ARTstor collections comprise contributions from outstanding museums, libraries, photo archives, scholars, artists and artists' estates, and photographers. Our community-built collections are growing rapidly and now exceed 150 superb collections in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences.
Highlights from our collections include Magnum Photos, the Illustrated Bartsch, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Berlin State Museums, Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Arts Archives, Scala Archives, Carnegie Arts of the United States, the Natural History Museum in London, the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, the Mellon International Dunhuang Archive, the Asian Art Photographic Distribution (AAPD) from the University of Michigan, contemporary art and architecture from ART on FILE, the Ezra Stoller Archive of Modern Architecture, and dozens more. For a complete list of our collections, see Collection Descriptions & Status.
ARTstor's collection development strategy aims to include visual materials that are useful for both teaching and research in a variety of subjects from prehistory to the present. We seek the ongoing participation of the community to broaden and deepen our coverage in western and non-western cultural heritage materials, and to expand well beyond the history of art into other areas in the humanities and social sciences. ARTstor welcomes the opportunity to grow the range of images in ARTstor through new partnerships with unique and important collections.
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Cambodian, Khmer; Palaquin Hook, 1175-1230; Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art 1982.12, Cambodia; ARTstor ID# ACSAA_MICHIGAN_1039615179
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