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Dapper Gallery

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

Choose from 114 pictures in our Dapper 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.

Lord Brooke, later 6th Earl of Warwick Featured Print

Lord Brooke, later 6th Earl of Warwick

Lord Brooke (Leopold Guy Francis Maynard Greville, 1882-1928) who married Miss Elfrida Marjorie Eden on 29 April 1909 at St Margaret's Church, Westminster. He fought in the Boer War and was a war correspondent during the Russo-Japanese War. He became 6th Earl of Warwick on 15 January 1924.

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1909, 1924, 6th, April, Aristocracy, Aristocrat, Boater, Boer, British, Brooke, Carved, Chair, Church, Correspondent, Crossed, Dapper, Earl, Eden, Edwardian, Elfrida, Folded, Fought, Francis, Greville, Guy, Historical, History, January, Japanese, Legs, Leopold, Lord, Margaret, Margarets, Marjorie, Married, Maynard, Moustache, Peerage, Russo, St, Straw, War, Warwick, Westminster, Wooden

Goodbye - A dapper gent breaks the bad news to his partner Featured Print

Goodbye - A dapper gent breaks the bad news to his partner

'Adieu' - A dapper gent breaks the bad news to his partner. Painting by the Czech artist Alexander Jakesch (1862 - 1934). He appears to have tried to soften the blow with a bunch of flowers - now discarded dramatically across the harpsichord! Date: circa 1850s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Abandoned, Adieu, Bad, Breaks, Crying, Dapper, Departing, Departs, Departure, Dispair, Dog, Dump, Dumped, Dumping, Farewell, Gent, Gentleman, Goodbye, Grief, Harpsichord, Leav, Leaves, News, Partner, Pet, Sadness, Sep15, Sorrow, Sorrowful, Woe, Woeful

Caricature, two Princes and John Hollingshead, manager Featured Print

Caricature, two Princes and John Hollingshead, manager

Caricature, two princes (Prince Albert Victor and Prince George) and John Hollingshead, manager, at the entrance to the Gaiety Theatre, London. They may enter if accompanied by their father (Edward, Prince of Wales), but not otherwise.

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library

1880s, 1882, Albert, Alfred, Ballet, Barred, British, Brothers, Bryan, Burlesque, Buttonhole, Caricature, Dapper, Enter, Entertainment, Entracte, Entrance, Family, Farce, Flower, Gaiety, George, Hat, Hats, Hollingshead, John, London, Manager, Morality, Prince, Princes, Proprietor, Refusal, Royal, Royalty, Smart, Theatre, Top, Victor, Victorian