The Davis Museum at Wellesley College (the Davis) has contributed an additional 7,600 images of its permanent collection to the Artstor Digital Library bringing their total to over 8,000.*
JSTOR users at institutions that also subscribe to Artstor may encounter a colorful surprise: some search results on JSTOR are now displaying image results from the Artstor Digital Library.
Good news! Artstor has made more than 1 million image, video, document, and audio files from public institutional collections freely available to everyone—subscribers and non-subscribers alike–at library.artstor.org. These collections are being shared by institutions who make their content available via JSTOR Forum, a tool that allows them to catalog, manage, and share digital media collections and make them discoverable to the widest possible audience.
The Tufts University Art Gallery has contributed 88 images of its permanent collection to the Artstor Digital Library.* The selection in Artstor accentuates the museum’s American holdings, predominantly paintings and works on paper from the nineteenth century through to the present.
Artstor has now released 15,000+ images in the first part of our launch focusing on college art museum collections.* This release encompasses arts, crafts, and cultural objects in many media from around the world that are curated and housed in art museums at leading universities across America.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Art Collection (UWM Art Collection) has contributed 1,800 images to the Artstor Digital Library.* The selection in Artstor includes works on paper from the Renaissance through contemporary and many corners of the globe, African art, European and Asian decorative arts, icons, and Western paintings and sculpture.
The Department of Special Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida has contributed 5,000 images from the Ringling Theatre Collection to the Artstor Digital Library.* The selection in Artstor offers comprehensive imagery from the rich resource that traces the history of stagecraft in Europe and America from Shakespearean prints through to the 20th century.
Now Available: 5,000 additional images from the Ackland Art Museum (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
The Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill has contributed an additional 5,000 images from its global permanent collection to the Artstor Digital Library, bringing their total to over 16,000.* The selection in Artstor provides generous representation of the collection across diverse curatorial departments.
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art has contributed approximately 3,600 images to the Artstor Digital Library.* The selection reflects the breadth of the collection—ancient through contemporary western art, Asian and African holdings, numismatics, and a deep trove of works on paper.
In the second installment of our North American Museums launch, Artstor has released 7,800+ new images from five additional leading institutions, bringing the total number of new images to nearly 25,000 (see our announcement about Part I here).* This release encompasses art and craft from across Europe, America, Asia, Africa, and the ancient Mediterranean.