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Visual Resources Collection now contains over 40,000 images

March 5, 2009
By Heidi Eyestone

In early March 2009 the Visual Resources Collection uploaded its 40,000 image completing the full digitization of the Chinese painting slide archive. Other new additions are images of Islamic, Coptic, and Central Asia art and architecture selected for the collection by Melanie Michailidis, visiting professor of Art History. The Visual Resources Collection expands weekly, adding new selections from the history of art.

If you have questions about finding images in this collection or using them for teaching, please contact Heidi Eyestone (heyeston@carleton.edu, x5399)

Comments

  • January 30 2011 at 5:12 pm
    Jacquelyn Dunn

    How do you get access to see the images?

  • January 30 2011 at 7:00 pm
    Matt Ryan

    Jacquelyn,

    Carleton only has the rights to use the images in this collection for teaching purposes, so access is only available on the Carleton campus. Trust me, we'd love to share them with the broader world if we could!

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