There is a significant difference between viewing this image through ARTstor on the computer and viewing this image in its original context. ARTstor is an online digital library. It is a very huge resource consisting of approximately 1.9 million images belonging to different categories such as sports, arts, humanities, science and architecture etc. It is a web based catalogue and has an image managing software service. ARTstor is a non-profit organization. The quality of the image is greatly affected when it is viewed on an online source. The original or the real image can be viewed in gallery or museum, where it is preserved and is available for public viewing. Viewing an image in real life is all together a different experience. As compared to the online source, the original image will be smaller. Original image has better quality and better texture. Various parts of the image can be studied in great detail. When the same image is uploaded on an online source, parts of images may not be clear. Hence, studying it in detail would be a difficult task. In museums and galleries, one can walk around the image and study it from different angles and perspectives. Studying same image from several angles help in developing different insights. Someone may notice certain things which cannot be seen from different perspectives.