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Visual Resources

                                Hunt Library, 4th Floor

                                                          Use this research guide to: 

                           • Locate high-quality digital images for educational use

                           • Learn about digital image databases and visual resources
                              available through the University Libraries and the internet

Image Databases

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 resources may require authentication through the EZProxy service by entering your Andrew ID and password. Any problems accessing electronic materials should be reported to: ul-ezproxy-support@andrew.cmu.edu
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Contributing to the Image Collection

Carnegie Mellon University faculty, staff, and students may recommend digital images for inclusion in the Image Collection for classroom teaching, which is hosted online through Luna Imaging.

Scanning

Visual Resources no longer offers on-demand image scanning services. Assistance with image scanning may be available under special circumstances. Please contact the Arts Resources Specialist with questions.

Browse Digital Image Collections

 

Contact Info

Maranda Reilly
Arts Resources Specialist
Hunt Library
4th Floor
412-268-1407
mreilly@andrew.cmu.edu

 

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Artwork of the Day

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Google Images

Search Google Images for quick reference or as a starting point.
Digital Images Databases (to the left) offer higher-quality images and trustworthy metadata!

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