Images of Empire
Now representing the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum
New Collection: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
We explore the treasures within The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, through images in the Bridgeman archive.
Neil Libbert: Chronicler of Our Times
From a young Helen Mirren to the Brixton Riots, explore our new collection of era-defining photography. Award-winning photojournalist Neil Libbert talks to Bridgeman about his career.
Peter Newark American Pictures: Ten Years
Peter Newark reveals all about his fabulous collection of American historical pictures, exclusively represented by Bridgeman for over ten years.
Collection Focus: Art Gallery of Ontario
Browse hundreds of new images from the world’s largest collection of Canadian art for licensing.
State Hermitage Museum
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.
Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo
Now representing one of the world’s finest collections on 7th-19th century Islamic history.
New Collection: Royal Shakespeare Company
Explore the world of William Shakespeare with the art collection of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
National Women's History Month
March is National Women's History Month, it's timely to highlight an archive which honors and preserves the contributions of women to the social history of our nation, the Schlesinger Library at Harvard's Radcliffe Institute.
Davis Museum at Wellesley College
Now representing this distinguished collection of cultural objects from around the globe, housed in one of America’s most esteemed women's colleges.
New Collection: Mead Art Museum
Now representing the collection of Amherst College, USA, celebrated for its diverse range of artworks dating from antiquity to the avant-garde
Bethlem Royal Hospital Museum
Poignant artwork from one of the world’s oldest hospitals for the treatment of mental illness.
World War One in Color
Rare, vibrant color autochromes documenting the soldiers and battles of the First World War.
Now representing: Compton Verney
Includes the UK’s largest collection of British Folk Art, portraits of Tudor Royals and Northern European art.
Blenheim Palace
Look inside the art collection of this World Heritage site and birthplace of Sir. Winston Churchill.
The treasures of Kenwood house
After a £6 million revamp, London's Georgian gem, Kenwood House, has re-opened to the public. Explore an art collection that includes paintings by Vermeer and Rembrandt
New Collection: Mark Gerson portrait photography
Literary personalities of the 20th century now in the Bridgeman archive
Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
Bridgeman is delighted to announce its representation of this Chicago museum whose collection tells the story of centuries of American progress and innovation.
Now representing: the Derby Museum and Art Gallery
Some of Joseph Wright's most famous images are available at Bridgeman for licensing now.
The de Gaulle Archive online
From the private man to the political leader, explore the family photographs and key historic moments of the former President of the French Republic.

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