Artstor’s images for education and research are now discoverable on JSTOR. Users at institutions that subscribe to both services can work with more than 2.5 million photographs, artworks, architectural plans, and other visuals, plus an additional 760,000 images are now freely accessible to everyone–all rights-cleared for education and research.

As the year progresses, we will be adding more tools for working and teaching with images, making your experience even better. Here are the latest updates on the integration:

October 2021

  • You can drag and drop images and documents on JSTOR Workspace to arrange them in any order
  • You can export images and documents on JSTOR Workspace as PDFs

September 2021

  • Advanced image search is introduced (with more options to follow)
  • You can download and cite images directly from the image search results page
  • You can view top-level (tombstone) metadata alongside the image when in full-screen mode

July 2021

  • You can filter image searches by classification, country, and dates
  • You can export groups of images in your Workspace folders as PowerPoint presentations
  • An indicator shows when an item is already saved to your Workspace

June 2021

  • Workspace features a gallery view option that displays thumbnails for easier organization of images
  • You can use your Artstor username and password to log in to JSTOR

May 2021

April 2021

March 2021

  • Search results improved
    • Image-only results options
    • Results include metadata for easier evaluation

February 2021

  • 2+ million Artstor images are released on the JSTOR platform
  • Artstor usage reports become available on JSTOR admin portal