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Culture, History

Muybridge In Motion

Eadweard Muybridge (9th April 1830 – 8th May 1904) was a pioneering photographer and inventor. Known worldwide for his contributions to art (with several technological patents to his name) his work was a forerunner to motion picture making in the days before flexible film strips. His most famous works are his […]

Culture

Summer of Love: Festival Season

Festivals have become a staple during the summer months, with over a thousand taking place in the UK alone. Now mega-festivals such as Glastonbury and Coachella attract millions of visitors every year, but there was a time when they were more low-key affairs, fuelled by the hippy movement of the sixties, promoting […]

Culture, History

Transport Worldwide: On The Move

  “Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.” — Erol Ozan   Discover the world of Transport through time with Bridgeman Footage. From across the world we present clips documenting the various forms of travel used throughout history. You’ll find 70’s documentary footage, home video travelogues, early black […]

Culture, History

Academic Inspiration: Chemistry

Whether you’re working on a textbook, academic project or e-learning application, Bridgeman Images is your comprehensive visual image and footage resource covering topics right across the curriculum. We take a look at the extensive content we have illustrating the most magical of the sciences, Chemistry. See below for our highlighted content.  We […]

Art, Culture, History

Around the World: China

China, the world’s most populous country, is a fascinating nation rich in culture and history. There are over 292 different languages spoken in China, with around 56 legally recognized distinct ethnic groups. Explore the Bridgeman archive for all the things that make China so inspiring and interesting. See below for […]