Digital Images for Research
Use Artstor and Shared Shelf if you need digital images of any of the following: architecture, plans, interior architecture, landscape architecture, furniture, drawings, paintings, sculpture, textiles, color theory, and/or public art.
About the BAC Visual Resources Library:
The BAC Visual Resources Library is located at 320 Newbury Street on the fifth floor, Room 511. The mission of the Visual Resources Library is to support the curriculum by providing visual resources to the BAC community. Our continuously expanding digital resources are available to BAC faculty, staff, and students for research on and off-site. Please contact Sheri Rosenzweig if you have questions or would like assistance with locating images for daily teaching or research.
Images recently added to the VR Digital Images Database include the following: Serpentine Gallery Pavilions (from 2000 -2010), Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts architectural drawings, the Bowral House, Rokko Housing Projects I - III, the BMW Welt, the BMW Museum and Administration Building, the BMW Central Building, and the Water Temple in Tsuna, Japan.
Please refer to the online Donor Policy if you are interested in donating images to the BAC Visual Resources Library.