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Public Collections

This guide provides an overview of the Public Collections that are freely available at library.artstor.org

Cornell: Divine Comedy Image Archive

Repository of scanned images from major illustrated editions (published 1487 through 1921) in the Fiske Dante Collection, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, of The Divine Comedy: http://divinecomedy.library.cornell.edu/

Cornell: Knowledge of the World in Early Modern Japan

Medieval Portland

Medieval Portland gathers resources that are now in the Portland, Oregon region for research and learning about medieval Europe and the Middle East. The heart of the project is the gathering of medieval objects housed in the region, and here in Shared Shelf you will find work from both published sources as well as original research by students in the Medieval Portland Capstone taught by Anne McClanan, Professor of Art History at Portland State University. If you have additional resources to contribute, please feel free to contact Prof McClanan at anne.mcclanan@pdx.edu.

Trinity College Watkinson Library: Renaissance Manuscript Illuminations

The collection includes images of Renaissance manuscripts belonging to Watkinson Library, the special collections library at Trinity College.