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Divorce Gallery

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

Choose from 58 pictures in our Divorce 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.


An Emperors Divorce starring Ronald Bayne & Evelyn Hope Featured Print

An Emperors Divorce starring Ronald Bayne & Evelyn Hope

An Emperors Divorce. The figures of Napoleon and a repining Josephine suggest that this is a version of A Royal Divorce. The message written on the reverse of the card is from Ronald Bayne, who was playing Napoleon, to a fellow actor at the Palace Theatre, Attercliffe, Sheffield, regretting that Bayne missed him at G. Postmarked Scarborough, 23rd October 1908. Date: 1908 ?

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Duchess of Argyll with Douglas Fairbanks Jr Featured Print

Duchess of Argyll with Douglas Fairbanks Jr

Margaret, Duchess of Argyll (1912-1993) (on the right), pictured at the first night of the Gershwin opera, Porgy and Bess in London, in the company of Mr Douglas Fairbanks Jnr and Mrs Dwight Whitney (aka the actress, Adrienne Allen). Formerly Deb of the Year, Miss Margaret Whigham and after her first marriage, Mrs Charles Sweeny, the Duchess was involved in scandalous divorce case with her second husband Iain Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll. During the course of the trial, photographs showing the Duchess performing a sexual act upon a 'headless' man were revealed. Douglas Fairbanks Jnr was one of the men implicated in the episode. The Duchess lost her case and had to pay heavy costs and suffer the indignity of a character assassination by the judge. Date: 1952

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Divorce the lesser evil Featured Print

Divorce the lesser evil

Divorce the lesser evil. Illustration shows, on the left, a husband and wife, wrapped in chains with a large padlock labeled Unhappy Marriage, fighting in front of Justice who holds the ends of the chains; opposite the couple is a member of the clergy who is arguing with Justice that divorce is an awful immorality and must be stopped. Date 1900 February 7. Divorce the lesser evil. Illustration shows, on the left, a husband and wife, wrapped in chains with a large padlock labeled Unhappy Marriage, fighting in front of Justice who holds the ends of the chains; opposite the couple is a member of the clergy who is arguing with Justice that divorce is an awful immorality and must be stopped. Date 1900 February 7. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress