Note: Image collections in Artstor are moving to JSTOR. Most have already been transferred. The interface for searching images in JSTOR is extremely similar to that of Artstor. Your personal login for Artstor will work with JSTOR. If you have trouble accessing Artstor, please try a different browser or use JSTOR instead. Contact Karen if you have questions or need help.
William James Bennett. New Orleans. Engraving, 1841. Luna Collection.
Ara Pacis, south side, Imperial Family. Rome, 13-9 BCE. Photo by Brooke Hammerle. Luna Collection.
Seaside. 2004. Planners Robert Davis, Andres Duany, and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk. Photo by Karen Bouchard. Luna Collection.
Note: Additional maps may be searched within the library's discovery tool. Digitized versions of Brown archival material have been uploaded to the website. Original historical maps may be found in the John Hay Library's collections. Twentieth century maps may be found on the 11th floor of the Sciences Library.
Anonymous French Engraver. A Dance. ca. 1828. Luna Collection.
Godey's Lady's Book: Important 19th century fashion magazine with historical illustrations. To find images, use the Advanced Search screen and limit to illustrations. The various incarnations of this magazine are accessible online through the American Periodicals Series. Note: many of the original print magazines are available in the John Hay Library collections.
Unknown artist.Brown University. Engraving, 1835.Brown Digital Repository.
Anonymous French. Plaque with Censing Angels. Enamel, ca.1170-1180. Metropolitan Museum of Art via Creative Commons license.
Unknown Artist. Dancer and Musicians. Earthenware, Han Dynasty, 1st century B.C.–1st century CE. Metropolitan Museum of Art via Creative Commons license.
S.O. Dodge. Uncle Ben, 100 Years Old, and his Seventh Wife, Knoxville, Tennessee. Albumen, 1893. Luna Insight Collection.
Note that the collections below do not necessarily contain all art related material in the Hay. Please consult your librarian or a curator for more information.
Odano Naotake, illustrator. Johann Adam Kulmus, author. Kaitai Shinsho: Blood Circulation in the Human Body. 1774. Luna Collection.