Artimage recently worked with Barbican Art Gallery to supply imagery and clear reproductions of artwork for the publication, Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector. It accompanies the Barbican’s latest exhibition presenting the fascinating personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists.
With International Workers' Day fast-approaching on 1 May 2015, we reveal some fascinating photographs of world-renowned artists at work. Many of these photographs have rarely been seen before and are exclusively available to license through Artimage.
The Last Supper was famously portrayed in ‘Renaissance man’, Leonardo Da Vinci's celebrated, late 15th century mural painting. The biblical scene and Da Vinci's well-known depiction continue to be referenced in art today. Explore various representations on Artimage.
The Artimage team will be hosting a stall at Fotofringe London on Thursday 23 April 2015. If you are on the lookout for eye-catching contemporary imagery, come and speak to us to learn more about our image collection and streamlined licensing service.
Francis Bacon’s first solo institutional exhibition in the UK was held at the ICA in 1955, yet surprisingly, very little is known about it. The archival display FB55, on view at the ICA from 24 March 2015, revisits this seminal exhibition.
Roy Lichtenstein is the subject of a major new ARTIST ROOMS exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, opening on 13 March 2015. Artimage worked closely with the gallery to supply images and clear the rights for reproductions of Roy Lichtenstein's artwork in promotional materials for the exhibition, on behalf of the Estate of Roy Lichtenstein.