Look no further than Artstor Digital Library. Artstor has more than 1.8 million images contributed by museums, photographers, libraries, scholars and artists to facilitate teaching and research.
Artstor has images to suit a range of subjects including religion, literature, cultural studies, textiles and, of course, art.
You can search for images or browse by collection, classification or geography. Images can be printed and saved or exported to PowerPoint. Each image is accompanied by details and citations that can be exported to bibliographic software such as EndNote or RefWorks.
For more features, register for an account that will allow you to save searches, organise your images into groups and share them with others at ACU.
How to access Artstor
To access Artstor, go to the Library homepage and type "Artstor" into the Library Search box.
Alternatively you can go to the databases link and choose "A" under Databases by Title. If you are off-campus, sign in using your ACU username and password to access Artstor and other databases.
To get the most out of Artstor, check out their comprehensive online Help function, or speak to librarian at your campus library.