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Election Gallery

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

Choose from 282 pictures in our Election collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Suffragettes Pankhurst and Gawthorpe Rutland 1907 Featured Print

Suffragettes Pankhurst and Gawthorpe Rutland 1907

Christabel Pankhurst and Mary Gawthorpe in the Market Place, Uppingham, holding a meeting during the 1907 Rutland bye-election. The campaign saw Mary Gawthorpe the victim of dirty tricks by supporters of the Liberal candidate, W.F Lyons. Sylvia Pankhurst later gave an account of an incident when Mary was struck on the head by a pot-egg (a china dummy egg) and knocked unconscious. Youths were apparently paid by a wealthy Liberal supporter to hurl sweets at suffragette speakers (see Votes for Women 6th August 1909) Polling was held on11th Juneand the Conservative was duly elected. Date: 1907

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Gladstone and the Midlothian Campaign Featured Print

Gladstone and the Midlothian Campaign

Sketches of four-times Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone on 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

David Lloyd-George (1863-1945) speaking in Rochdale, 1923 Featured Print

David Lloyd-George (1863-1945) speaking in Rochdale, 1923

Photograph of David Lloyd-George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, the Welsh Liberal statesman, addressing a large crowd at Rochdale during the election campaign of 1923. Forgetting he was using a microphone to address the people of Rochdale (previously represented by Richard Cobden), Lloyd-George asked aside to a supporter Was Cobden a Lancashire man?'. The microphone picked up the aside, causing a great deal of laughter in the crowd

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans