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Attributed to Douris, Attic White-Ground Lekythos, ca. 490 BCE, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. (Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program)
Artstor Digital Library contains more than 2 million images covering the arts, architecture, the humanities, and the social sciences. Many of Artstor's images are now available in
JSTOR as well. At the University of Delaware, Artstor also includes the following collections:
JSTOR Forum allows the University of Delaware to integrate its own local content into Artstor. Our Institutional Collection,
UD Art History: Visual Resources Center, contains more than 100,000 images that are available only to UD users in Artstor.
Images of objects in the collections of the University of Delaware Library, Museums, and Press are available to UD users in Artstor. Many of the Library's images are also available to anyone worldwide through Artstor's open-access
Archivision is a digital library of more than 40,000 images of architecture, parks, gardens, and works of public art. The Archivision Library is available to UD users in Artstor.
All current University of Delaware faculty, staff, and students have access to the digital collections in Artstor. After
registering for an account, you can log in either
directly on the Artstor website or
through the UD Library website. You have to
renew your remote access at least once every 120 days by logging in to your Artstor account either from a computer on campus or through the UD Library website.
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All images from the Visual Resources Center are intended solely for teaching and research purposes at the University of Delaware, and may not be reproduced or published in any form. For more information on copyright and the use of images from the Visual Resources Center, see our