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Corn Gallery

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

Choose from 332 pictures in our Corn 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.

Thomas Hardy Drama Festival, Dorchester Featured Print

Thomas Hardy Drama Festival, Dorchester

At the Thomas Hardy Drama Festival in Dorchester, Dorset, this scene shows the Excisemen discovering the concealed barrels under an apple tree. The famous old Corn Exchange saw the fourth production of a Hardy play acted by Thomas Hardys fellow townsmen, dramatised by the novelist himself. It was reported at the time that the men who were to play in The Three Wayfarers and The Distracted Preacher stood at their shop doors all afternoon, with fitful glances every now and then at The Corn Exchange clock, as if impatient for it to point to the hour of the dress rehearsal. The old Kings Head Hotel, which features in The Mayor of Casterbridge, had for days been filling up with visitors.
circa 1911

© Mary Evans Picture Library/The Pete Frost Collection

Le Coup De Vent (The Gale) Featured Print

Le Coup De Vent (The Gale)

'Le Coup De Vent' ('The Gale') Women dressed in light yellow dress trying to hold a large bouquet of flowers that are being blown away by the wind. She is surrounded by the yellow of the corn, white daisies and red poppies, all matching the colouring of her clothing and her bunch of summer blooms. Date: 1923

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gladstone and the Midlothian Campaign - Meeting in Corn Exch Featured Print

Gladstone and the Midlothian Campaign - Meeting in Corn Exch

View of the Ladies' Gallery in the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh during a meeting in which four-times Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone undertook his tour of Midlothian during a US-style campaign which saw the elderly statesman come out of the retirement to take the ultra-Tory seat. Orchestrated by Lord Rosebery, Gladstone undertook a tour of the area which was highly publicised. He travelled on a Pullman train from which he was able to address gathered crowds. Many queued for hours to hear him speak and paid up to 5 a ticket"

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans