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Hogarth: A Rake’s Progress

Posted by Published on May 30, 2017

Sex, Booze and Debauchery in 18th-Century London William Hogarth (1697-1764) grew up in the less than salubrious streets around Smithfield meat market in London.  The British artist knew the underbelly of the metropolis from an early age and created a series of paintings satirising contemporary customs. A Rake’s Progress (1733) tells the story of Tom Rakewell, a young man who follows a path of vice and self-destruction. The…

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If you happen to find yourself in Paris or New York this coming October, do pay a visit to the Mairie of the French city’s 1st Arrondissement, or New York’s Chetkin Gallery, to see the upcoming retrospective exhibition of the French artist Boissegur. Boissegur, whose copyright is represented by Bridgeman, studied at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts and has exhibited internationally in major cities such as London, New York…

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Constable and Brighton exhibition

Posted by Published on April 25, 2017

A new exhibition, Constable and Brighton, curated by artist Peter Harrap at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery (8th April to 8th October 2017) explores John Constable’s time in Brighton between 1824 to 1828 through his paintings – with an accompanying book published by Scala. In October 2010 I left London with my partner and fellow artist Natasha Kissell. By strange serendipity, after renovating our Brighton studio, we found…

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Artists on Film

Posted by Published on April 5, 2017

One of the beautiful things about the invention of the camera is the preservation of fleeting, real moments on film, which have provided us with a richer understanding of the past 100 years: its movements, its people and their achievements. Fine art has played a vital role in shaping history and documentary film has allowed us to put faces to the names behind some of…

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You are cordially invited to Bridgeman Studio artist Xavier Cortada’s solo exhibition in Florida this April. Xavier Cortada Cortada is a renowned American artist residing in Miami, Florida. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries across America, Europe and Africa. He has a very impressive list of clients and has been commissioned to create work for the White House, the World Bank, the Florida…

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Visit ‘House Style: Five Centuries of Fashion’ at Chatsworth From the 25th March, Chatsworth will present an exhibition exploring the history of fashion and adornment: House Style: Five Centuries of Fashion at Chatsworth. The exhibition will bring to life the captivating individuals from the Cavendish family, including Bess of Hardwick; the 18th century “Empress of Fashion” Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire; model Stella Tennant and Adele Astaire,…

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Lee Campbell Art Exhibition

Posted by Published on February 15, 2017

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 of challenging settings to paint in and thus depicts diverse subject matters, from ballet shoes…

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There is something incredibly intimate about looking into someone’s sketchbooks, a raw, naked exposure into the mind of an individual. This was the feeling that I had when I was invited to the National Portrait Gallery for a private viewing (and breakfast) at the Lucian Freud sketchbook exhibition, and I loved it.  Walking into the exhibition space it was nice to actually have some, space that is!…

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As you do on a Monday morning in marketing you browse your colleagues calendars to see when and where they will be going. There is always a trade show they will attend, a client they will visit, a nice exhibition opening they are invited to… Guess where the Bridgeman Berlin Team will be going the 11th and 12th June? Not in the Dog House (ah….

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Football: Our Beautiful Game

Posted by Published on May 10, 2016

Dive into the history of England’s football glory with the National Football Museum’s collection of memorabilia. Preparations are underway for a 1966 World Cup exhibition.     Manchester United is not the only reason for a football fan to head northwards; Manchester is also the new home to the National Football Museum, which proudly presents the finest collection of football memorabilia ever assembled by Harry Langton,…

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