AAT, TGN, and ULAN. Through rich metadata and links, CONA may provide a powerful conduit for research and discovery for digital art history.
F.A.Q. about CONA
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Use of CONA
Copyright © 2017 The J. Paul Getty Trust. All rights reserved. The Getty vocabularies are made available via the Web browsers to support limited research and cataloging efforts. Companies and institutions interested in more extensive use of AAT, TGN, or ULAN are advised to explore the Linked Open Data releases. APIs are available. Relational tables and XML releases are also available, but may be discontinued in the future. All releases are available under the Open Data Commons Attribution License (ODC-By) 1.0. Releases of CONA and the IA are under development.
Updated 09 March 2017