ARTSTOR Digital Library
The ARTSTOR Digital Library is a resource containing over 2 million images from the world’s museums, archives, libraries, scholars, and artists. Use ARTSTOR to find images for papers, presentations, and study across the curriculum. There's also a set of tools for sharing images, curating groups of images, downloading them directly into PowerPoint presentations, and comparing and contrasting images.
This ARTSTOR support page provides broad knowledge about the ARTSTOR Digital Library’s content and features in order to help you get the most out of the resource, including:
• finding images in ARTSTOR
• using ARTSTOR images in papers
• presenting with ARTSTOR images
• curating and sharing images in ARTSTOR
ARTSTOR also includes Grinnell College local physics and botany image collections.
The option to register is located in the “Log in to ARTSTOR” box in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Click on “Register” to create your account. You must access ARTSTOR through the library website to set up your account. However, once you register with your email address and password, you can log in to ARTSTOR from any computer.
ARTSTOR images are now also accessible through JSTOR and will appear as part of the results of a JSTOR search.
You can access ARTSTOR through Grinnell’s A-Z database list or through their website directly. For additional help on using this resource, please contact Burling Library Reference or visit a technology and research consultant in Burling Library, first floor.