ARTstor does! Three of Lewis & Clark’s image collections are now hosted through ARTstor, alongside the 1.4 million images in the growing ARTstor digital library.
Access and explore our institutional collections from the ARTstor homepage. These three major collections will continue to grow and expand, and we are excited to be able to integrate them more fully with ARTstor: Images for Teaching at Lewis & Clark, Buddhist Art & Architecture, and Religious Studies Images, a collection in its own right, thanks to a generous donation from Professor Emeritus Dick Rohrbaugh
When you do any search within ARTstor, our collections will now appear right alongside the 1.4 million and counting images in the growing ARTstor digital library. Download images for your posters and presentations, or build your collection of images within the ARTstor interface.
If you have any questions about our image collections or using images within these ArtStor collections, contact our Visual Resources Coordinator, Stephanie Beene (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Image: Self-Portrait by Francis Bacon, 1971 (Images for Teaching Collection in ARTstor)