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Kaufmann House by architect Richard Neutra Palm Springs, CA, 1947. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10)

Kaufmann House by architect Richard Neutra Palm Springs, CA, 1947. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10)

by Laura Schroffel, Library Assistant in Special Collections Cataloging at the Getty Research Institute

Co-published with The Iris, the online magazine of the Getty.

The Getty Research Institute recently collaborated with the Artstor Digital Library to digitize and share approximately 6,500 images from the Julius Shulman photography archive, series II and III. The work of American architectural photographer Julius Shulman (1910– 2009) comprises the most comprehensive visual chronology of modern architecture in the Americas, with a detailed focus on the development of the Los Angeles region. Spanning 70 years, it is a critical visual record of the metropolis’s evolution. The images are available now both on the Artstor Digital Library and in the Getty Research Institute’s digital collections.

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Salvador Dalí | Cybernetic Lobster Telephone from Imaginations and Objects of the Future | 1976 | Image © Dallas Museum of Art | © Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, VEGAP, 2006

Salvador Dalí | Cybernetic Lobster Telephone from Imaginations and Objects of the Future | 1976 | Image © Dallas Museum of Art | © Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, VEGAP, 2006

The Dallas Museum of Art has collaborated with ARTstor to make 2,751 additional images available in the Digital Library and in the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program. The release includes images of works by artists such as Thomas Hart Benton, Pierre Bonnard, Charles T. Bowling, Salvador Dalí, Eugène Delacroix, Albrecht Dürer, William Hogarth, Wassily Kandinsky, Rockwell Kent, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Richard Lindner, Reginald Marsh, Henri Matisse, Robert Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Rauschenberg, Rembrandt, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Robert Smithson, and more. This brings the current total of available images from the Museum’s collection to approximately 4,200 images. (more…)

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Author: Zayn al-Din Isma'il ibn Hasan al-Jurjani | Compendium of Medicine | 22 Rabi' II 889 AH/AD 1484 | The Walters Art Museum

Author: Zayn al-Din Isma’il ibn Hasan al-Jurjani | Compendium of Medicine | 22 Rabi’ II 889 AH/AD 1484 | The Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum has made 1,576 of a projected 4,000 images of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and decorative arts available in the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program.

The IAP program is intended to offload the costs of museums delivering high-resolution image files to scholars for academic publications, and to foster scholarly publication in the history of art by providing these high-quality TIFF image files free-of-charge to both ARTstor subscribers and non-subscribers alike. (more…)

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Jeremiah Dummer | Two-Handled Bowl | 17th century | Yale University Art Gallery, American Decorative Arts; artgallery.yale.edu | Image © Yale University Art Gallery

Jeremiah Dummer | Two-Handled Bowl | 17th century | Yale University Art Gallery, American Decorative Arts; artgallery.yale.edu | Image © Yale University Art Gallery

The Yale University Art Gallery has collaborated with ARTstor to make approximately 600 images available in the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program. The release features images from the collection in the Digital Library of art spanning from 5300-4800 BC to the 20th century, including works by such artists as George Bellows, François Boucher, Frederic Edwin Church, Gustave Courbet, John Singleton Copley, Edgar Degas, Thomas Eakins, Frans Hals, Hans Holbein, Winslow Homer, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Frederick Remington, Georges Seurat, and Tiepolo.

The IAP program is intended to offload the costs of museums delivering high-resolution image files to scholars for academic publications, and to foster scholarly publication in the history of art by providing these high-quality TIFF image files free-of-charge to both ARTstor subscribers and non-subscribers alike. For more information, visit artstor.org/iap. (more…)

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John Singer Sargent | Two Girls on a Lawn, ca. 1889 | Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has collaborated with ARTstor to make more than 1,000 additional images available in the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program. The release includes images of works by artists such as Degas, Delacroix, Gauguin, Goya, Ingres, John Singer Sargent, Seurat, and Tiepolo, as well as functional and decorative objects from regions including China, Egypt, Greece, the Netherlands, Spain, and more. This brings the current total of available images from the Museum’s collection to approximately 7,800 images. The Metropolitan Museum also contributes nearly 6,000 of American and European costumes and accessories formerly in the Brooklyn Museum to the IAP program. (more…)

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Flemish | Unidentified Old Testament scene with man kneeling before king Moredcai before King Ahasuerus, ca. 1580-1600 | Research Library at the Getty Research Institute

The Getty Research Institute has collaborated with ARTstor to make nearly 5,000 images of tapestries from its Photo Study Collection available in the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program. The Tapestries Collection at the Getty Research Institute constitutes one of the few comprehensive visual resources for the study of medieval and early modern European tapestries from the late 15th through the late 18th centuries, making this release a welcome resource for scholars and researchers.

The IAP program is intended to offload the costs of museums delivering high-resolution image files to scholars for academic publications, and to foster scholarly publication in the history of art by providing these high-quality TIFF image files free-of-charge to both ARTstor subscribers and non-subscribers alike. For more information, visit artstor.org/iap.

The Getty Research Institute is one of ARTstor’s nine current IAP contributors: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Princeton University Art Museum, Northwestern University Library, and University of California, Irvine, Bryn Mawr College, and the Walters Art Museum.

For more detailed information about this collection, visit Study Photographs of Tapestries in the Getty Research Library Photo Study Collection page.

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The Walters Art Museum is making its nearly 4,000 images of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and decorative arts available in the Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program.

The IAP program is intended to offload the costs of museums delivering high-resolution image files to scholars for academic publications, and to foster scholarly publication in the history of art by providing these high-quality TIFF image files free-of-charge to both ARTstor subscribers and non-subscribers alike.

With this agreement, The Walters Art Museum joins ARTstor’s eight current IAP contributors: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Getty Research Institute, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Princeton University Art Museum, Northwestern University Library, and University of California, Irvine, and Bryn Mawr College.

For more information, visit artstor.org/iap.

For more detailed information about this collection, visit The Walters Art Museum collection page

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