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Digital Imaging Services: Find Images

Learn about digitizing your images with the Library.

Finding Images

Here you can find a variety of museum, archive, and library visual art collections and image collections focused on specific topics. Also learn how to use Google Advance Search and look for images using social media


Polloack, Jackson. Autumn Rhythm. Painting and Sculpture Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York. Web. 21, December 2014.


Faculty and MFA Visual Arts & Photography Students! Access Your Images in ARTstor!


Click to Enter ARTstor!

Did you know images can be scanned by the Moriarty Library and delivered to you via ARTstor?

Find them in your ARTstor faculty folder


  1. Login into ARTstor
  2. Click on this icon
  3. Double click the folder "Institutional folders"
  4. Double click the folder "LUCAD Faculty and MFA Student Folders - Digitized"
  5. Double click your faculty name and open your desired image group -- typically the course you requested images for.

Not sure how to use ARTstor or find your folder?

Contact The Moriarty Library at 617-349-8070 or visit the Moriarty Library's ARTstor Help Guide

Use ARTstor to Find Images



Access ARTstor Here!

ARTstor is a high quality arts and humanities image database subscription service provides over 1.6 million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences with a set of tools to view, present, and manage high quality images for research and pedagogical purposes. This digital image library offers a wide range of images needed for interdisciplinary teaching and research, including contributions from the leading museums, photo archives, libraries, scholars, photographers, artists, and artists’ estates.

These diverse collections include: Magnum PhotosCarnegie Arts of the United StatesThe Illustrated Bartschthe Mellon International Dunhuang ArchiveThe Huntington Archive of Asian Art, andThe Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Architecture and Design Collection,Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Painting and Sculpture Collectionthe Metropolitan Museum of Art, and more.