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Caring Gallery

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

Choose from 61 pictures in our Caring 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.


Girl playing Nurse Featured Print

Girl playing Nurse

A young girl in her nurses outfit, tends to her teddy's injuries with copious bandaging, whilst a pet cat watches on. She seems to be getting her medical knowledge from the First Aid manual in her lap. {Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

© Mary Evans/Malcolm Greensmith

Aid, Apron, Bandage, Bandages, Bear, Bonnet, Caring, Cat, Cross, Game, Greensmith, Health, Historical, History, Malcolm, Manual, Medicine, Nurse, Nurses, Nursing, Pet, Play, Playing, Reading, Reads, Red, Sandals, Teddy

Our Women in War Time - ladies looking after army remounts Featured Print

Our Women in War Time - ladies looking after army remounts

Page from The Tatler reporting on the ladies of Berkshire who, under the 'generalship' of Mr Cecil Aldin, South Berks (famous sporting & animal artist as well as Master of the Foxhounds), were conditioning army remounts at one of the depots in Berkshire. Miss Iris Ford and her sister, 'who are very well known in London' are seen in the picture. All the work from stables to exercise is done by well-known hunting ladies under the supervision of a 'head lad' who was also a lady! The Tatler describes the work as done along 'very businesslike lines and is very hard, the hours being from 7 am to 6:30pm). Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Lieutenant-General Douglas Haig Featured Print

Lieutenant-General Douglas Haig

Portrait by John St. Helier Lander of Douglas Haig (1861-1921), Commander of the First Corps of the British Expeditionary Force. He succeeded Sir John French as Commander in Chief in December 1915 and led Britain through an exhausting war of attrition for which he was much criticised. After the war, he devoted his time to caring for British ex-servicemen founding the Royal British Legion.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans