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Clowns Gallery

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Choose from 190 pictures in our Clowns 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.


Young women in fancy dress costumes Featured Print

Young women in fancy dress costumes

A group of young women dressed in fancy dress costumes preserve the moment for posterity with a photograph in studio. Three are dressed in variations on clown outfits and one more is in some kind of exotic national dress - possibly Russian? Date: c.1920

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Amusing, Clown, Clowns, Costume, Costumes, Dress, Dressed, Dressing, Fancy, Friends, Girls, Group, Oct16, Outfit, Outfits, Pierrot, Women, Young

The Co-Optimists Featured Print

The Co-Optimists

The Co-Optimists is the title of a stage variety revue which opened in London on 27 June 1921at the Royalty Theatre but quickly transferred to the much larger Palace Theatre. The Co-Optimists pierrotic entertainment went through six editions between 1922 and 1927. They could be considered the successors to The Follies. The best known member of the original company was Stanley Holloway who achieved international fame in the film of My Fair Lady. The artist of this striking image is Hugh Willoughby (1891-1973). Date: 1920s

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Dick Whittington. Bookmark advertising The Kings Theatre Featured Print

Dick Whittington. Bookmark advertising The Kings Theatre

Dick Whittington. A souvenir bookmark advertising the pantomime at the King's Theatre in Hammersmith. The clown, who slides up and down, was part of the old pantomime tradition, but the blacked-up minstrel seems less appropriate. BOOK your seats now for the Annual Pantomime. Souvenir with the Managements Compliments. A Production which is really re-MARK-able. Date: 1900s 1890s ?

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library