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Welcome: Digital Imaging and Scholarship Services

Browse the tabs above to find information about image resources and visual literacy


Illustration of a camera obscura from page 807 of Ars Magna, Lucis et Umbrae “The Great Art of Light and Shadow”, Rome 1646 from the Rare Book Collection at the University St. Andrew's



Digital Imaging Services for LUCAD Faculty and MFA Visual Arts Students




Contact Kate Thornhill, 617-349-8073 for more information

  • High quality images and image information for classroom instruction and MFA theses talks and papers
  • Digitization Services
  • Image delivery and access through ARTstor
  • Image copyright use consultation
  • Advice on digitally archiving artwork

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