April showers bring May flowers, so join us as we explore the fascinating history of flowers in art. More about - Blooming Marvelous!
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. More about - The Night Watch
We’ve selected our favorite celebration days from the international calendar, some serious, some silly, all genuine. More about - Strange Days
With the centenary of World War One fast approaching, we have organized our content into key themes to aide your research. More about - World War One Centenary
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. More about - National Women's Party
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. More about - Top Ten Lost Ancient Cities
Did you know that Bridgeman administers the licensing of copyright for aproximately 170 artists and their estates? Now representing the Lucian Freud Estate More about - Bridgeman Artists' Copyright Service
Discover over 15,000 high-quality illustrations from 'Look and Learn' - a weekly educational magazine for children published from 1962 - 1982. More about - Look and Learn Collection
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." More about - 1913: The Year Before the Great War
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of London's Underground, explore both the history and artistic legacy of this network More about - 150 years on The London Underground
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. More about - New Year's Resolutions for 2013
Need ideas for the kids on your Christmas list? Get inspired with toys that have withstood the test of time. More about - All I want for Christmas is...
ArchiveA 007 Inspired Top Ten The American President Lighting up the Camera Anna Karenina's Russia Stolen! A fusion of art, science and literature Now representing: Cleveland Museum of Art Top 10 Bombshells The Art of Collecting Celebrating Jamaica at 50 New U.S. Collections Leni Riefenstahl Dorando Pietri and the 1908 Olympic Marathon British Council Collection The Visconti Tarot Deck Into The Wild Blue Yonder Images with Impact Engineering The Future Peacetime Propaganda: Buy Empire Words of Wisdom from a few Mad Men The Emmett Till Trial Inspiration for Calendar Products Schlesinger Library Literary Blind Dates from Hell 150 years of Gustav Klimt A Snapshot of Life on the Titanic In Memoriam Bah Humbug! What the Dickens? Collection Preview: The Free Library of Philadelphia Race to the South Pole Philadelphia Museum of Art The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C. Corcoran Gallery of Art Elsa Schiaparelli Luncheon of the Boating Party Images for Museums & Galleries Images for Advertising Images for Trade Publishing Images For Television & Film Color Trends for 2011 Scott Polar Research Institute The Known World One Voyage Too Far The Hugh Lane & The Lobkowicz Collections Pedro Diego Alvarado Symbolism in Diego Rivera's Detroit Industry Murals Daily Life in Mesoamerica Stars and Stripes (Secret) Lives of the Artists The A-Team The Middle Passage A Fragile Freedom March Towards Equality The Lowe Art Museum Pearls of Wisdom Wanted: Dead or Alive The Perfect Calendar Denver Public Library 150th Anniversary of the Civil War The birds and the bees... April Fools! Hagley Museum & Library There's an app for that. Invented by Accident Double Takes And the Oscar goes to... Christie's Images Now representing: Cincinnati Art Museum What's your sign? Royal Collection: behind the paintings Royal Pets Political Folly The All-Americans Urban Intimacy The National Parks Haunted Hell & The Sublime Katsushika Hokusai Corsets, Codpieces and Crinolines Hair, Beautiful Hair The Way We Were Proverbs & Popular Sayings The Regime Against Art Art Against The Regime Caravaggio: The Light and Dark An American's guide to the World Cup Beatrice Coron Museum of London Detroit's Temple of Art LOST and Found The Joys of Getting LOST Nine Muses Quilts & Crafts Back in Fashion The Art of National Geographic The Written Word The Architecture of Prayer Rites, Ritual and Ceremony Inspiration for 2011 & 2012 Calendars Sculpture in the Louvre: A Private Tour Because of women... Iranian art, architecture and artifacts at Bridgeman Villa Valmarana ai Nani Wooing 101:</br>The Art of Falling in Love National Gallery of Australia It's Always Summer Somewhere And a partridge in a pear tree... Supernatural Art Art of the Feast Berlin Wall: 20th Anniversary of the Fall Veterans Day We Love New York Anne Truitt: Pioneer of 1960s American Minimalism 21st century Art After.... Symbols of Freemasonry - a case for Robert Langdon 'Once upon a time...' Rhythms of Modern Life 'To see or not to see...'</br>Shakespeare in the Park 'This is the short and the long of it.' Detroit Institute of Arts From Sea to Shining Sea Now representing: The Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute Public Enemy: John Dillinger A Salute to Summer Christmas in June? Now representing: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Galleries A Journey through Asia Celebrate Easter: Painting The Passion Bridgeman purchases the Boltin Picture Library The Tudors 500th Anniversary The Design Library Butler Institute of American Art Bridgeman's National Treasures A Fresh Crop Rivalry in Renaissance Venice Et tu, Brute? Charles Darwin Reasons to hate Valentine's Day February marks 200 years since the birth of Abraham Lincoln President Obama: A Defining Moment Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) The Art of the Photograph Out of copyright in 2009 Happy 2009 Vive la nudite! Peter Newark American Pictures Imagine all of the people Travel Through Time Sign of the Times Walk on the Wild Side