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This month: Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective, St George and the dragon, Fabergé's other treasures, patent medicines; three new agreements: Portland Museum of Art, Wangechi Mutu, and Amistad Research Center; meet the Technology team; and more!
Discovery
Exhibition: The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk | Exhibition on view: November 13, 2011-February 12, 2012 | Exhibition Location: Dallas Museum of Art; dma.org   Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound | 19th century | Cornell: Oskar Diethelm Library for the History of Psychiatry
   
Gaultier in Artstor not just for fashionistas
A Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective has been electrifying audiences from Montreal to London. Now you can see the exhibition in the Digital Library, courtesy of our friends at the Dallas Museum of Art.
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Patent medicines and advertising cards in Shared Shelf Commons
Weill Cornell Medical College has organized a fascinating exhibit of 19th-century advertising cards for questionable patent medicines and released the images to the world on Shared Shelf Commons.
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Paolo Uccello | Saint George and the Dragon | about 1470 | The National Gallery, London | Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London;   Peter Carl Fabergé; Workmaster: Henrik Wigström; Manufacturer: House of Fabergé, Russian | Oval Box with Monogram of Nicholas II | early 20th century | nephrite, gold, diamonds, enamel | The Walters Art Museum
   
Here be dragons
Saint George's Day was observed this April 23. Might the Greek myth of Andromeda have provided the template for the legend of Saint George?
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  Beyond Fabergé's Easter eggs
Discover the wide variety of objects d'art that led a jury at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris to declare that the House of Fabergé's "work reaches the limits of perfection."
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New agreements

Portland Museum of Art
Artstor and the Portland Art Museum are collaborating to share images of artworks, with a particular focus on Native American and Northwest art.
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Wangechi Mutu
Artstor and contemporary artist Wangechi Mutu are collaborating to share all the images included in the artist's two major museum surveys.
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Amistad Research Center
Artstor and the Amistad Research Center are collaborating to share nearly 300 images from the Center's art collection.
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Introducing the Artstor Technology team
It takes many hands to turn an idea for a new feature into something our users can see. A member of our Technology team walks you through the process in our latest department profile. And don't miss our behind-the-scenes video.
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Tip and Tools
New to the Digital Library? Learn how to view, print, and download images with our step-by-step video tutorial. Find this and many more instructional videos on our video channel at youtube.com/artstor.
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Meet Artstor/Shared Shelf staff
Join Artstor at the ARLIS/NA Annual Conference, where we'll be moderating two panels and hosting a user group lunch.
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Captions: a) Exhibition: The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk | Exhibition on view: November 13, 2011-February 12, 2012 | Exhibition Location: Dallas Museum of Art; dma.org; b) Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound | Lydia E. Pinkam's Vegetable Compound | 19th century | Cornell: Oskar Diethelm Library for the History of Psychiatry; c) Paolo Uccello | Saint George and the Dragon | about 1470 | The National Gallery, London | Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London; d) Peter Carl Fabergé; Workmaster: Henrik Wigström; Manufacturer: House of Fabergé, Russian | Oval Box with Monogram of Nicholas II | early 20th century | nephrite, gold, diamonds, enamel | The Walters Art Museum.