A synopsis of last year's collection partners for image licensing
From the masterpieces of national museums to the hidden treasures of private collections, Bridgeman provides a central resource of the best of the world’s art available for reproduction. Here is a synopsis of just some of our new collection partners in 2015.
Early in 2015 Bridgeman announced its acquisition of this premier French archival photo library and have since added over half a million extraordinary high resolution images to our online search. Among the new content available are photographs of iconic world events, French culture and the golden age of Hollywood.
The interactive displays at this museum tells the story of Sunderland from its prehistoric past through to the present day. The art collection has a particular emphasis on North East industrial and social history, including shipbuilding and coal mining.
A collection of exquisitely staged historical establishing scenes from the award-winning production company, Sullivan Entertainment. Includes beautifully cinematic clips of period houses, rural and urban scenery, steam trains, automobiles, and street scenes depicting America at the turn of the century and in the 1930s.
This archive documents the changing face of London in the 20th century. London Types' is a nostalgic series of HD footage from 1929 that includes policemen directing traffic, a chimney sweep, street hawkers and horse drawn carriages.
Photography in British Columbia has a long history that dates back to the 1800s, when Hannah Maynard opened a photo studio, photographing the people and places of Victoria, but also experimenting with complex composites and multiple exposures.
A delicate feather fan, a leather jerkin and a pair of golfing shoes may appear to have little in common but all are items of clothing in the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection, cared for by Historic Royal Palaces.
Intriguing, impressive and sometimes unexpected items in the collection offer an unparalleled insight into the story of the British monarchy, life at court and the ceremonial tradition of the United Kingdom over a period of almost 500 years.
A museum of art, design, and Americana located in Shelburne, Vermont, United States. The unique collection includes folk art, quilts and textiles, decorative arts, American paintings and a dazzling array of 17th-20th century artifacts.
The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art is one of the UK's most significant collections of 20th century British artworks. Notable artists within the collection include Ruskin Spear, Tristram Hillier, Elizabeth Frink, Cyril Power and Lynn Chadwick. It was founded in 2002 by media entrepreneur and philanthropist Chris Ingram.
The Museum of Lázaro Galdiano is a museum located in Madrid, Spain, housing the art collection of José Lázaro Galdiano. While the Renaissance is especially well represented, the collection features important early medieval objects including Visigothic work, and works crafted by Iberia's ancient Celtic culture.
In the capital, Douglas, the Manx Museum, the national heritage organisation for the Isle of Man, traces the island’s Celtic and Viking heritage and includes works by art nouveau designer Archibald Knox
The Gallery is home to Lancaster University's international art collection and is named after Peter F. Scott, CBE, in memorial of his benevolence. Includes photographs of workers at Pilkington’s Tile and Pottery Company factory in the early 20th Century.
Established to commemorate the sacrifice of all Australians lost in war, The Australian War Memorial is not only a place of remembrance but a world-class museum with an extensive historical archive. Ranging from colonial conflicts to the present day, the Memorial’s archives are a vast depth of military history.