Saint Louis Art Museum
ARTstor is collaborating with the Saint Louis Art Museum to share approximately 1,700 images of works from its permanent collection of more than 30,000 objects. The museum’s holdings are particularly strong in Oceanic art, Pre-Columbian art, ancient Chinese bronzes, and European and American art from the late 19th and 20th centuries, particularly 20th century German art.
Social documentary photographs by Milton Rogovin
ARTstor is collaborating with The Rogovin Collection to share approximately 300 images of Milton Rogovin’s social documentary photography. Milton Rogovin (b. 1909) is best known for his portraits of the poor and working class, and his depictions of their lives, communities, and working conditions.
For over thirty years Rogovin photographed the working people and ethnic communities in the Buffalo area. He later explored the plight of workers, particularly miners, in Appalachia. In 1983, Rogovin expanded his “Family of Miners” series to include workers in Scotland, France, Spain, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Cuba, Mexico, China, and Zimbabwe.
For more information, visit the Milton Rogovin collection page.
Photographs of American architecture by Dov Friedman
Approximately 560 new photographs depicting historic and contemporary architecture in the United States are now available in the ARTstor Digital Library. This first group of images from Dov Friedman focuses on architecture in the United States, particularly in New York City, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. Future releases will include photography from sites in Central and Eastern Europe, including architecture in cities such as Vienna, Austria and Budapest, Hungary.
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