Images for Museums & Galleries

The Lady with the Ermine, 1496 (oil on walnut panel) by Leonardo da Vinci/ Czatoryski Museum, Cracow, Poland
The Lady with the Ermine, 1496 (oil on walnut panel) by Leonardo da Vinci/ Czatoryski Museum, Cracow, Poland

Beyond Four Walls

Bridgeman's four international offices license material for exhibitions all over the world. With the explosion of apps and other new media, Bridgeman's talented picture researchers can help you build a great catalog of images for interactive features and products for your museum store.  South Korea's Alive Gallery licensed over 60 images for an interactive art exhibit, while the Bode Museum in Berlin created an accompanying app for their popular exhibition Faces of the Renaissance. Bridgeman also licensed images for the highly-successful multimedia exhibition America I AM: The African American Imprint, currently at Kansas City's Union Station and touchscreens for the upcoming Monet exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden.

Check out a lightbox of recently licensed images for current and upcoming exhibitions.

If you need assistance with an upcoming project, we'd love to hear from you! Please email requests to sales@bridgemanart.co.uk.

(detail) Waterlilies, 1914-17 (oil on canvas) by Claude Monet / Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris
(detail) Waterlilies, 1914-17 (oil on canvas) by Claude Monet / Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris

A Trusted Partner

Bridgeman works with museums, galleries, historical societies and independent design firms to license imagery for exhibition catalogues, displays, accompanying retail products and packaging and much more. We offer a single license for usage and copyright to help streamline your process, and we offer competitive and flexible pricing to accomodate a variety of budgets. Our art history trained researchers will work with you to provide free picture research, source hard-to-find works, navigate copyright and clearance issues and provide you with high-quality imagery to meet your reproduction needs.

A few of our recent projects:

(detail) Interior, 1945-46 (oil on paper on canvas) by Willem de Kooning/ Israel Museum, Jerusalem / DACS
(detail) Interior, 1945-46 (oil on paper on canvas) by Willem de Kooning/ Israel Museum, Jerusalem / DACS


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