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Choose from 198 pictures in our Baths 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.

The swimming pool on board the Berengaria Featured Print

The swimming pool on board the Berengaria

A "Bath Club" at Sea: the modern liner's land-like buildings. Roman luxury aboard a giant liner crossing the Atlantic: a swimming bath modelled on that of Pompeii built of tiles and marble, with massive pillars and a glass roof. The swimming pool on board the Cunard ocean liner, Berengaria measuring 64 feet long by 41 feet wide, constructed of tiles and marble with mosaic work and fittings of bronze. Round the sides is a colonnade of massive pillars, supporting a glass roof which rises to the height of three decks above the bottom of the tank. Over the dressing rooms was a wide, upper gallery for spectators. A continuous cascade of fresh water entered the pool from a cascade at one end. The depth was graduated and 9 feet at its deepest. The ILN comments on the air of modern liners being akin to a palatial building on land and likens the pool to a similar one on board the White Star liner Majestic. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

WW2 Poster -- Typhus, How Is It Spread? Featured Print

WW2 Poster -- Typhus, How Is It Spread?

Information poster on typhus and how it is spread. Colour lithograph, British Army anti-typhus medical information poster, after 2nd Lieutenant Stacey Hopper. The poster poses questions, with illustrated answers, relating to the danger and prevention of Typhus and the lice that carry it. It was aimed, in particular, at troops on active service in Italy during World War Two. AL.63 was a DDT-based anti-louse powder used during World War Two to prevent infestation. Date: 1944

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Leicesters Roman remains excavated, 1936 Featured Print

Leicesters Roman remains excavated, 1936

Drawing by Alan Sorrell of excavations in progress in the city of Leicester in 1936 led by Kathleen Kenyon. The excavated Roman remains were initially thought by Kenyon to be a Roman forum, with the Roman-era Jewry Wall beside the site part of a basilica. However, later excavations showed that the site was probably a bath complex and the Jewry Wall part of that. The Illustrated London News in 1937 reports the find as the forum. Date: 1936

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans