Museum catalogs focus on a period or genre of art found within a particular museum.
Within these catalogs, you'll find scholarly opinions, conservation reports, provenance, and a bibliography.
Image source: Getty Center, CC BY-SA 3.0. Wikimedia Commons.
If you know which museum a particular work of art is found within, try searching for a museum catalog within WorldCat.
Your search would be something like this: "Metropolitan Museum of Art" AND catalog.
Catalogues Raisonnés list and describe all of the works by a particular artist. Sometimes they will focus on groups of artists, a particular medium used by the artist, or on a particular time period.
For each work listed in the Catalogues Raisonnés, the following is provided:
Ofttimes, but not always, the Catalogues Raisonnés will also contain:
Search for Catalogues Raisonnés within WorldCat.
Image source: Google Books. 1830. Public domain.
Corpora (corpus, singular) are Catalogues Raisonnés for a particular type of object.
There are, for example, corpora for:
Corpora are collections of images and scholarly opinion, are frequently ongoing, and oftimes consist of several volumes published over several years.
Caviness, Madeline Harrison. Stained Glass Before 1700 in American Collections: Corpus Vitrirarum Checklist. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1985-1991.
Search for corpora in WorldCat.