Artstor is moving to JSTOR

A promotional image from JSTOR that says: Ready, set, redirect: Come August 1, 2024, Artstor URLs will automatically redirect to JSTOR. Next to the text is a black and white photo by Lee Friedlander.

On August 1 of this year, the legacy Artstor website will be retired, but all Artstor images are already available on JSTOR, and our subscription to that material will continue uninterrupted.

When you search JSTOR, you will find Artstor’s 2 million licensed images and more than 1,700 additional primary source collections alongside the JSTOR ebooks and journals you already know and love. With the new Workspace tool, you can save and organize Artstor images alongside other JSTOR content in one convenient workflow.

If you use Artstor, you’re invited to get started on JSTOR now!

Useful Links

Start here: Artstor on JSTOR Overview

Introduction to Workspace

LibGuide for working with images on JSTOR

Browse images on JSTOR

Image: Lee Friedlander. New York City. 1963, printed 2006. Saint Louis Art Museum.