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Christopher Dresser Bottle, 19th C., English, Bone china, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson Study for "Portrait of an Indian" (detail), 19th C., French, Oil on canvas, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Paul Cézanne Still Life with Apples and Pears (detail), 1885-87, French, Oil on canvas, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Byzantine Medallion from an Icon Frame, 11th-12th C., Cloisonné enamel, gold, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Jackson Pollock Number 8 (detail), 1949, American, Oil, enamel, and aluminum paint on canvas
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Carlo Crivelli Pietà (detail), 1476, Italian, Tempera on wood, gold ground, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Collection development is based largely on faculty requests. You may request images that are not already available in the ARTstor database. Please check ARTstor holdings before placing a new order. Patrons may also select slides to be scanned from the VRC slide collection (with the exception of vendor images, which may not be reproduced).

Please allow a turn-around time of one week for orders of 30 images or less. Larger orders require more advanced notice of three or more weeks, so please plan accordingly.

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