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Bells Gallery

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Choose from 225 pictures in our Bells 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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George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, on 8 bells, 1863

George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, playing on eight bells at once, in the steeple of St James' Clerkenwell, London. The arrangement of the bell ropes are as follows: the first on his right thumb, the second on his left thumb, 3rd left elbow, 4th left hand, 5th left foot, 6th right hand, 7th right elbow, 8th right foot. He later went on to become steeple keeper of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Date: 1863

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Photograph of H B Irving playing Charles I by W. G. Wills

Charles I by W. G. Wills. First produced on 28th September 1872 . The play was written for Sir Henry Irving (6 February 1838 13 October 1905) and was one of several parts played by his son, Harry Brodribb, (5 August 1870 17 October 1919). Harry, pictured here, was commonly known as H B. The Lyons Mail and The Bells were also old Henry Irving favourites that H. B. played on this tour, which reached The Grand Theatre in Southampton on 14th October 1907. Date: 1907

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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The Bells, by Leopold Lewis, starring H B Irving

The Bells, by Leopold Lewis, first produced at the Lyceum Theatre, London, November 1871. Pictured here is Harry Brodribb Irving (1870-1919) in the role of Mathias. He was the son of Sir Henry Irving, who was identified with the role of Mathias more than with any other. The tour of which this production was part also included The Lyons Mail and Charles The First. One distant venue was the Londesborough Theatre, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, August 1908(?). Date: circa 1908

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library