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Choose from 965 pictures in our Exploration collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Africa (XIX). Equatorial Guinea. Exploration into
Africa (XIX). Equatorial Guinea. Exploration into
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Savages feel our muscle, Taiwan, 1890
Savages feel our muscle, Taiwan, 1890
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Bear believed responsible for 1937yeti footprints on Everest
Bear believed responsible for 1937yeti footprints on Everest
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Lieutenant S. Gurney Cresswell
Lieutenant S. Gurney Cresswell
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Lincoln Ellsworth and pilots trans-Antarctica flight
Lincoln Ellsworth and pilots trans-Antarctica flight
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Found long missing Lincoln Ellsworth and pilot
Found long missing Lincoln Ellsworth and pilot
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Lincoln Ellsworth and pilot making preparations
Lincoln Ellsworth and pilot making preparations
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Scouts exploring the bush, Australia
Scouts exploring the bush, Australia
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Captain James Cook -- an allegory
Captain James Cook -- an allegory
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A scene in a toddy palm plantation
A scene in a toddy palm plantation
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Members of the Cho Oyu expedition
Members of the Cho Oyu expedition
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French bank note, 50 Francs
French bank note, 50 Francs
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Found long missing Lincoln Ellsworth and pilot Featured Print

Found long missing Lincoln Ellsworth and pilot

American Lincoln Ellsworth and his British colleague and pilot, Herbert Hollick-Kenyon who on 23 November 1935, started from Dundee Island in an aeroplane Polar Star, flying 2000 miles across the Antarctic to the Bay of Whales, on the Ross Sea. The Antarctic flight stopped prematurely, due to fuel shortages, and had to be rescued by British Royal research ship Discovery II nothing was heard until 17 January 1936, they were rescued 420 miles away at Little America, were they had been missing for seven weeks. Date: January 1936

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Flights into the Future - technicians inspecting space ship
Flights into the Future - technicians inspecting space ship
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Flights into the Future - dinosaurs on Venus?
Flights into the Future - dinosaurs on Venus?
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Flights into the Future - the first men on the moon
Flights into the Future - the first men on the moon
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Flights into the Future - space age exploration
Flights into the Future - space age exploration
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Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914 -1917
Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914 -1917
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Ernest Shackletons air-propelled sledges, and a tent
Ernest Shackletons air-propelled sledges, and a tent
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Polar bears celebrate Peary reaching the North Pole
Polar bears celebrate Peary reaching the North Pole
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Mitchell Hedges off exploring again, 1926
Mitchell Hedges off exploring again, 1926
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Sir Ernest Shackleton and others, Antarctic
Sir Ernest Shackleton and others, Antarctic
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Tippoo Tib (1837-1905)
Tippoo Tib (1837-1905)
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A motor sledge for the South Pole
A motor sledge for the South Pole
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Captain Robert Falcon Scott - Polar Explorer
Captain Robert Falcon Scott - Polar Explorer
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Tippoo Tib (1837-1905) Featured Print

Tippoo Tib (1837-1905)

Photograph of Tippoo Tib, then Chief of the Manyema, c.1887. His real name was Hamid ibn Mohammed and he was an African-Arab adventurer and warrior, who controlled a large section of Central Africa. Tippoo Tib, which means whistling bullets, was by turns, a cultured and kind man and a merciless slaver. His aid to H.M. Stanley and other European explorers was invaluable in their exploration and exploitation of the Central African region. Date: 1889

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Ivan Dmitrievich Papanin - Russian Polar Explorer
Ivan Dmitrievich Papanin - Russian Polar Explorer
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Steamer Hans Egede at Uummannaq, Greenland
Steamer Hans Egede at Uummannaq, Greenland
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Vasco da Gama erects a column in Mozambique
Vasco da Gama erects a column in Mozambique
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Ross/Copeland Island
Ross/Copeland Island
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Diver on the seabed off the coast of Malta
Diver on the seabed off the coast of Malta
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Diver ascending from depth in the Mediterranean
Diver ascending from depth in the Mediterranean
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Diver on the seabed in the Mediterranean
Diver on the seabed in the Mediterranean
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Chaetodon lunula, raccoon butterflyfish
Chaetodon lunula, raccoon butterflyfish
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Clinus superciliosus, super klipfish
Clinus superciliosus, super klipfish
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A Kroomen, an African Sailor
A Kroomen, an African Sailor
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Hydromys chrysogaster, water rat
Hydromys chrysogaster, water rat
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Has Captain Scott reached the Pole today?
Has Captain Scott reached the Pole today?
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Has Captain Scott reached the Pole today? Featured Print

Has Captain Scott reached the Pole today?

Page from The Sphere magazine speculating on whether Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his polar exploration team had reached the South Pole in December 1911, as scheduled, with a diagram showing his route across Antarctica. In actual fact, the Norwegian Roald Amundsen had reached the Pole first on 14th December and Scott and his colleagues perished on the return journey in March 1912. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Inside the Dome of Discovery, Festival of Britain, London
Inside the Dome of Discovery, Festival of Britain, London
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The Sphere Memorial Number of the Scott Antarctic Expedition
The Sphere Memorial Number of the Scott Antarctic Expedition
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The British Antarctic Expedition: some officers of the Disco
The British Antarctic Expedition: some officers of the Disco
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Tembi Pumping Station
Tembi Pumping Station
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Shackleton/Board Game
Shackleton/Board Game
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Stanley/Received
Stanley/Received
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Nycticebus coucang, slow loris
Nycticebus coucang, slow loris
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Plate 103 by William Ellis
Plate 103 by William Ellis
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Plate 105 by William Ellis
Plate 105 by William Ellis
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Shell and insect illustration
Shell and insect illustration
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Plate 102 by William Ellis
Plate 102 by William Ellis
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Plate 108 by William Ellis
Plate 108 by William Ellis
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