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
Celebrate the Jewish festival of Passover, or Pesach, with images in the Bridgeman archive.
Celebrating Tate Modern’s new exhibition, ‘Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs’, opening 17 April, we highlight his colourful paper creations available for licensing in our archive.
As one of Russia’s most prestigious museums turns 250, we explore the history of its impressive collection with images for licensing in our archive.
Bridgeman is thrilled that long standing Bridgeman artist, Colin Bootman is now a part of Bridgeman Studio!
Get ready for Easter (20th April) with our special galleries of images, from traditional religious paintings to strange vintage greeting cards.
View our seasonal image galleries of fresh colours, spring florals and new life
For centuries, artists have depicted the events surrounding Jesus's crucifixion. Full of emotion and symbolism, these scenes are reminders of the power of artistic expression.
With two epic Bible-inspired films released this year, we delve into the archive to examine contemporary artists' retellings of traditional religious art.
The contribution of dogs, horses, kangaroos & more during the Great War.
With all the buzz surrounding the new season of History Channel's "Vikings" and a new exhibition at London's British Museum, we count down the top 10 facts about these Norse seafarers with images from the archive.
Get geared up for the Tour de France this summer with our colorful cycling art prints.
Get ready for the 2014 Winter Olympics with our special galleries of images and clips dedicated to winter sports.
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 the centenary of World War One fast approaching, we have organized our content into key themes to aide your research.
Documentary photography in the archive showcasing inequality, and a desire for change, in early 20th-century America.
Step back in time with early 20th century wealthy and professional New Yorkers from the photographic archives of the Museum of the City of New York.
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.