Henri Rousseau | Surprised! | 1891 | The National Gallery, London | Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London

Henri Rousseau | Surprised! | 1891 | The National Gallery, London | Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London

Artstor Collections Summary 2013

Thanks to our contributors and the support of our subscribing institutions, 2013 proved to be yet another fruitful year for the Artstor Digital Library. In the past twelve months we launched approximately 112,500 new images from 22 new collections and expanded the content in 12 existing collections. Among the highlights, we now make available images from the Courtauld Gallery, the World Monuments Fund, the National Gallery, London, Condé Nast (fashion photography and New Yorker cartoons), Rijksmuseum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Romare Bearden Foundation, Lukas: Art in Flanders, the Berlin State Museums, and Denmark’s Statens Museum for Kunst. We are happy to announce that we now make available close to 1.7 million images in the United States and 1.4 million internationally.

We also reached agreements for 17 new or expanded collections last year from institutions such as the Art Gallery of Ontario, the American Museum of Natural History, the Mattress Factory, the Fashion Institute of Technology, and the Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum.

These collections are making an impact at more than 1,500 institutions in 48 countries: In 2013, our users performed approximately 9 million searches, viewed more than 10 million individual images, and downloaded more than 1.6 million images.

We look forward to continue serving your educational and research needs in 2014!

New collections released:

  1. ART on FILE
  2. Asia Art Archive
  3. Romare Bearden Foundation
  4. Condé Nast
  5. Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi of Great Britain
  6. The Courtauld Gallery
  7. Flint Institute of Arts
  8. Rebecca Hackemann
  9. Houston Community College
  10. Indianapolis Museum of Art
  11. Lukas – Art in Flanders
  12. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Exhibition Installation Photographs
  13. Mott-Warsh Collection
  14. The National Gallery, London
  15. Princeton University Art Museum
  16. Rijksmuseum
  17. Smith College Museum of Art
  18. Statens Museum for Kunst
  19. The Trout Gallery (Dickinson College)
  20. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Ackland Art Museum
  21. Cedric Van Eenoo
  22. Jingfan Wang

 

Expanded collections:

  1. Berlin State Museums (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)
  2. Cave Temples at Ellora, India (Deepanjana Danda Klein and Arno Klein)
  3. Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive)
  4. Dallas Museum of Art
  5. European Architecture and Sculpture (Sara N. James)
  6. Foundation for Landscape Studies
  7. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
  8. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  9. Museum of the City of New York
  10. The Phillips Collection
  11. Shangri La, Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art
  12. World Monuments Fund

 

New agreements signed:

  1. American Museum of Natural History
  2. Art Gallery of Ontario
  3. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art
  4. Condé Nast
  5. Contemporary Architecture, Urban Design, and Public Art (ART on FILE Collection)
  6. Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
  7. Fowler Museum (University of California, Los Angeles)
  8. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art (University of Florida)
  9. Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
  10. The Mattress Factory
  11. The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology
  12. The National Gallery, London
  13. James J. O’Donnell: Deir Mar Musa, Syria
  14. QTVR Panoramas of World Architecture (Columbia University)
  15. Ringling Theater Collection (University of Florida)
  16. Bob Schalkwijk
  17. Seattle Art Museum