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In this issue: Shared Shelf 1.0 released; the rise and fall of Marie Antoinette; a forgotten artist gets the spotlight; another collaboration with DPLA; new agreements with RMN, Mauritshuis, and Barbara Anello; search tips; meet us in Lyon—or come work with us!
Shared Shelf releases V. 1.0 with in-demand new features
The most recent iteration of Artstor's digital media management software includes the release of three important new features: work record functionality, media batch-replace capability, and the addition of media URLs in Excel exports.
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Byron Company | Ships, Cunard Line, S.S. 'Umbria', ca. 1897 | Museum of the City of New York
Discovery
Anonymous French printmaker | Coiffure of Independence or The Triumph of Liberty | c. 1778 | Musée national de la coopération franco-américaine | Photographer: Gérard Blot. Image and original data provided by Réunion des Musées Nationaux / Art Resource, N.Y. artres.com

Après la Bastille: the changing fortunes of Marie Antoinette
Follow Marie Antoinette's changing public perception through her portraits, from her dizzying rise and her precipitous fall to today's more nuanced perception.
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Albert Winslow Barker, Girl with basket, 1910 or 1916. Bryn Mawr College: Albert Winslow Barker Collection

Rediscovering a neglected artist
Bryn Mawr College's Albert Winslow Barker Collection in Shared Shelf Commons brings back to light the work of an unfairly neglected American lithographer of the 1930s and uncovers his little-known photographs.
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Initiatives
More Shared Shelf Commons collections released in DPLA
As part of an ongoing initiative, Artstor has collaborated with six institutions to make available nearly 35,000 additional high-quality images in the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA).
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New agreements

Réunion des Musées Nationaux
Through a collaboration with the Réunion des Musées Nationaux (RMN) and Art Resource, Artstor will share nearly 7,000 additional images of works in the permanent collections of French national and regional museums in the Digital Library.
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Mauritshuis
Artstor and Mauritshuis are collaborating to make available 1,200 images of works and their versos from the museum's permanent collection.
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Barbara Anello
Artstor is collaborating with Barbara Anello to share approximately 190 images of graffiti in New York City and 130 of the architecture, arts, and culture of Ladakh, India in the Digital Library.
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Organization

Find what you're looking for
Ah, the problems of having 1.8 million images to choose from: your keyword search might get you too many results! Not to worry, there's an easy way to find what you're looking for.
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Meet Artstor staff
Artstor will be at the IFLA Conference in Lyon, France, August 16-22.
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Work with us
Join our team! We are seeking a Director of Content Strategy to develop strategies for facilitating the flow of images and data into the Artstor Digital Library and beyond.
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Captions: a) Byron Company | Ships, Cunard Line, S.S. "Umbria", ca. 1897 | Museum of the City of New York; b) Anonymous French printmaker | Coiffure of Independence or The Triumph of Liberty | c. 1778 | Musée national de la coopération franco-américaine | Photographer: Gérard Blot. Image and original data provided by Réunion des Musées Nationaux / Art Resource, N.Y. artres.com; c) Albert Winslow Barker, Girl with basket, 1910 or 1916. Bryn Mawr College: Albert Winslow Barker Collection.