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Using Artstor to Research Art History Topics

Renaissance man with falcon
Lazzaro Bastiani (act. c.1425). Bearded man with a falcon. 1499-1501.
The Courtauld Gallery, London, Provenance: Lee of Fareham, Arthur Hamilton (1st Viscount); bequest; 1947. Web. 13 Nov 2017
Used by permission of Artstor according to it's terms.


What is Artstor?

Artstor is a UMass Lowell subscription database that brings together more than two million high-quality images from institutions around the world for education and research in the Digital Library. It also offers the tools to organize and export image groups for teaching and learning.

UMass Lowell students, faculty and staff can access Artstor via the Library WebsiteClick on Research then click Databases, then All Databases. Scroll down the list until you see the listing for Artstor and click. 

Artstor is also involved in many community initiatives to further their mission, such as the Digital Public Library of America and the Built Works Registry. 

Advanced Artstor Functions

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Benefits of an Artstor Account

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Basics of Artstor

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