Images from Gazette du Bon Ton (Minneapolis College of Art and Design)
The Minneapolis College of Art and Design has contributed images of early 20th-century French fashion plates from La Gazette du Bon Ton to the ARTstor Digital Library.
Wilfried Wang: Modern Architecture (University of Texas at Austin)
ARTstor has collaborated with the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin to make available 458 images of modern European and American architecture in the Digital Library.
More images from the Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) collection
More than 4,600 additional images from Larry Qualls’ archive of contemporary art are now available in the ARTstor Digital Library. This most recent release includes contemporary art exhibited in New York City galleries during Summer 2002, Fall 2002, Winter 2003, and Spring 2003.
Mexican architecture and urban design Pre-Colombian through the 20th century
ARTstor and the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin have collaborated to share more than 5,700 images from the Hal Box and Logan Wagner Collection of Mexican Architecture and Urban Design.
Christopher Long: Central European Architecture (University of Texas at Austin) collection
ARTstor has collaborated with the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin to distribute more than 200 images of Central European architecture, including works by Josef Chochol, Karl Ehn, Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, Joseph Gocr, Josef Hoffmann, Pavel Jank, Emil Krlcek, Adolf Loos, Joseph Maria Olbrich, and Otto Wagner, among others.
Additional images from ART on File
ARTstor has partnered with ART on FILE to document contemporary architecture in the Netherlands and Scandinavia including buildings, built-environment projects and landscape architecture.
Architectural photography from Ezra Stoller
ARTstor is collaborating with Esto Photographics to digitize and distribute images of modern architecture from the archive of Ezra Stoller (1915 – 2004). There are now more than 7,600 images from his archive in the Digital Library.
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