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Artists throughout the ages borrow and build upon those who have come before. Take a look at contemporary artists who have a unique way of reinterpreting works we all know and love. As always, Bridgeman manages copyright on behalf of our represented artists, streamlining the images licensing and clearance process.

The Annunciation by Fra Angelico and
Annunciation with Leaping Figure by Caroline Jennings

XIR38620/ Prado, Madrid, Spain, Giraudon
XIR38620/ Prado, Madrid, Spain, Giraudon

CJN265926/ Private Collection
CJN265926/ Private Collection

White Cloud Over Purple by Mark Rothko and
Voyage by Jilli Blackwood

NUL116967/ Private Collection
NUL116967/ Private Collection

JBL151252/ Private Collection
JBL151252/ Private Collection

The Madonna of Loreto by Raphael, Portrait of Caroline, Duchess of Marlborough with her daughter Lady Caroline Spencer by Sir Joshua Reynolds and
Reynolds after Raphael by Victoria Hall

From left to right: CND241274 Musee Conde, Chantilly, France; PWI91073, Private Collection, Peter Willi; VHA285077, Private Collection
From left to right: CND241274 Musee Conde, Chantilly, France; PWI91073, Private Collection, Peter Willi; VHA285077, Private Collection

Adam and Eve by Lucas Cranach, the Elder and
Adam and Eve by Suad Al-Attar

COU470/ Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London, UK
COU470/ Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London, UK

SUD203444/ Private Collection
SUD203444/ Private Collection

Self Portrait by Francis Bacon and
Ladies Powder Room by Maggi Hambling

XJL169804/ Private Collection
XJL169804/ Private Collection

MGH345444/ Private Collection
MGH345444/ Private Collection


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