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Follow an Artist (Womack): Artstor

How to Search Artstor

The Artstor Digital Library features an unparalleled range of images from some of the world’s leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists in one easily-navigated repository. 

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Artstor

How Do I Get Started?

To access this resource from home, you must register for an account while on the MBA campus,

then log in at home with account registration credentials

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Find What You're Looking For

  • Keyword Search: Simply enter your keyword(s) in the search box and click Go.
  • Advanced Search: You can create your query by refining your search by keyword, date or date range, geography, classification, and/or collection.
  • Faceted Search: When you run a keyword search, options will appear along with your search results page. You can filter your results by one of 16 Artstor classifications, geographical area or country, and date range.
  • Browse: Browsing allows you to navigate through Artstor's categories to find images of interest. Users can browse by Collection, Classification, and Geography.

Go Further With Tools

  • View: Enlarge, pan, and rotate.
  • Organize: Create image groups and share them with others. Export to PowerPoint and Offline Image Viewer.
  • Print: You can print an image, its descriptive data, and a brief copyright statement. You can also print a detail by zooming and panning within the image.
  • Download: You can download images and image details when logged into your Artstor user account, as well as groups of up to 150 images as zipped files or PowerPoint presentations.
  • Share: Generate URLs for individual images or image groups to share with others. 
  • Mobile: Search, browse, and view previously created image groups on iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Android-powered devices.