What departments will benefit from the Artstor Digital Library?
Art from leading museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Foundation, MoMA, Berlin State Museums, the National Gallery in London, and the Louvre
Fashion from Condé Nast and costumes from the Brooklyn Museum Collection
Cartoons from The New Yorker and fashion plates from La Gazette du Bon Ton
The more than two million images from 290 collections support teaching and research in nearly every topic imaginable, including Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Fashion & Costume, Literature, Religion, Theater, World History, and much more. Scores of images in a far-reaching variety of subjects include:
Interactive 360-degree QTVR panoramas of world architecture and monuments from Columbia University
Botanical and zoological illustrations from Cook's Voyages to the South Seas collection
Seminal performance art videos from the Franklin Furnace Archives
Images of Ghiberti's newly restored Renaissance masterpiece “the Gates of Paradise”
Social documentary photography from Magnum Photos and Panos Pictures
Manuscripts and early printed books from the Bodleian Library
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