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Ends Gallery

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

Choose from 109 pictures in our Ends 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.


Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsey & Clifford Mills Featured Print

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsey & Clifford Mills

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsay and Clifford Mills. First produced Savoy Theatre, 21st December 1911. For the revival at the Victoria Palace, 20th December 1919. Where the Rainbow Ends is a fantasy story which follows the journey of four children, two girls, two boys and a pet lion cub in search of their parents. Travelling on a magic carpet they face various dangers on their way to rescue their parents and are guarded and helped by St George. The rainbow story is a symbol of hope with its magic carpet of faith and its noble hero St. George of England in shining armour ready now, as in olden times, to fight and conquer the dragon of evil. Most of the story is set in Rainbow Land complete with talking animals, mythical creatures and even a white witch Date: 1919

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Caricature of Ledger, Scott and Sampson Featured Print

Caricature of Ledger, Scott and Sampson

Caricature of Edward Ledger (18??-1921), editor of The Era theatrical newspaper, commenting on a reconciliation between Clement William Scott (1841-1904), influential English theatre critic, and Henry Sampson (1841-1891), English newspaper proprietor and editor. There had been a court case to do with defamation of character, but it seems to have been resolved -- All's Well That Ends Well.
1882

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library

Switzerland - Lauterbrunnen, the Staubbach Featured Print

Switzerland - Lauterbrunnen, the Staubbach

Coloured lantern slide of a view through the town of Lauterbrunnen. In the background is the Staubbach Falls. The waterfall drops about 300 metres from a hanging valley that ends in overhanging cliffs above the Lutschine River. The stream, on reaching the verge of the rocky walls of the valley, forms a cascade so high that it is almost lost in spray before it reaches the level of the valley. The height of the cascade is between 800 and 900 ft, one of the highest in Europe formed of a single unbroken fall.. Slide number 30 of Box 181 entitled Swiss No.1'. Date: circa 1890s

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans