You can search ARTstor using keywords or advanced features.
There are three ways to start a keyword search in ARTstor. The following is excerpted from the ARTstor Help wiki:
On the front page of the Digital Library, the Keyword Search box is located in the upper left corner.
On a search results page, the Keyword Search box is located in the upper right corner.
Go to the ARTstor navigation menu and click Find > Search.
You can search across all collections or select a specific collection from the pull-down menu.
A keyword search allows you to search for words or phrases that appear anywhere in ARTstor's object record (Title, Creator, Description, etc.).
AND is the default Boolean operator. E.G. A keyword search on Monet poplars will return image records that have both of these words somewhere in the record.
OR searches are available in the Advanced Search but can also be used in Keyword Search. (When in doubt, use the Boolean operators provided in the Advanced Search.)
Use Quotation Marks to search for a phrase. E.G. “Camera degli sposi”.
Wildcard & Truncation Symbols:
* Use the asterisk to truncate a word. It will look for zero, one, or several characters. E.G. wom*n will return records with the term woman or women. Brueg*l will return records with Brueghel or Bruegel.
Ital* will return records with Italia, Italy, Italian, Italianate, etc.
The underscore (_) can represent any one character: E.G. m_net will match “monet”, “manet”, etc.