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Choose from 47 pictures in our Careful collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


War Wounds Slowly Mending - repairs to towns in France Featured Print

War Wounds Slowly Mending - repairs to towns in France

Restoring the devastated towns of Northern France. Montage of sketches by Helen McKie showing the careful rebuilding and restoration of towns in France devastated during the First World War. 1 - centre image - Workmen on one of the old houses in the Grand Place at Arras. Many of the picturesque houses of the 16th century were partially destroyed and great care was taken to preserve them as close to the original. 2. The new Lens. The whole countryside a mass of new houses - everywhere the work of rapid reconstruction in progress though the marks of war are still seen in the form of disused huts, ruins, unused shells and barbed wire. 3. Planting new trees along the road where nothing but the dead stumps of old ones remains. 4. In one of the old sleeping huts converted into an estaminet for workmen. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A case for careful navigation Featured Print

A case for careful navigation

A case for careful navigation. Illustration shows a ship labeled Republic flying a banner labeled USA. navigating storm-tossed seas with a whirlpool labeled Socialism and cliffs labeled Plutocracy nearby. Date 1906 May 16. A case for careful navigation. Illustration shows a ship labeled Republic flying a banner labeled USA. navigating storm-tossed seas with a whirlpool labeled Socialism and cliffs labeled Plutocracy nearby. Date 1906 May 16

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

A bathtime scene, by A. E. Bestall Featured Print

A bathtime scene, by A. E. Bestall

Small Girl (owner of the teddy bear), after careful inspection of herself after her bath: You know, mummy, God must be magic, He's made me without a single seam! An illustration at bathtime of a mother drying her little girl. Alfred Bestall (1892-1986) is best-known as the artist who drew Rupert Bear for thirty years. Previous to this, Bestall produced more than forty colour illustrations for The Tatler as well as countless humorous line drawings and cartoon sketches

© Estate of Alfred Bestall/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library