Tag: Bridgeman Studio

BAL67434 The Last Lap, Penny Farthing Race woven silk Stevengraph, by Thomas Stevens of Coventry, 1872; © Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry, UK;  out of copyright
Art, Culture, History

The Evolution of the Bicycle

According to some historians it is almost 200 years since the first documented bike ride by Karl von Drais in 1817 and the city of Mannheim in Germany is planning to celebrate this bicentenary with a major exhibition. The answer to the question of who invented the first bicycle often depends upon the nationality of who […]

Spotty (Arabian Leopard Cub), 2008 by Mark Adlington / Bridgeman Images
Art, Culture

Cute Animals

Pets are a great way to beat the blues, offering unconditional love and companionship. No furry-legged friend? Well, your next best bet is a specially curated gallery of adorable pups, cute cubs and curious kittens from the whole spectrum of art history and beyond, sure to warm the cockles of […]

Art, What's On

Lee Campbell Art Exhibition

Visit Bridgeman Studio artist Lee Campbell’s solo show at The Baxter Gallery, Kingston Grammar School in London Lee Campbell has been showing her colourful paintings nationally and internationally for over 20 years. Her works particularly embrace the hazy atmosphere of England’s landscapes and its haunting, misty mornings. She seeks a variety […]

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 […]

What's On

Join Varpu for screenprinting workshop in Islington… drinks on Bridgeman!

Varpu Kronholm is a Finnish surface pattern designer who combines digital and organic elements, to produce dreamy, contemporary designs inspired by the natural world. Originally trained as a fashion designer, a passion for pattern steered her towards a career in freelance textile design. Now based in London, her work is available for licensing […]