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This guide was created by Catherine Medeot of Manhattanville College Library and adapted for the St. Francis College Community by Alex Kustanovich.
Last Updated: Feb 23, 2016 URL: http://library.sfc.edu/artstor Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What is ARTstor?

 

ARTstor is a database that contains more than one million images of art, architecture, and photography which span various cultures and time periods.

ARTstor Help

Browse help topics and frequently asked questions to further your exploration of ARTstor

 

ARTstor screen shots

Screen shots of the ARTstor webpage are duplicated here to help you recognize the appropriate sections of the site for your use.

 

Where is ARTstor?

How do I access ARTstor? From the Library homepage, go to Databases A-Z and  choose "ARTstor."

Create an Account

Registering for an account with ARTstor enables you to save image groups, add personal notes, and download the Offline Image Viewer. The option to register is located in the "Log in to ARTstor" box in the upper right hand corner. Click on "Not Registered?" to create your account.

 

An account with ARTstor also allows you easier access from your home computer. However, your first log-in must be from a campus computer. You have 120 days from each campus log-in to directly access ARTstor at www.artstor.org and via the links provided on this site. If you are logging in for the first time from a non-campus computer, you must access ARTstor through the Library database page (please see "Where is ARTstor" above).

      
     

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    ARTstor on YouTube

    ARTstor provides instructional videos on YouTube. Learn about the "new" ARTstor and see how to register for an account, make new image groups, and download images for presentations.

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