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We are pleased to announce Bridgeman now represents The Burns Archive and Museum of Historical Photography, a family-run collection that contains over one million photographic images that begin at the dawn of both photography and modern medicine.
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Bridgeman Images are proud to share information about our partnership with Unseen Footage Ltd on their production of the documentary The Queen Unseen for ITV
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Wateridge's paintings are elaborately crafted compositions that have the trappings of a real occurrence but feel oddly uncanny or dreamlike.
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Tina Modotti: an Italian photographer in Mexico
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Bridgeman Images administer and license the copyright of the Estate of Anneliese Everts.
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We are pleased to announce Bridgeman now represents the Schorr Collection, a privately held collection and one of the largest and most impressive of its kind of recent formation in the UK.
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Bridgeman is delighted to represent one of the UK’s greatest private collections, featuring works by Canaletto, J.M.W. Turner, Titian and Van Dyck.
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We're proud to be representing the Estate of Anna Mary Robertson Moses known universally as Grandma Moses, for copyright clearance and licensing
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From skeletons to Hopper, discover more about Anne's top picks from our archive.
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Bridgeman is incredibly proud to announce an exciting new collaboration with cutting-edge AI video enhancement company neural.love.
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Whitechapel Gallery is pleased to announce Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy, a major retrospective of the work of Eileen Agar (1899-1991).
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The LCVA preserves community videos made in the 1970s/80s in London and the South East, offering insights into alternate lifestyles of the time.
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