High-resolution digital images of artworks from the BMA permanent collection are available for research, publication, and commercial reproduction.
How to order
To request images, please first search our online collection for object details and note the artist/maker/culture, title/object name, and accession number of the artwork(s).
Then, compile the details of your use, either with a brief description or, if your project is a publication, following the guidelines below:
Scholarly/Nonprofit or Commercial Use (choose one):
Title of Publication/Project:
Type of Publication/Project:
Print Run Quantity, Download Limit, or Term Length:
Language(s) of Distribution:
Countries of Distribution:
E-publication (Y/N. If Y, in what form):
Image use, if in print(color or b/w, size relative to the page — 1/4, 1/2, full page, cover):
Other uses, if any (i.e. promotional, merchandise, web, video — please be specific):
Finally, send artwork information, use details, and your contact information in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note all requests are subject to review. Allow up to 12 weeks for order processing, depending on image availability and photography needs. Rush orders may be accommodated with some advance notice and payment of additional fees.
Accepted forms of payment include credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, AmericanExpress), wire transfers, and checks drawn from U.S. banks. The invoice will include all relevant information for completion of payment.
Payment and signed contract must be received in our office before digital images are delivered.
A significant portion, but not all, of the BMA’s collection is photographed. If you request a work that does not have photography, we may be able to photograph it at your request. If new photography is possible, you will be notified and provided with an anticipated completion date. Please note: New photography will incur additional fees.
The BMA reserves the right to cancel requests for new photography. Should this occur, you will be provided with an appropriate explanation and full refund.
While the Museum owns the works in its collection, it does not own the copyrights for the works. You are responsible for obtaining all other permissions required for your use of the art object(s) and the image(s).
Scholars with ArtStor accounts may browse a portion of the BMA collection in our image library.
For more information, please contact our Image Services and Rights Department at email@example.com.