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2 Red Peppers, Angela Easterling, Bridgeman Images
Art, Culture, History

Angela Easterling: Exposing Nature

Featured on Bridgeman Gallery, the Bridgeman Studio platform selling original art via CultureLabel.com, Angela Easterling’s unique style of cameraless photography. Angela Easterling works with the earliest forms of photography, the photogram and the cyanotype, to create stylish contemporary images of nature. Influenced by the work of 19th century photographer Fox Talbot […]

Feasting with the family on Christmas Eve, cover illustration from 'Le Petit Journal' December 1907 (litho) by French School,  Private Collection;  Roger-Viollet, Paris
Art, Culture, History

Art of the Feast

It’s time to let out your belt as the seasonal holiday period is upon us. As well as a religious occasion, Christmas is a time to sit around the table with loved ones, enjoy a plentiful feast and be thankful for our blessings. In honour of the holiday, we explore […]

Swan down, 2017, (manipulated photography), Helen White, Bridgeman Studio
Art, Culture, History

Art to Soothe your Soul

For #NationalStressAwarenessDay beat stress with a curated gallery of calming images. Throughout the ages philosophers have wrestled with the notion of art and beauty. From his periodic reference to mathematics in relation to beautiful objects it is often assumed that Aristotle believed there to be a certain order to beauty. In the […]

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Inside Lucian Freud’s Studio

Lucian Freud (1922 – 2011) is one of the most well-known and influential painters of the 20th century, yet in spite of his fame, he remained an intensely private figure. David Dawson, also an artist, met Freud in 1990 and worked as his assistant for the next 20 years, photographing the artist in every […]

BAL6702 The Cyclops, c.1914 (oil on canvas) by Redon, Odilon (1840-1916); 64x51 cm; Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller, Otterlo, Netherlands; French,  out of copyright
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Odilon Redon: 100 years

The 6th July, 2016 marks a century since the death of the French symbolist painter, printmaker, draughtsman and pastellist, Odilon Redon. Discover his enchanting works and the inspirations behind them: Early talent Odilon Redon (1840-1916) , Guy & Mockel (19th-20th century) / Archives Larousse, Paris, France Odilon Redon began drawing […]