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Armchair Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 137 pictures in our Armchair collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Windsor armchair and ladder-back armchair Featured Print

Windsor armchair and ladder-back armchair

Windsor armchair with a high-back double-bow and fleur-de-lys motif in the pierced central splat, made from beech, cherry and willow, with an elm seat. This chair bear's the maker's stamp of W.LOW who is currently untraced. It was probably made c.1790-1820. Date: c.1790-1820

© The Geffrye Museum of the Home / Mary Evans Picture Library

18th, Armchair, Ash, Background, Beech, Brown, Century, Chair, Cherry, Colour, Cotton, Elm, English, Furniture, Group, Horizontal, Image, Object, Objects, Pair, Regional, Rush, Seating, Shot, White, Windsor, Wooden

Driven From Home by Gilbert Hastings Macdermott Featured Print

Driven From Home by Gilbert Hastings Macdermott

Driven From Home by G. H. Macdermott (27 February 1845 8 May 1901). First produced at the Grecian Theatre on 31st July 1871. It was expanded by an unknown playwright and produced at the Grand Theatre in Birmingham on 10th October 1884 and then at the Pavilion Theatre on 14th June 1886. It was adapted by one of the Melville brothers around 1900. The caption reads: Wife and Daughter. Laura Raybrook is driven from home by her father, seated left, out into the snow, right, for marrying a man of whom he disapproves. Date: 1880s 1890s ?

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Artistic Smoker by H M Bateman Featured Print

The Artistic Smoker by H M Bateman

The Artistic Smoker by H M Bateman - or, Practice Makes Perfect. This illustration shows an artist teaching himself to blow smoke rings. His easel is abandoned in the background. Sitting in his armchair he practices more and more elaborate smoke patterns. A knot, question mark, exclamation mark, duck, dancing woman, a man. Eventually a whole farmyard with cow, milkmaid and chickens. His wife or housekeeper looks on in admiration. Date: 1922

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library