Gifts with Art and Soul: Bridgeman Images acquires CultureLabel

We are delighted officially to announce our purchase of online arts marketplace CultureLabel.com.

 

CultureLabel is a unique website that curates art and design-led products from top museums, art galleries and independent designers in one place, including Bridgeman’s own represented collections The Courtauld Gallery, The Wallace Collection and National Galleries of Scotland.

 

 

A Dance to the Music of Time, c.1634-36 (oil on canvas), Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665) / © Wallace Collection, London, UK
A Dance to the Music of Time, c.1634-36 (oil on canvas), Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665) / © Wallace Collection, London, UK

 

 

A Dance to the Music of Time Glasses Case and Cloth, The Wallace Collection / CultureLabel.com
A Dance to the Music of Time Glasses Case and Cloth, The Wallace Collection / CultureLabel.com

 

 

Gifts with Art and Soul

Founded in 2009, CultureLabel has built up an impressive reputation for offering gifts with a clear connection to the art and cultural institutions it comes from.

Products range from jewellery inspired by art history's greatest masterpieces to limited-edition contemporary art prints. 

 

 

Silver Water-Lily Necklace, The National Gallery / CultureLabel.com
Silver Water-Lily Necklace, The National Gallery / CultureLabel.com

 

 

Waterlilies, Evening (detail) (oil on canvas), Claude Monet (1840-1926) / Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris, France
Waterlilies, Evening (detail) (oil on canvas), Claude Monet (1840-1926) / Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris, France

 

 

Accessible art and design

Bridgeman Images has long applauded CultureLabel's close collaborations with museums and galleries to make art and design more accessible to a wider audience. The acquisition of CultureLabel is an extension of our own continuing efforts to promote the collections of museums, galleries and artists around the world. 

 

 

Sunflowers Coffee Tray, The National Gallery / CultureLabel.com
Sunflowers Coffee Tray, The National Gallery / CultureLabel.com

 

 

Sunflowers, 1888 (oil on canvas), Vincent van Gogh (1853-90) / National Gallery, London, UK
Sunflowers, 1888 (oil on canvas), Vincent van Gogh (1853-90) / National Gallery, London, UK

 

 

Victoria Bridgeman, CEO of Bridgeman Images
Victoria Bridgeman, CEO of Bridgeman Images

 

“The go-to site for any art inspired gift.”

 

Victoria Bridgeman, CEO of Bridgeman Images, says: 


"When the founders of CultureLabel first approached us, we instantly recognised the fantastic opportunity to combine Bridgeman's expertise in licensing content from international cultural institutions, galleries and artists with CultureLabel's commercial platform offering unique art and craft gifts to a growing audience."


“We are working hard to re-invest in this valued brand, making the CultureLabel platform the go-to site for any art-inspired gift.  Whether it be a limited-edition print, an original artwork, a piece of hand-crafted jewellery or ceramics, Culturelabel will be the website of choice.


“Bridgeman and CultureLabel are ideally positioned to build on the relationships between arts institutions, designers, craftsmen and artists to create quality products for an international market and return a steady revenue stream back into the arts sector. We look forward to extending the CultureLabel offering to our own pool of talented Bridgeman Studio artists and Bridgeman-represented collections soon. Watch this space!”

 

National Galleries of Scotland exclusive: Moonstruck - John Byrne Silk Square / CultureLabel.com
National Galleries of Scotland exclusive: Moonstruck - John Byrne Silk Square / CultureLabel.com

 

 

A selection of art prints / CultureLabel.com
A selection of art prints / CultureLabel.com

 

Find out more:

Visit the CultureLabel website

 

Need help with a project?

Contact our sales team who can help you with research and copyright clearance. If you can't find what you are looking for, we can work with our collections to source it for you. New images and clips are being uploaded every day.

 

 


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