Thought you knew everything in our archive?
A new collection or artist joins Bridgeman every week so allow us to take you on a tour. Every month we focus on different and exciting collections and artists
With the centenary of World War One fast approaching, we have organized our content into key themes to aide your research.
Chinese New Year 2014 will be the Year of the Horse. We prepare to gallop towards this international celebration with images from our archive.
With a bevy of egregious art thefts around the world, and the upcoming film, "Monuments Men", about WWII Nazi-looted art, we list the most infamous art heists in history.
Charming new animal linocuts and watercolors for licensing.
We mark Movember by taking a look at the growth of the moustache through history
Proudly representing one of the most important female artists associated with the Surrealist movement for image licensing.
The journals of sculptor Anne Truitt, a major figure in 20th century American art, are being re-released in print and audio versions this month. Bridgeman sat down with Truitt's daughter Alexandra to speak about her mother.
From prehistory to contemporary art and photography, the Israel Museum offers an in depth examination of both Jewish art and Jewish life.
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.
With NYC Fall Fashion Week right around the corner, Bridgeman runs down our top 10 fashion innovations throughout history.
In honor of the most patriotic month of the year, Bridgeman runs down our top 10 American paintings and photographs.
From doting dads to not-so-fatherly figures, our top 10 fathers from literature.
April showers bring May flowers, so join us as we explore the fascinating history of flowers in art.
Rembrandt's masterpiece is in the spotlight, as it takes its place in the newly renovated Rijksmuseum this month. Learn more about this large-scale work.
We’ve selected our favorite celebration days from the international calendar, some serious, some silly, all genuine.
To commemorate Women's History Month, we've put together a short history of the National Women's Party, one of the most influential women's rights organizations of the 20th century.
From Pompeii to Peru, take a tour of some of the world's most beautiful and significant archaeological sites. All images and clips available for licensing.
Did you know that Bridgeman administers the licensing of copyright for aproximately 170 artists and their estates? Now representing the Lucian Freud Estate
Discover over 15,000 high-quality illustrations from 'Look and Learn' - a weekly educational magazine for children published from 1962 - 1982.
With the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I coming in 2014, explore the last year of peace before the "war to end all wars."
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of London's Underground, explore both the history and artistic legacy of this network
It's that time of year to think up resolutions for 2013. (Well, at least for the first couple of weeks in January). Here's some inspiration from the archive.
Need ideas for the kids on your Christmas list? Get inspired with toys that have withstood the test of time.
Historical figures whose real-life antics would have made for great Bond characters.