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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Bert Gallery

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

Choose from 83 pictures in our Bert 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.


Now, Bert! FORGET IT!, 1945 (c) Featured Print

Now, Bert! FORGET IT!, 1945 (c)

Sunday Chronicle ?Now, Bert! FORGET IT!?, 1945 (c).Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading, by Harry Riley, 1945 (c); signed lower left, ?Riley?.A husband pushing a pram, with his wife and two screaming infants, glances wistfully towards an army recruiting poster.From a collection of working drawings intended for printing and publication, probably in the Sunday Chronicle; with pencil inscribed title and notes.Associated with World War Two, Home Front (1939-1945). Date: circa 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Valuable Fragments from Flanders, by Bairnsfather Featured Print

Valuable Fragments from Flanders, by Bairnsfather

Valuable Frangments from Flanders
It All Comes to this in Time
"This interesting fragment found near Ypres (known to the ancients as Wipers) throws a light on a subject which has long puzzled science, i.e. what was the origin and meaning of those immense zigzag slots in the ground stretching from Ostend to Belfort? There is no doubt that there was some inter-tribal war on at this period." - Extract from The Bystander, A.D. 4916
Cartoon by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather in The Bystander
1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Bairnsfatherland Featured Print

Bairnsfatherland

Bert: "'Ere, ave a look at this photo of my bit'".
Old Bill: "Hum! Yer likes em plain, I see"
The work of Captain Bruce Bairnsfather is brought to life on the stage of the Hippodrome, London, in a sketch entitled Bairnsfatherland'. Part of a revue entitled, Flying Colours, it was the joint creation of Bairnsfather himself and Basil Macdonald Hastings. Old Bill (on the right) was played by John Humphries, and Bert by Charles Berkeley.
1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans