Collection Preview: The Free Library of Philadelphia
A treasure trove of material related to Charles Dickens, just in time for the 200th anniversary in 2012.
Elsa Schiaparelli at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
From the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a focus on the designer from the 1930s whose iconic fashions will be featured at The Met in 2012.
Now Representing: The Phillips Collection
Now representing the collection of Duncan Phillips, who desired to create a museum of modern art and its sources.
Now Representing: Corcoran Gallery of Art
Bridgeman now represents this major center of historic and contemporary American art.
Now Representing: Philadelphia Museum of Art
New to our archive: the collection of one of the largest art institutions in the U.S., housed in one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
Collections that almost weren't...
The Hugh Lane and The Lobkowicz Collections are two stellar European art collections, both affected by tragic events, and dedicated to preserving the arts.
World Cultures: The Sainsbury Collection
The Sainsbury Collection at the University of East Anglia boasts an eclectic mix of art and artefacts from all over the world, spanning 5000 years.
Arms & Armour:
Bridgeman now represents The Royal Armouries image archive
The Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami
We are proud to represent the Lowe Art Museum, a collection spanning more than 5,000 years.
Representing: Scott Polar Research Institute
Commemorating the centenary of Robert Falcon Scott's death and the race to the South Pole.
Denver Public Library
Bridgeman is proud to represent this stellar collection from one of America's finest public libraries.
Aristocratic tastes of England
Bridgeman represents the collections of over thirty historic houses in the UK.
Bridgeman Images & Christie's Images
Now providing enhanced access to the archive of the world’s oldest fine art auction house
Now representing the Cincinnati Art Museum
Learn more about this Queen City collection.
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