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Contrasting Gallery

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

Choose from 63 pictures in our Contrasting 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.


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Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family

Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family -- a typical summary of Victorian values, with advice including: Waste Not, Want Not; Do everything at its proper time; Be punctual, be regular, be clean; Rise early, be industrious. With contrasting scenes: The Home of Industry and the Home of Idleness; The Sabbath of Diligence and the Sabbath of Laziness; The Result of Perseverance and the Consequence of Indolence. Date: circa 1860

© The Muriel Dawson Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

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Three cartoons at the start of the First World War

Three cartoons at the start of the First World War: at the top, a comment on needing another war to collect the debts for this one, with heads of state presenting their bills; and two contrasting ones: what war means in England (one soldier and many civilians), and what it means in Germany (one civilian and many soldiers). Date: August 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Comedy in the country. Tragedy in London

Comedy in the country. Tragedy in London. Two designs on one plate. Above, two rows of burlesqued yokels (with two comely women, and an ugly old one), seated behind the orchestra and backed by a rough brick wall...Below, three members of the orchestra play, grotesquely weeping... (Source: George). Date 1807 May 29. Comedy in the country. Tragedy in London. Two designs on one plate. Above, two rows of burlesqued yokels (with two comely women, and an ugly old one), seated behind the orchestra and backed by a rough brick wall...Below, three members of the orchestra play, grotesquely weeping... (Source: George). Date 1807 May 29. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress