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Here is a nice 60s comic poster-like image:

http://artsy.net/artwork/roy-lichtenstein-reflections-on-minerva

(it might requires login to view).

I'd like to download it, but i couldn't find any way to do it in browser or with other tools i'm familiar with. Any idea how this might be done?

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Looks like a Zoomify or OpenSeadragon tileset. You can check the sources e.g. in Chrome through the Developer Tools' Resources tab. –  slhck Jul 4 '13 at 15:47
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Telling you how would violate their terms: "...you must not (and must not assist or permit any third party to) download, reproduce, modify, create derivative works from, publicly perform, publicly display, rent, sell or distribute any Content located on (or provided in connection with) the Site..." link :) –  Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Jul 4 '13 at 15:57
    
That page no longer exists. –  fixer1234 Mar 26 at 6:33

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This is how you do it: Go to the page with the visual, take a look at the source code via your browser, then search for the term 'JPG". You'll see many jpg links here in the code. The one you need, ends on "normalized.jpg"

For example: https://d32dm0rphc51dk.cloudfront.net/ecWm__enxZZAp8LS3rqbfg/normalized.jpg

Copy and past the link in a new window, and voila.

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I was trying to download an image I'd like to use as wallpaper, and found that your method does not work for images that has URL starting with static*.artsy.net. –  qazwsx Mar 29 at 18:48

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