Thomas Nast, William 'Boss' Tweed and Horace Greeley, from 'Harper's Weekly', 3rd August 1872
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR TRIAL
The individual (student, lecturer, researcher) agrees to abide by our terms and conditions when trialling and/or upon subscribing to the service. Students, staff and other users are bound by the following terms under the trial of the service:
The digital images are the property of The Bridgeman Art Library and our contributors. These contributors include museums, galleries, historic houses, photographers and artists.
Individuals are licensed to access and assess the content of the resource for educational purposes in accordance with their work or study. They are described in our full terms as 'Authorised End Users'.
For any further educational use, individuals should belong to a subscribing institution. During a trial, permitted educational use means: accessing the content by searching and retrieving images online, creating slideshows online and by assessing the content. This is described as ‘Authorised Use’.
During the trial period, specifically excluded are: disclosure of the username and password to any other individuals; downloading of images; any display or exposure of images which will be made available to anyone who is not an ‘Authorised End User’; selling or licensing coursework containing our images without paying the appropriate fee; preparation of coursework including lectures, notes, seminars, essays, dissertations and theses which will be used or presented within or outside the context of the courses or educational teaching. Conveniently we are able to grant an additional license for any commercial or non-educational use such as in these cases.
When the trial expires, the online service will no longer be available. Any individual requiring access to images will need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com if you are based in the Americas, to purchase a subscription.
Should a student, researcher, teacher or staff member require the rights to use images within the institution for any educational purpose, they may contact the relevant institution or inform us of the appropriate contact within their institution.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SUBSCRIBING TO THE SERVICE Summary of Terms and Conditions for Image Use
The university or institution agrees to abide by our terms and conditions upon subscribing to the service. All students, staff and other users are therefore bound by these terms under the subscripton licence.
You may access the full terms and conditions by clicking here
and the key points for users of the service are summarised below for convenience.
The digital images are the property of The Bridgeman Art Library and our contributors. These contributors include museums, galleries, historic houses, photographers and artists. Permitted Users
Students andstaff enrolled in courses, or employed by, the subscribing institution are licensed to use the images for educational purposes in the context of their work or within the confines of their study . They are described in our full terms as 'Authorised End Users'.Permitted Usage
Permitted educational use means: preparation of coursework including lectures, notes, seminars, essays, dissertations and theses, which will be used or presented within the context of the courses or educational teaching offered by the institution. It is described as “Authorised Use” in our full terms.
Specifically excluded are: Any display or exposure of images which will be made available to anyone who is not an ‘Authorised End User’. Selling or licensing coursework including the images outside the institution without paying the appropriate fee.
This means that; papers, dissertations, theses, lectures, coursework, presentations which are used or presented to persons outside the institution you belong to are excluded. In these case we can grant an additional license for any commercial or non-educational use.
Should a student, researcher, teacher or staff member require the rights to use images outside the institution for any purpose, they may contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
if based in America to obtain permission and a licence. A fee will usually apply. Permitted display and viewing
Our licence with the institution is very flexible. The digital images can be:
1) Viewed online
2) Downloaded as a slideshow and viewed offline
3) Downloaded individually and viewed offline
4) Downloaded for incorporation to VLE’s /LPs and intranets individually or incorporated into coursework
5) Printed from the site as individual images, slideshows or plain text using our print option
6) Incorporated into any software used for coursework and printed as required Crediting/Citing the Images
It is good academic practice to cite sources used when incorporating images, text, footage or the Copyright of any third party in coursework or research papers. You should keep a record of any images you have used or saved. Your department may have its own format, but our own guide as to citing of digital images is as follows:
Title, Date of work (if known), Medium (if known), Artist, Location, Bridgeman Education
The Last Supper, 1495-97 (fresco) Vinci, Leonardo da (1452-1519), Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy, Bridgeman Education
IN CASE OF TERMINATION OF THE SERVICE
Should the subscription service be terminated online access will no longer be available. Any individual requiring access to images will need to contact Bridgeman Education.
Any images which have been incorporated into coursework by students and teaching staff are allowed to remain as a record of that course or area of study. This includes slideshows which have been downloaded. However, any images downloaded or incorporated into Learning Platforms or VLEs must be destroyed if they are not an inherent part of a course that has already taken place.
If courses containing our images continue to be taught by the subscribing institution after termination then the images used in these courses must be removed and deleted. However, the entire course can be retained as a record and for revision by students. Bridgeman Education has pre-cleared rights to offer a fee on an image-by-image basis for courses, papers, publications or public lectures. For any image/s you need to continue to use, please contact: email@example.com.