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Burn Gallery

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

Choose from 112 pictures in our Burn 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 Christian King by Wilson Barrett Featured Print

The Christian King by Wilson Barrett

The Christian King by Wilson Barrett (18 February 1846 22 September 1904). First produced at the Princes Theatre in Bristol on 6th November 1902 and the Adelphi Theatre in London on 18th December 1902. King Alfred is in an unlikely red cloak. Wilson Barett was both a playwright and actor and starred as King Alfred (or, Alfred of Engle-Land) in this production. The caption reads The Burning of the Cakes (Act IV scene 1). The image is reproduced in an undated David Allen poster catalogue, no. 373. Date: 1902

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Stunt woman rides through flames on motorbike Featured Print

Stunt woman rides through flames on motorbike

Sue, 23, one of a team of stunt women, rides her motorbike through a twenty-foot long tunnel of burning hay bales. Wearing only a T-shirt and hot pants she entered the tunnel at 60 mph and emerged a few seconds later with both her motorbike and her pants on fire. Stunt arranger Joe Weston-Webb rapidly doused the flames with a bucket of water and Sue was left unharmed but with both her pants and her dignity in tatters. Seen here is Sue in a helmet, with helpers adjusting a safety mask over her face. Date: circa 1970s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON

Lady Drogheda & her children, aircraft exhibition 1918 Featured Print

Lady Drogheda & her children, aircraft exhibition 1918

The Countess of Drogheda, born Kathleen Moore Pelham Burn married the 10th Earl of Drogheda in 1909 and divorced him in 1922 to marry Guillemo Delanda a polo player. A keen sportswoman she played tennis at Wimbledon, learnt to fly and worked helping refugees during the First World War. Pictured in The Tatler with her children, Viscount Moore and Lady Patricia Moore. She was known as the Flying Countess - at the time her aviation exhibition had raised over 6000 in London and In Ireland. She arranged the exhibition initially at the Grosvenor Galleries aiming to raise funds for charity and to encourage men to join the Royal Flying Corps (RAF). It later travelled to the United States. During Tank Week in 1918, she flew over London with the Squadron-Commander, the Master of Semphill (the Hon. William Francis Forbes-Semphill) and dropped leaflets in Trafalgar Square exhorting the public to buy war bonds. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans