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Choose from 31 pictures in our Chases collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Bas de Soie by Harold Earnshaw
Bas de Soie by Harold Earnshaw
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A Country Mouse by Arthur Law
A Country Mouse by Arthur Law
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After the Girl by Paul M Rubens
After the Girl by Paul M Rubens
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Aladdin at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh
Aladdin at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh
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When Knights Were Bold by Charles Marlowe
When Knights Were Bold by Charles Marlowe
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Suffragette Chicken Chases Cat
Suffragette Chicken Chases Cat
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Suffragette Wild Women Greyfriars Miss. Boxer
Suffragette Wild Women Greyfriars Miss. Boxer
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Bonzo and Chee-Kee keep smiling by George Studdy
Bonzo and Chee-Kee keep smiling by George Studdy
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Beatrice Chases Cottage
Beatrice Chases Cottage
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Football Terms Illustrated - A Plucky Try - Running for bus
Football Terms Illustrated - A Plucky Try - Running for bus
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British Buldog chases off a German Dachshund
British Buldog chases off a German Dachshund
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Life of Saint Mauro. 12th c. Saint Mauro hits
Life of Saint Mauro. 12th c. Saint Mauro hits
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Bonzo and Chee-Kee keep smiling by George Studdy Featured Print

Bonzo and Chee-Kee keep smiling by George Studdy

Bonzo and Chee-Kee keep smiling -- the Pekingese watches Bonzo having his bath, after which he chases her, knocks into the coal scuttle and makes himself dirty all over again. George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), was the creator of Bonzo, a small dog with saucer-like eyes and indiscriminate breeding who first appeared in the Sketch in 1922. The Bonzo craze swept the world resulting in postcards, annuals, toys and other merchandise. Credit should read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evans Date: 7 March 1923

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evans

A boy and his dog in trouble for chasing chickens
A boy and his dog in trouble for chasing chickens
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The Motor Cyclist and the Magnetic Shell
The Motor Cyclist and the Magnetic Shell
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Trick Riders of the 16th and 5th British Lancers
Trick Riders of the 16th and 5th British Lancers
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Dog Chases Cat up Tree
Dog Chases Cat up Tree
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Fox chasing rabbits
Fox chasing rabbits
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Comic Postcard - A run on the Bank
Comic Postcard - A run on the Bank
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Hare Hunting / Silk
Hare Hunting / Silk
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Chasing the Fox Aldin
Chasing the Fox Aldin
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Children and Dog Onbeach
Children and Dog Onbeach
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Wizard of Oz/Wildcat
Wizard of Oz/Wildcat
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Bicycling Bear and Pig
Bicycling Bear and Pig
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Herakles and the Hind
Herakles and the Hind
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The Motor Cyclist and the Magnetic Shell Featured Print

The Motor Cyclist and the Magnetic Shell

"The Motor Cyclist and the Magnetic Shell: A Military Fantasy" H. M. Bateman's animated, slightly maniac style is perfectly suited to this sequential cartoon showing a motorcyclist being relentlessly pursued by a shell. The arbitrary and indiscriminate nature of shell fire, whether shrapnel or high explosive, was one of the hardest aspects of warfare to bear, and there was little infantry soldiers could do except try to find shelter. The resultant wounds could be horrifying, and yet, while a shell burst might dismember one man, another man close by might escape unharmed. Bateman's nightmarish narrative suggests that some soldiers must have felt that certain shells had their name written on them. Date: 1917

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Hunting with Airships
Hunting with Airships
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Fairy Chases Dragonfly
Fairy Chases Dragonfly
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Hunting Alphabet - N
Hunting Alphabet - N
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Trafalgar/Nelson`s Chase
Trafalgar/Nelson`s Chase
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Bismarck/Rohling/Page 2
Bismarck/Rohling/Page 2
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Elves/Harum Scarum Galop
Elves/Harum Scarum Galop
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Folklore/Trolls
Folklore/Trolls
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