|Collaborative agreement reached between the National Anthropological Archives (National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution) and Artstor||03/27/2004|
|Collaborative agreement reached between the W. E. B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research (Harvard University) and Artstor||05/03/2004|
|Collaborative agreement reached between the National Gallery of Art and Artstor||08/06/2004|
|Collaborative agreement reached between the Prussian Cultural Properties Foundation (Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz) and Artstor||10/27/2004|
|Collaborative agreement reached between the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America (Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University) and Artstor||11/17/2004|
|Central Park, rabbits in art, new website, Visual Literacy, and more||04/08/2015|
|Renaissance nicknames, Women's History Month, spring, and much more||03/10/2015|
|Slow art, The Last Supper, artists' books, and more||02/05/2015|
|2014 in review: Growth, improvements, and the top ten blog posts||01/16/2015|
|Mona Lisa's travels, 24K images from the National Gallery, and much more||12/16/2014|
The School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, has contributed more than 900 images to the Artstor Digital... Read More
The widely published art historian and photographer Ralph Lieberman has contributed more than 2,300 additional architectural photographs to the Artstor Digital Library, bringing our total from this collection to more than 8,000.... Read More
Architect Misun Ahn has contributed approximately 800 images of Japanese and South Korean contemporary architecture to the Artstor Digital Library.
The selection of unique... Read More
Join us for a webinar exploring the history of faked photographs.
Kodak created a prototype for the first digital camera in 1975, and over the next 40 years digital imaging became ubiquitous. While we often associate “faked” visuals with digital processes, photographs have in... Read More