Bridgeman's 12 Days of Christmas
Sing along with Bridgeman as we run down our version of 'The 12 Days of Christmas.'
'Tis the season for panto
Not just a modern British phenomenon. Oh, no, it's not! Read about its origins in ancient Greece and links with the Commedia dell'arte, a form of popular theatre in Italy.
As the newest movie in the Twilight saga makes box-office history, explore the history of the supernatural as seen in art and literature.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month...
In honour of Rememberance Day explore Bridgeman collections that document European and American military history and the conflicts and triumphs of the 20th century.
Hungarian Rhapsody
How much do you know about Hungarian modern art? Following the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain we introduce four artists.
Symbols of Freemasonry - a case for Robert Langdon
Go behind the curtain in Dan Brown's new novel and explore the world of secret societies
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Artists throughout the ages have borrowed and built upon those who have come before.
21st century Art
New work from some of Bridgeman's talented group of 500 contemporary artists.
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood - Desperate Romantics
Take a closer look at the art movement inspired by love, literature and truth to nature.
'This is the short and the long of it.'
Bridgeman dusts off the top 10 bestselling books of all time, all of which have relied heavily upon Bridgeman's archive for their illustrations.
Iranian art, architecture and artifacts at Bridgeman
75 years since Persia officially renamed Iran. Rediscover a rich cultural history.
Royal Academy exhibition runaway success
Major Russian collections under review following runaway success of Royal Academy exhibition
Defining Moment
The inauguration of Barack Obama as 44th President is a huge turning point for the United States. Take a look at past events that define a turbulent and triumphant history.
White Beauty
With Mark Wallinger's giant horse set to tower over the Kent landscape, we look back at at a tradition of the horse in British art
St. George the Dragon Slayer
Saint George is the patron saint of England. Popularly identified with England and English ideals of honour, bravery and gallantry but actually he wasn't English at all...
Coal Mining: A history
Over 25 years since the 1984 Coal Miners' strike
A Fresh Crop
From masterpieces by iconic artists to something more contemporary, let Bridgeman show you fresh ideas for your upcoming calendar lines.
Exotic Delights
New paintings by Nigel Hughes. Mayan Architecture and South American birds.
Stairway to Heaven
William Blake's 1809 Exhibition recreated at Tate Britain
Bird's Eye View
New panoramic images of London's landmarks by Francis Farmar
The Public Enemy Era
Bank robbers, bootleggers and national heroes. Take a look at our rogues gallery of faces and places of Chicago's public enemy era.
'Henry the Eighth I am, I am'
Shakespearean drama, the beheading of wives, sibling rivalry and a beloved red haired virgin; take a closer look at the Tudors through the eyes of the artists of the time.
A Journey through Asia
The Bridgeman Art Library has an impressive collection of Asian art from museums around the globe.
Travel Through Time
Travel through time with Bridgeman. Enhancing our fine art offerings are significant photographic collections
Art of the Feast
Thanksgiving is upon us. In honor of the holiday, we explore the enduring theme of food and celebration in art.
A Salute to Summer
Explore some Bridgeman collections rich in Americana and summer themes.

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