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Brow Gallery

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Choose from 91 pictures in our Brow 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.

Ragtime, Arab horse decorated with WW1 medals Featured Print

Ragtime, Arab horse decorated with WW1 medals

Ragtime, also known as Raggie, was a grey Arab horse, pictured here with his five medals displayed on his brow band. Three were for service during World War One, one for the Arab Revolt, and one for long service and good conduct. Born at a regimental farm in India in 1910, Ragtime served in Mesopotamia with the cavalry under his master Michael Willoughby, the 11th Baron Middleton. In Summer 1916, they parted company, with Lord Middleton returning to India, and Raggie being sold to the government, going to a horse depot. After the Armistice, they were fortuitously reunited with at a polo match in Bagdad. In January 1924, Raggie was sent to Birdsall House, Lord Middleton's Yorkshire seat, where he lived a well-earnt life of comfort and ease, travelled to York once a year to collect money for horses and other animals in need

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Golliwoggs Bicycle Club - Golliwogg cutting down wood Featured Print

The Golliwoggs Bicycle Club - Golliwogg cutting down wood

Golliwogg cutting down wood to make the bicycles. The book charts Golliwogg's adventures with his dutch peg doll friends Peggy, Weg, Meg, Sarah Jane and the dinky little Midget. This is the 2nd title in a 13-book series of Golliwogg books written by mother Bertha and illustrated by daughter Florence. The tale revolved around their travels around the globe on homemade bicycles (and the disasters that befall them!). These books gave the origination of the term golliwogg, now seen as highly un-PC and socially-unacceptable for reasons of supposed racial stereotyping and changing political attitudes, despite the innocent intent of the original creation, set in a time of wildly different social norms'. Date: 1896

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Cossyphra caffra, cape robin-chat Featured Print

Cossyphra caffra, cape robin-chat

Ff. 147a. Watercolour painting by George Forster annotated Turdus phoenicurus and made during Captain James Cook's second voyage to explore the southern continent (1772-75)

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

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