Bridgeman Art Library have licensed a beautiful painting of an Indian elephant for to be used as packaging for bath salts, soaps and candles by Ortigia Srl. The license deal is for three years and runs from December 2012 with distribution worldwide, including Ortigia shops in London, Rome and Florence.
Sue Townsend, owner of Ortigia Srl, approached Bridgeman as they needed an image to communicate both the origin and the character of the essence of Indian sandalwood. The elephant image (see below) was ‘just perfect’ and Bridgeman’s service was ‘outstanding’.
Bridgeman’s image archive is growing all the time with world cultures represented from thousands of collections from across the world. Contact us for expert picture research, copyright clearance and high resolution images.
No need to send Friar Alessandro to Bethlehem with a camera crew when the perfect image is in the Bridgeman archive
The Cleveland Museum of Art recently unveiled a new interactive gallery and an award-winning iPad app that allows visitors to customize their museum experience. Over 175 images from the Bridgeman archive were licensed for this unique project.
The annual British designers’ collective boutique launched at Bicester Village using a Bridgeman heritage image