The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month...
In honour of Remembrance Day explore Bridgeman collections that document European and American military history and the conflicts and triumphs of the 20th century.
'Once upon a time... In a fabled land of mythical beasts
Journey through the world of fabled lands and mythical beasts. Scandinavian fairy tales, Alice In Wonderland, contemporary artists and more...
World War One Centenary
With the centenary of the First World War, we have categorised our content into key themes to aide your research.
New Contemporary Artist: Celia Lewis
Charming new linocuts and watercolours of farm animals and the English countryside for licensing.
Galloping towards Chinese New Year 2014
Chinese New Year 2014 will be the Year of the Horse. We prepare to gallop towards this international celebration with images from our archive.
A Fashionable Top 10
With Fashion Week right around the corner, Bridgeman runs down our top 10 fashion innovations throughout history.
50th Anniversary of the March on Washington
The March on Washington and Martin Luther King's historic 'I Have a Dream' speech delivered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, took place 50 years ago on August 28th.
Strange Days
We’re all aware of celebrations such as Easter and Thanksgiving, but how many other special days do you know?
Double Takes
Celebrate the art of portraiture, with our favourite celebrity look-a-likes.
Artists out of copyright in 2013
For the work of artists who died in 1942, the period of copyright protection of their work expires at the end of 2012: Walter Sickert, Philip Wilson Steer and Eric Ravilious
A 007 Inspired Top Ten
Historical figures whose real-life antics would have made for great Bond characters.
Beautiful zoological illustrations
A fusion of art, science and literature: the beautiful zoological illustrations of Edward Lear
Buddhist Heritage of the World
Bridgeman footage supplier, Benoy K Behl, is profiled in a 6-part feature in Frontline Magazine.
Anna Karenina's Russia
Take a voyage to the late 19th century Russia inhabited by Anna, Alexei, Vronsky and Levin with images from Bridgeman's impressive roster of Russian collections.
Rossetti and the Lady Lilith
Move over Madonna, Rossetti found the Kabbalah bracelet first...
Celebrating Jamaica at 50
Usain Bolt's 2012 Olympic feats and the 50th anniversary of independence from Great Britain offer the perfect platform for celebrating the vibrant Caribbean nation.
Top 10 Bombshells
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Marilyn Monroe, here's our run-down of the top ten bombshells of all time.
Dorando Pietri & the 1908 Olympic Marathon
"He run-a, run-a, run-a, run like anything..." - from "Dorando" by Irving Berlin
Into The Wild Blue Yonder
A short history of flight, with images from the archive.
Images with Impact
Inspired image selections for seasonal trends in fashion, textiles, paper products and packaging.
Images for Museums & Galleries
Creating displays, catalogs or products? Bridgeman is the world's largest cultural image resource for your exhibition needs.
In Memoriam
2011 saw the passing of many 20th century art giants.
Bah Humbug!
We love Christmas, but there are ten things about the season that can bring out the inner Grinch.
Race to the South Pole
For the British and Norwegian teams, it was a race to the death to reach the South Pole.
Leonardo da Vinci Codex Atlanticus
Explore the largest collection of Leonardo da Vinci’s papers ever assembled in the remarkable Codex Atlanticus
Bridgeman Creative
Inspirational selections of imagery to help you find that perfect image for marketing and advertising campaigns.
Forget the Ten Commandments? There's an app for that.
From the Rosetta Stone to Moses to the iPad, the evolution of everyone's favourite gadget: the tablet.
Introducing Albert Houthuesen:
Dutch-born British artist who worked in virtual isolation for 60 years. Clown figures, still-lives and landscapes.
Autumn/Winter: Style Advice from the Archives
Let Bridgeman guide you through those crucial wardrobe do’s and don’ts
New Contemporary Artist: Daisy de Villeneuve
New Contemporary Artist. Fashion-led illustrations.
Interview with Mexican artist, Pedro Diego Alvarado
Interview with Mexican artist and grandson of Diego Rivera, Pedro Diego Alvarado.
Inspired by Nature
"For many years I have travelled to wilderness areas in search of inspiration for my prints"
(Secret) Lives of the Artists
In honour of Giorgio Vasari's 500th birthday, we celebrate his life's work, "Lives of the Artists," with a tabloid-style expose.
The birds and the bees...(and the flowers and the trees)
...and the flowers and the trees. Celebrate Spring with images that highlight the diversity of the natural world.
The American Civil War
How much do you know about the American Civil War?
Symbols of British Identity
A cultural celebration of all things British is hotting up.
What makes us British?
See Bridgeman's lighthearted take on our top 10 defining characteristics.
Annabel Fairfax: New Contemporary Artist.
Stylish chickens and playful, decorative still lifes in bright colours.
Inspiration for gift products
From iconic art to vintage posters and photography, here are some ideas to get you started on your search.
Rebecca Campbell: New Contemporary Artist
The English country house is turned on its head. Animals and birds cavort within whimsical wonderlands of topiary and growing vegetables.
Colour Trends for 2011
Inspired by Pantone's colour trend research for 2011, we've put together some image selections that draw from next year's palette.
Still Images For Television & Film
Bridgeman offers a comprehensive collection of high resolution imagery for set design and programming.
Urban Intimacy
Max Ferguson’s realistic paintings vividly capture a vanishing urban scene in and around New York.
Artists out of copyright in 2011
No extra copyright fee. Hassle free clearance.
Images for Trade Publishing
For over 35 years, Bridgeman has been a trusted resource for images and copyright clearance for publishers.
Photography on the front lines of one of the bloodiest conflicts of modern history: the American Civil War, in advance of the 150th anniversary in 2011.
Hell & The Sublime
For centuries, artists have been imagining the realm of human afterlife. In honour of Halloween, we run down our favourite depictions of hell.
Katsushika Hokusai's Pictures of the Floating World
250th anniversary of the birth of the leading painter and printmaker of the Japanese Edo period
Pedro Diego Alvarado
New to Bridgeman, Mexican painter Pedro Diego Alvarado renders lush Central American landscapes and still lifes of tropical fruit that are good enough to eat.
Britain's next Saint?
Only one step away from sainthood we take a closer look at Cardinal Newman and British saints.
Rites, Ritual & Ceremony
From the everyday to holy days, how we worship.
Where We Worship
Houses of worship, holy sites and places of pilgrimage.
What We Worship
Religion and faith illuminated through text and illustration.
The Regime Against Art
The Nazi exhibition of works deemed 'degenerate' is only one example of state-sanctioned censorship and destruction of art works.
Sibling Rivalry
The 2010 UK Labour Party leadership election sees two brothers, David and Edward Miliband, facing off. Bridgeman delves into its archive to assess sibling rivalry in history, literature and myth.
Caravaggio: The Light and Dark
400 years after his death, the master of the dramatic still has the power to delight and perplex
Urban Worlds in Transition
NEW Bridgeman represented artist taking paper art to a whole new level. Learn more about this unique artist.
The Joys of Getting LOST
Calling all LOST fans! With the finale fast approaching, here's a fun diversion from all the election chaos. Can you identify all 50 show references in this collage?
Quilting back in Fashion
Take a look at the unique embroidered quilts and needlework designs within the Bridgeman archive.
Inspiration for calendars & stationery products
Tired of the same old calendar images? Let Bridgeman help get the ball rolling with these ideas.
Because of women....
Celebrate Women's History month with a few things invented, written or inspired by women that truly make the world a better place.
The Art of Falling in Love
Bridgeman's ten step plan to winning the object of your desire.
Anthony Breslin (Contemporary Artist)
One of Australia's most original, eclectic, and evocative artists.
Bridgeman's 12 Days of Christmas
Sing along with Bridgeman as we run down our version of 'The 12 Days of Christmas.'
'Tis the season for panto
Not just a modern British phenomenon. Oh, no, it's not! Read about its origins in ancient Greece and links with the Commedia dell'arte, a form of popular theatre in Italy.
As the newest movie in the Twilight saga makes box-office history, explore the history of the supernatural as seen in art and literature.
Hungarian Rhapsody
How much do you know about Hungarian modern art? Following the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain we introduce four artists.
Symbols of Freemasonry - a case for Robert Langdon
Go behind the curtain in Dan Brown's new novel and explore the world of secret societies
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Artists throughout the ages have borrowed and built upon those who have come before.
21st century Art
New work from some of Bridgeman's talented group of 500 contemporary artists.
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood - Desperate Romantics
Take a closer look at the art movement inspired by love, literature and truth to nature.
'This is the short and the long of it.'
Bridgeman dusts off the top 10 bestselling books of all time, all of which have relied heavily upon Bridgeman's archive for their illustrations.
Iranian art, architecture and artifacts at Bridgeman
75 years since Persia officially renamed Iran. Rediscover a rich cultural history.
Royal Academy exhibition runaway success
Major Russian collections under review following runaway success of Royal Academy exhibition
Defining Moment
The inauguration of Barack Obama as 44th President is a huge turning point for the United States. Take a look at past events that define a turbulent and triumphant history.
Coal Mining: A history
Over 25 years since the 1984 Coal Miners' strike
St. George the Dragon Slayer
Saint George is the patron saint of England. Popularly identified with England and English ideals of honour, bravery and gallantry but actually he wasn't English at all...
A Fresh Crop
From masterpieces by iconic artists to something more contemporary, let Bridgeman show you fresh ideas for your upcoming calendar lines.
Stairway to Heaven
William Blake's 1809 Exhibition recreated at Tate Britain
Exotic Delights
New paintings by Nigel Hughes. Mayan Architecture and South American birds.
'Henry the Eighth I am, I am'
Shakespearean drama, the beheading of wives, sibling rivalry and a beloved red haired virgin; take a closer look at the Tudors through the eyes of the artists of the time.
The Public Enemy Era
Bank robbers, bootleggers and national heroes. Take a look at our rogues gallery of faces and places of Chicago's public enemy era.
Bird's Eye View
New panoramic images of London's landmarks by Francis Farmar
A Journey through Asia
The Bridgeman Art Library has an impressive collection of Asian art from museums around the globe.

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