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Augustus

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Choose from 371 pictures in our Augustus 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.


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Patrons of the Cafe Royal

Sketches by H. H. Harris of various well-known artists, writers and celebrities of the 1930's who were regular patrons of the Cafe Royal in Regent Street, London. Left from top: Tilly Losch (dancer and actress), A. P. Herbert (writer and wit), L. Hore-Belisha (M.P responsible for the introduction of the driving test, 'Belisha Beacons' and conscription during World War II), Victoria Hopper (actress) and Joe Coyne (actor). Right from top: George Grossmith (actor, manager and playwright), Epstein (artist and sculptor), Augustus John (artist), Herman Finck (composer) and J. B. Priestley (author and playwright).

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Cheer, Boys! Cheer by Augustus Harris, Raleigh and Hamilton

Cheer, Boys! Cheer by Sir Augustus Harris (18 March 1852 22 June 1896), Cecil Raleigh (27 January 1856 10 November 1914) and Henry Hamilton (c. 1853 4 September 1918). First produced at the Drury Lane Theatre in London on 19th September 1895. The outbreak of war prompted the revival of this old melodrama at the Princes Theatre on 17th October 1914, as it dealt with military exploits in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, but it ran for only 33 performances. Reverse bears a stirring verse by Henry Russell? The artists' signature looks like S. Brimult? Date: 1914

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush, by Thomas and MacArthur

Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush, by Augustus Thomas and James MacArthur, from Ian MacLarens novel (1894). First produced at the Shakespeare Theatre, Liverpool, April 1905, and later at St Jamess Theatre, London, December 1905. The novel, one of the Kailyard school, exploited a sentimental image of life in small Scottish towns. For Durward Lely and William Mollisons Company, touring to the Grand Theatre, Swansea, September 1905, showing William Mollison in the role of Lachlan Campbell. Date: 1905

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library