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Actresses Gallery

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Choose from 370 pictures in our Actresses collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, 1937 Featured Print

Denham Studios restaurant by Tony Wysard, 1937

Intensively populated illustration by Tony Wysard, showing imagined diners at the restaurant at Denham Studios. Illustration includes a key to all caricatures portrayed but include David Niven and Gracie Fields (table 7), Rex Harrison, Lawrence Olivier and Vivien Leigh (table 5), and Charles Laughton (table 12). The artist shows himself peeping into the picture top left. Denham Studios covered over 28 acres in a 165 acre estate. There were seven sound stages, two of which were air-conditioned and the largest in Europe. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Edina Ronay Featured Print

Edina Ronay

Edina Ronay FRSA (born 1944, Budapest, Hungary) Anglo-Hungarian fashion designer and former actress, the daughter of food critic Egon Ronay and mother of actress/writer Shebah Ronay. In films and television from 1960, Ronay's numerous TV roles included The Avengers, No Hiding Place, Special Branch, The Champions and Jason King. She retired from acting in the mid-1970s to take up fashion design, specializing in knitwear; she eventually formed her own company in 1984. Pictured in London Life magazine in 1965 at the time her latest part was playing a harlot in a new Sherlock Holmes film, A Study in Terror (hence the harlot's outfit!). Date: 1965

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Fedora by Victorien Sardou - Australian actress Marie Lohr Featured Print

Fedora by Victorien Sardou - Australian actress Marie Lohr

Fedora by Victorien Sardou was first produced at the Theatre du Vaudeville in Paris, 12th December 1882. The English version by Herman Merivale was first produced at the Haymarket Theatre, London on 5th May 1883. This image shows Fedora outside her wounded fianc钳 sick room in Act I. Sardou created the role of his heroine, a passionate Russian princess, for Sarah Bernhardt, and most of Europes leading actresses played the part. In this revival for the Globe Theatre, London which started on 30th October 1920, it was played by Australian actress Marie Lohr. Date: 1920

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library