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Crops Gallery

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

Choose from 146 pictures in our Crops 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.

Heavy shire horse pulls an old hay rake Featured Print

Heavy shire horse pulls an old hay rake

A farmer and his heavy horse take a break from working to gather hay on a field. They stop to talk to another farmer and a young lady in white dress and bonnet carrying a basket containing their picnic lunch. Watercolour painting by Malcolm Greensmith

© Mary Evans/Malcolm Greensmith Collection

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Fashion advice in The Sphere Featured Print

Fashion advice in The Sphere

The Sphere's women's section offers a range of ࠬa mode style tips: the woman in the top-left has visited Mrs. Adair's salon on Bond Street; the woman in the top-right has used Swedish rubaway in order to keep slim, while using Ganesh Dara to do away with superfluous hairs, and Mrs Adair's Eastern Oil to reinvigorate her tired skin. The woman in the centre, meanwhile, is sporting Aertex pyjamas made from artificial silk and cotton.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Farming pre-war in 1944 - layout of fields and crops (2/2) Featured Print

Farming pre-war in 1944 - layout of fields and crops (2/2)

Abbey Farm - 1944. The standard farm layout during WW2 in Britain (from 1944) showing the layout of fields and crops, Arable balanced with Grass. These two drawings (see 11072413) show the general direction in which mixed farming moved during the war). Note the adaptation and changing cropping throughout the war years in the table below (2/2). Date: 1945

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection