Collection release: Manuscripts and Early Printed Books (Bodleian Library, University of Oxford)
The Bodleian Library of the University of Oxford and ARTstor announce the release of 25,000 high–quality images digitized from the Bodleian Library's outstanding collection of Medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts.
Additional images added to Classical Sculptures (Berlin State Museums)
ARTstor has added 120 new images to the Classical Sculptures (Berlin State Museums) collection. Now including more than 400 images, this collection focuses on the unique Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman sculptures housed at the Pergamon Museum and at Karl Friedrich Schinkel's landmark Altes Museum.
Additional images from Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Arts Archives
ARTstor has released approximately 3,500 additional images from the Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Arts Archives. These high–quality images, scanned from large–format color transparencies, focus on key European artists and collections from major European museums outside Italy.
Images of Pre–Columbian objects and sites from the Moreen O'Brien Maser Memorial Collection (Skidmore College)
Images from the Moreen O'Brien Maser Memorial Collection (Skidmore College) are now available in ARTstor. The collection includes approximately 800 images of Pre–Columbian objects and sites from the Southwest United States, Central America, South America, Europe, and Egypt.
Warburg Institute to contribute images of Renaissance and Baroque book illustrations to ARTstor
The Warburg Institute will contribute approximately 10,000 images of Renaissance and Baroque book illustrations to the ARTstor Digital Library. The images will be selected from the rare book collection housed at the Warburg Institute Library.
Collaborative agreement with University of Texas at Austin: Wang and Long Archives
ARTstor is collaborating with the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin to distribute more than 600 images of modern European and American architecture. The images will be digitized from slides housed in the School of Architecture's Visual Resources Collection and created by two of its faculty members, Wilfried Wang and Christopher Long.
Upcoming Collection: Pattern in Islamic Art (David Wade)
David Wade has partnered with ARTstor to distribute approximately 1,500 images of Islamic art in the Digital Library. These images illustrate patterns and design features found throughout the Islamic world, from the Middle East and Europe to Central and South Asia.