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About Us
Courtauld Images can provide the following services: high resolution image supply (300ppi), various types of reproduction rights licenses.

The collections in brief

The Courtauld Gallery
One of the most important collections in Britain, including world-famous Old Master, Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, and an outstanding prints and drawings collection.

The Conway Library
The library contains just over one million images of architecture, architectural drawings, sculpture and manuscripts, from Classical Antiquity to the present either as original photographs or cuttings from journals and catalogues.

The Witt Library
The library is a collection of original photographs and cuttings from published material after paintings, drawings and prints, of western art, covering the period 1200 to the present day. All major artists are represented in depth and one of the strengths of the library is its coverage of lesser-known artists, unparalleled elsewhere.

Photographic Survey
Photographs of paintings, drawings and watercolours, sculpture, architecture and architectural drawings from over five hundred private collections in England, Wales and Ireland.

Many images within the Witt, Conway, and Photo Survey collections have not yet been digitized. To find out about visiting these archives in person please refer to the relevant collection here: un-digitized image libraries. Access to the Conway and Witt Libraries is by reader’s card, and can be arranged on arrival.

Contact details

Courtauld Images
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Somerset House
Strand
London WC2R 0RN
images@courtauld.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)20 7848 2879
F: +44 (0)20 7848 2589

Company information

SCT Enterprises Ltd
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Somerset House
Strand
LONDON WC2R 0RN
VAT Registration No. 672007652
Company No. 03137515


For the print-on-demand service please go to Courtauld Prints
For the online shop please go to Courtauld Shop

Courtauld Images is part of SCT Enterprises Ltd. All profits are donated to support the activities of the Institute and the Gallery.

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