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Blossoms Gallery

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

Choose from 124 pictures in our Blossoms 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 Daughters of Babylon by Wilson Barrett Featured Print

The Daughters of Babylon by Wilson Barrett

The Daughters of Babylon by Wilson Barrett (1848 - 1904) and Robert Hichens (1864 - 1950). First produced at the Lyric Theatre on 6th February 1897. Depicted is Ishtar, the exquisite and infamous Strange Woman of Babylon. The artist is John Hassall. According to The Poster June 1898 Vol. 1 no. 1, p. 21, his work is shown here to great advantage. The Eastern atmosphere is still and balmy; the figure of the luscious and imposing woman gives feeling and repose. The colour too is delightful and sympathetic. Date: 1898

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

A scene from Apple Blossoms at the Globe Theatre, New York ( Featured Print

A scene from Apple Blossoms at the Globe Theatre, New York (

Wilda Bennet and the Beauty Chorus in a scene from Apple Blossoms at the Globe Theatre, New York (1919). Produced by Charles Dillingham Date: 1919

© Mary Evans / Jazz Age Club Collection

1920s, 20s, Age, Apple, Blossoms, Broadway, Charles, Dillingham, Entertainment, Globe, Jazz, New, Nightlife, Stage, Theatre, Twenties, York

Wildflower by Oscar Hammerstein & Otto Harbach Featured Print

Wildflower by Oscar Hammerstein & Otto Harbach

Promotional postcard for Wildflower by Oscar Hammerstein & Otto Harbach; music Vincent Younmans & Herbert Stothart (Casino Theatre, New York, 7th February 1923). First produced in England at the Shaftesbury Theatre, 17th February 1926. A musical in three acts, the plot concerns a pretty Italian farm girl with a fiery temper who will inherit a fortune if she can keep her temper for six months. She manages to do it, and also gets the money as well as her sweetheart, Guido. This image is for the Shaftesbury Theatre. Artist: E. P. Kinsella. Date: 1926

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library