1. Search by using Type: portrait, Title: Medici
2. Search by using Time-line: 1451-1500, Text: Ferrara
3. Search by using Time-line: 1501-1550, School: Italian, Type:
portrait, Text: Budapest
You can use the following Boolean search operators in the Title and Text strings to make your search more effective:
AND Both of the search expressions must be true. This is the default operation if you do not specify anything else: viola da gamba is equivalent to viola AND da AND gamba .
OR Find the pictures where either term appears. The expression tree OR flower will match any picture where the text includes the word tree or flower.
NOT The given expression should not appear in the text. The expression Mary NOT Magdalen will match any picture where the word Mary appears but Magdalen not.
" " (quotes) Use it to search for exact phrases. By default the words you search for can appear in the text anywhere and in any order. If you enclose the words in quotation marks, then they have to appear next to each other, in the given order. Furthermore, the default operation is to search for substrings: the search word can appear in the middle of a word. For example, if you search for the word cello, it will find the pictures where the words cello, cellos, violoncello, Marcello, etc. appears. If you search for an exact phrase, then the word must appear exactly as you have given (in the above example only cello would have been found.)
( ) (parentheses) You can build complex search expressions using AND, OR, NOT. For example: ("St George" OR "Saint George") AND NOT ("St Catherine" OR "Saint Catherine")
The words AND, OR, NOT must be written uppercase to work correctly!