A visit from our colleagues Down Under
The Art Gallery of New South Wales sent a representative to our London office to research image sales and licensing.
Tristram Hillier (1905-83)
Tristram Hillier’s classical, timeless images, full of steely light and ominous shadows, have a unique place in the history of British 20th century art.
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The Art of National Geographic
For more than a century, the National Geographic Society's illustrators have taken readers to places beyond the reach of the camera's lens
Election 2010: A History of Prime Ministers
The Press Association and Bridgeman Art Library partner up for the first time to provide 100 images of all the great men and woman who have passed through the doors of Number 10.
Villa Valmarana ai Nani
Bridgeman now has the most current and comprehensive collection of images of Tiepolo's frescoes from this Unesco World Heritage site.
And the Winner is...
Bridgeman sponsors The Broadcast Awards
Web & Mobile images
Smaller images at smaller prices. Read about our new subscription model using out of copyright, fine art images at prices you can afford
National Gallery of Australia
Bridgeman is now representing treasures from Australia's premier art gallery.
International Copyright Law Conference
Harriet Bridgeman was invited to give an update on Artist's Resale Rights and the Artists' Collecting Society at the annual International Copyright Law Conference.
Digital Economy Bill
Lord Bridgeman has been briefed by BAPLA and the Creators' Rights Alliance about aspects of the Digital Economy Bill which could affect image libraries.
Reaching Teaching
KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) brings the Bridgeman Art Library firmly into the Education market. Read about this research project, ongoing from 2008, between Bridgeman and University of the Arts London.
Stained Glass Angels
Painton Cowen has spent the best part of his life photographing and studying stained glass and rose windows.
Maggi Hambling (BACS artist)
One of today's most celebrated British artists. Acclaimed as a painter of people, her expressive work engages profoundly with the human condition in images of tough but lyrical figuration.
Aristocratic tastes of England. Look inside one of the greatest private art collections in the world. Bridgeman represents the archives of over thirty historic house collections in the UK.
Bridgeman and Artists' Estates
Since 1999, Bridgeman has worked with estates and artists to ensure that we offer our clients the highest quality transparencies and digital files for reproduction.
Where do you find your inspiration?
Bridgeman sponsors a series of inspiring talks during the London Design Festival 2009
Detroit Institute of Arts
New images are being added regularly from the DIA: one of the largest and most prestigious collections in the United States. Take a closer look.
The Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute
From 19th century American art to French Impressionism, the Clark houses a world-class collection.
What's your Fantasy?
Now representing The Special Photographer's Archive

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