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Farewell Gallery

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Choose from 194 pictures in our Farewell 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.


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Farewell performance by Robbin' Hood and his merry men

Farewell performance by Robbin' Hood and his merry men. Illustration shows the cast of a theatrical production Robbin' Hood and his Merry Men on stage for the final song of the production, shown are, from left, Francis Hendricks as Alan-a-Dale playing The Insurance Lyre, John R. Hegeman as Friar Tuck with a small bag labeled Loans at his waist, John A. McCall as Little John, Richard A. McCurdy as Robin Hood with an animal horn labeled Bluff hanging at his waist, James H. Hyde as Will Scarlett, Chauncey M. Depew as Maid Marian with a bag labeled Retainer hanging at his waist, and in the background, Charles Evans Hughes as The Sheriff of Nottingham. A diminutive figure labeled Policy Holder, his arms and legs bound, is standing between McCall and McCurdy. Includes the lyrics of the song. Date 1905 December 20. Farewell performance by Robbin' Hood and his merry men. Illustration shows the cast of a theatrical production Robbin' Hood and his Merry Men on stage for the final song of the production, shown are, from left, Francis Hendricks as Alan-a-Dale playing The Insurance Lyre, John R. Hegeman as Friar Tuck with a small bag labeled Loans at his waist, John A. McCall as Little John, Richard A. McCurdy as Robin Hood with an animal horn labeled Bluff hanging at his waist, James H. Hyde as Will Scarlett, Chauncey M. Depew as Maid Marian with a bag labeled Retainer hanging at his waist, and in the background, Charles Evans Hughes as The Sheriff of Nottingham. A diminutive figure labeled Policy Holder, his arms and legs bound, is standing between McCall and McCurdy. Includes the lyrics of the song. Date 1905 December 20. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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Turco-Italian War - farewell to wives & families, by Matania

The Turco-Italian War - off to Tripoli: The last farewell to wives and families. The scene outside the Royal Naval barracks at St. Lucia, Naples. Wive and mothers congregate in the yard outside the barracks in the hope of spending a few last moments with sailors before they departed for the war. The sailors pass through a subterranean passage to the yard depicted by the artist. The old iron gates seen were at a disused entrance, long since permanently closed. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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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