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Art History: Images

Copyright and using images found "in the wild"

There are many fair use scenarios for using images you find online for your class projects and papers, but not every use you can think of is "fair." And limiting to images with Creative Commons licensing only can unduly restrict your options. Questions? Come talk with the Visual Resources Specialist or one of your subject librarians.

Sources for Images

The most used image collections for general research in art history

Other image collections for more specialized work

The following image resources here are primarily intended for educational, course-related uses only. If you find any of the links do not work or if you have a resource you would like to add to the list, please contact the Visual Resources Specialist.

Visual Resources Specialist

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Katie Retterath
Contact:
Art Commons 201
Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center
krettera@macalester.edu
(651) 696-6691

www.macalester.edu/vrl