Artstor has released more than 93,000* new images from four of New York’s leading cultural institutions. This eclectic release ranges across the history and built environment of New York City itself to art and artifacts from the Renaissance through the present day.


The New-York Historical Society (New-York Historical) is contributing more than 21,000 images from its museum and library collections. The selection encompasses many aspects of the combined resources of the New-York Historical, including highlights across the diverse collecting areas—American paintings, sculpture, prints and drawings, decorative arts and artifacts, and historical photographs. Read more

The Museum of the City of New York has contributed more than 71,000 images selected from the Museum’s Prints and Photographs Collection, providing a comprehensive visual record of the City’s built environment and its changing cultural, political, and social landscape from its early days to the present. Read more

The Morgan Library & Museum (The Morgan) has contributed approximately 200 images from its permanent collection. The selection provides a range of highlights from The Morgan’s European drawings collection from the Renaissance to the 20th century, featuring celebrated works from Albrecht Dürer through Francisco Goya and Paul Cézanne. Read more

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is contributing approximately 850 additional images from the permanent collections of four of its museums, bringing their total in the Artstor Digital Library to nearly 8,000. This latest contribution features a selection from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin, and the Guggenheim Bilbao, ranging from Post-Impressionists such as Seurat, through modern masters such as Braque and Kandinsky, to video art from Ann Hamilton and photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe and Cindy Sherman. Read more

*Image totals may vary from country to country, reflecting Artstor’s obligation to address variations in international copyright.