If you are looking for visual arts books in the library, you will see that the visual arts area is arranged using the Library of Congress Classification system (LCC) —a combination of numbers and letters. This page provides a basic overview of how the LCC system works. Most of the visual arts books are found under the N class and photography under the TR class
For example, here is the book Smile in the Mind found in the catalog entry with an explanation of the call number.
If you have any questions or need help, please don't hesitate to ask!
To find visual arts books in our library, the best place to start your search is under the tab ICACAT.
To find books in the visual arts section, begin by typing in your search parameters (like "Renaissance", "Monet", "Performance Art", etc.).
This search begins with Leonardo da Vinci and limiting the search by Location: Academic Library - Visual Arts:
You can also limit your search results based on subjects, if you are looking specifically for a biography, an artist, a time period, etc.