1.8 million digital images from museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photo archives and artists, relevant to history, archeology, education, philosophy, literature and more. Until 15/12.
ARTstor Digital Library is a non-profit initiative that is used for teaching and learning in a variety of disciplines across the world and provides access to images and metadata for non-commercial purposes. High resolution images are available with tools to search, browse, zoom, print, download and share images.
What can you do in the ARTstor Digital Library?
Browse by collection, classification, or geography
Sort search results by date, creator, or title
Narrow search results by geography, date range or classification
View images and image data
Zoom in on and pan images
Print and save images and related data to other hardware
Organize images into groups
Upload and manage personal images and sound files in Artstor
Save and share images, image details, and image groups
Batch download images
Download images to PowerPoint, KeyNote, and more.
For more information:
Guides for teaching
How Artstor is used in scholarship