In this second installment of our college art museum collection launch (see our post about the first installment here), the Artstor Digital Library has released 14,000+ images from four additional institutions. Between the two launches, there are now more than 29,000 new images available to Artstor participants.* Highlights from this release include American and European paintings and works on paper, and historical objects from around the world.

Tufts University Art Gallery
The Tufts University Art Gallery has contributed 88 images of its permanent collection that highlight their American holdings. The pieces are predominantly paintings and works on paper, but the release also includes sculpture and photography from the nineteenth century through to the present. Read more

The Davis Museum at Wellesley College
The Davis Museum at Wellesley College (the Davis) has contributed an additional 7,600 images of its permanent collection, bringing their total to over 8,000, nearing complete representation of their holdings. It includes selections from every curatorial area, especially European paintings, American art, photography, and historical objects through the ages. Read more

The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University
The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (DAC) has contributed 4,300 additional images of works on paper from their permanent collection, bringing their total to more than 6,300. The selection includes many highlights, with an emphasis on Western prints from the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries. Subjects include fashion, animals, and surreal fantasies. Read more

Williams College Museum of Art
The Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) has contributed 2,600 additional images of its permanent collection, for more than 2,750 in the Digital Library overall. The selection represents the WCMA’s holdings across Western, African, Eastern, and ancient collections that stimulate cross-cultural and cross-century study. Read more

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