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Benjamin Gallery

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Choose from 367 pictures in our Benjamin 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.


The Beggars Opera, Aldeburgh Festival 1963 Featured Print

The Beggars Opera, Aldeburgh Festival 1963

English Opera Group production of The Beggar's Opera (John Gay, in Britten's realization) at the Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh, 20 June 1963. Act III, near end; at Newgate Gaol. Macheath (Peter Pears) centre background; left of lower steps, Lockit (Bryan Drake) and Lucy (Heather Harper); in right foreground Polly (Janet Baker) is restrained by Mrs Peachum (Anna Pollak) and Peachum (Harold Blackburn) Date: 1963

© Walter Rawlings/Mary Evans Picture Library

Key figures behind tariff reform from Birmingham area Featured Print

Key figures behind tariff reform from Birmingham area

The key figures behind tariff reform from the Birmingham area. Tariff Reform introduced by Joseph and Austen Chamberlain in 1903. This move aimed to broaden the basis of taxation, to introduce a preference, and to stimulate home industries and increase employment. Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1903, Austen, Basis, Benjamin, Bill, Birmingham, Broaden, Chamberlain, Collings, Finance, Fiscal, Francis, Historical, History, Jesse, Joseph, Lowe, Member, Members, Middlemore, Midlands, Money, Morpeth, New, Parkes, Parliament, Politician, Politicians, Politics, Portraits, Reform, Stone, System, Tariff, Taxation

Benjamin Britten with his Alvis Graber Featured Print

Benjamin Britten with his Alvis Graber

Colin Graham (left) and Benjamin Britten leaving his Graber bodied Alvis convertible. The man on the right is unidentified. This was during rehearsals for the Beggar's Opera a few yards north of the Jubilee Hall, outside what was then Festival Cottage in Crabbe Street (renamed in 1970s-80s Huw House after the welsh-born dachshund who lived in it with Jennifer Andrewes) Date: 1962

© Walter Rawlings/Mary Evans Picture Library