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Taking museum art to a whole new scale with high resolution images from Bridgeman 

 

Mural image: A View of Osmington Village, 1816 by John Constable / Yale Center for British Art / Bridgeman Images
Mural image: A View of Osmington Village, 1816 by John Constable / Yale Center for British Art / Bridgeman Images

 

 

Mural image: The Umbrellas, c.1881-6 by Renoir / National Gallery, London, UK / Bridgeman Images
Mural image: The Umbrellas, c.1881-6 by Renoir / National Gallery, London, UK / Bridgeman Images

 

 
Taking images to a scale beyond just a large print is something that wallsauce.com do every day, so when the chance arose to use the Bridgeman image archive to augment it offering, it was simply too good a opportunity to pass by. 
 
They believe that there’s a real appetite for art at the scale of a large wall mural, not just in commercial locations but in the home as well. So much so, that they’ve now included approximately 2,500 of the Bridgeman’s images in their website, where customers can choose, size and order the one that’s right for them. 
 
Andrew Gerraty, Wallsauce.com Marketing Director commented that, “Our customers really love the imagery and requests so far have been quite varied.  To date we’ve created bespoke wall murals using works from artists such as Gustav Klmit, Claude Monet, JMW Turner, Edgar Degas, Pierre Augustus Renoir, and Michelangelo amongst others”. 
 
Wallsauce.com is one of the UK’s most exciting providers of wallpaper murals, bespoke wallpaper and wall graphics.
 

 

The 'Victory' Returning from Trafalgar, 1806 by J.M.W.Turner / Yale Center for British Art / Bridgeman Images
The 'Victory' Returning from Trafalgar, 1806 by J.M.W.Turner / Yale Center for British Art / Bridgeman Images

 

 

Mural image: Garden at Giverny, 1895 by Monet / Buhrle Collection, Zurich, Switzerland / Bridgeman Images

 


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