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Blog Topic: Collection release

July 21, 2020

New: Additional images from the New-York Historical Society

By Nancy Minty, Former Artstor Collections Editor
Discover the rich history of the New-York Historical Society through over 3,000 new images added to the Artstor Digital Library. Explore American paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, decorative arts, artifacts, and historical photographs dating back to 1804. Uncover the captivating story of New York City's oldest museum.

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April 8, 2020

New: The Oregon College of Art and Craft

The Oregon College of Art and Craft has contributed more than 200 images of richly diverse works by faculty members to Artstor. The selection, which dates from 1986 to 2011, includes ceramics, fiber arts, works on paper, paintings, sculpture, installations, photographs and video. Selected works reveal both creative and technical brilliance with results that are […]

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March 19, 2020

New: Open The Cleveland Museum of Art

Explore one of our finest museums virtually In collaboration with The Cleveland Museum of Art and their comprehensive Open Access initiative, Artstor has published an expansive selection of works from this leading repository, freely available to all and with Creative Commons licenses in Open: The Cleveland Museum of Art.  Incorporating more than 10,000 years of […]

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November 5, 2019

Robert Solomon on Joseph Stapleton and his 300 self-portraits

A unique offering from a second-generation Abstract Expressionist Art historian Robert Solomon has just contributed the Joseph Stapleton: Self-Portraits collection to Artstor. Below, he provides a perspective on the artist and his significant output of self-portrait drawings. Joseph Stapleton (1921-1994) was one of an estimated 400 artists who poured into New York City’s Tenth Street […]

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