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Copyright and Public Domain: Images

ARTstor YouTube Channel

Check out the Artstor LibGuide.

Learn how to use ARTstor  on YouTube!

VERY USEFUL research guides!

These research guides are from the University of Utah's J. Willard Marriot Library's site.

Thinking Through Fair Use - from the U of Minnesota

Thinking Through Fair Use

Even after you've fully educated yourself about fair use (the information on our site is just a start), it can be difficult to remember all the relevant issues when you're looking at a potential use you'd like to make. We've developed one tool that may assist you in your thought process. The Office for Information Technology Policy of the American Library Association also steps you through the process with a similar interactive tool.

Citing Images


ARTstor is the premier image database for art historians. While images for more modern and contemporary art may be a little limited, those addressing your interdisciplinary research needs are growing!

  • search more than one million images and 360°-panoramas of art, architecture, cultural objects, maps, ephemera, and more
  • viewing tools include zoom and pan
  • you are able to download presentation-quality image files to your computer and you can directly import images into your PowerPoint presentations
  • you can create folders or study collections within ARTstor


To use ARTstor from of-campus, you must first register a personal account within ARTstor while on a campus computer.