The Artstor Digital Library now boasts more than two million images in all subjects and periods from more than 290 collections worldwide! In 2015 we added more than 200,000 new images, as well as our first video collection of 50 groundbreaking art performances from the Franklin Furnace Archives. We also reached new agreements with museums, galleries, artists, universities, and archives to keep the Digital Library growing in scope and comprehensiveness. And we continue to add new resources and expand existing ones. Check out our full lists:

New and expanded collections released in 2015:

  1. Art Gallery of Ontario
  2. Art on File Collection: Mexico City and Rotterdam
  3. Asia Art Archive
  4. Avery/GSAPP Architectural Plans and Sections (Columbia University)
  5. Condé Nast
  6. Davison Art Center at Wesleyan University
  7. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Collection
  8. Foundation for Landscape Studies
  9. Fowler Museum
  10. Franklin Furnace Archives: videos
  11. Gernsheim Photographic Corpus of Drawings
  12. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
  13. Harvard Art Museums
  14. Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
  15. Mauritshuis
  16. The Mattress Factory
  17. Thomas McGovern
  18. Museum of the City of New York
  19. Wangechi Mutu
  20. National Gallery of Art
  21. Joseph Peller
  22. Howardena Pindell
  23. QTVR Panoramas of World Architecture (Columbia University)
  24. Rhizome
  25. Rijksmuseum
  26. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  27. Bob Schalkwijk
  28. Seattle Art Museum
  29. Smith College Museum of Art
  30. Abby Williams Hill Collection (University of Puget Sound)
  31. Donald Woodman
  32. Worcester Art Museum

New and expanded agreements reached in 2015:

  1. Pacita Abad Art Estate
  2. Albright-Knox Art Gallery
  3. The Bard Graduate Center
  4. Cincinnati Art Museum
  5. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  6. Colby College Museum of Art
  7. Richard S. Ellis, Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology (Bryn Mawr College)
  8. Glenstone
  9. William Randolph Hearst Archive (Long Island University)
  10. Hofstra University Museum
  11. The International Museum of Children’s Art
  12. Ada Karmi-Melamede Architects
  13. The Menil Collection
  14. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  15. The Morgan Library & Museum
  16. New-York Historical Society
  17. Joseph Peller
  18. The Philadelphia Museum of Art
  19. Howardena Pindell
  20. RISD Museum
  21. Reynolda House of American Art (Wake Forest University)
  22. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  23. Tufts University Art Gallery
  24. UBC Museum of Anthropology and UBC Library
  25. University of Texas at Austin’s School of Architecture
  26. University of Puget Sound
  27. Williams College Museum of Art

New resources added in 2015:

We’ve expanded our series of curriculum guides – collections of images based on syllabi for college courses curated by faculty members and experts around the country – with four new guides on English Literature:

  1. British Romantic Poetry by Hugh Roberts, Associate Professor of English at the University of California, Irvine
  2. Gender in Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Literature by Jennifer L. Airey, Associate Professor of English at the University of Tulsa
  3. Gothic Literature, also by Jennifer L. Airey
  4. The Coffeehouse: English Literature and the Culture of the Public Sphere, 1660-1740 by Misty G. Anderson, Professor of English at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

We look forward to another year of growth. Thank you for being a part of it.