The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has contributed more than 35,000 images of the artist’s work to the Artstor Digital Library.

Two extensive collections in Artstor — Warhol’s Oeuvre and the Photographic Legacy Project — provide a thorough presentation of Warhol’s works in one place, inclusive of paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, and photography spanning four decades. The Oeuvre collection offers a comprehensive view of the artist’s output, starting with the early work he created during the 1950s as an award-winning commercial artist working for clients such as Columbia Records and Tiffany & Co., through to many of his most iconic images, including Campbell Soup Cans, Marilyn Monroe, Dollar Signs, Disasters, Brillo Boxes, and Coca Cola Bottles.

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts works in accordance with Warhol’s will, which devoted the vast majority of his estate to create an organization committed to the advancement of the visual arts, and which provides grants to ensure that Warhol’s creative legacy and open-minded, inventive spirit continue to have a profound effect on artists for generations to come.