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Gardener Gallery

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

Choose from 190 pictures in our Gardener 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.

Children at Play, Hull Sailors Orphanage Featured Print

Children at Play, Hull Sailors Orphanage

Children playing at the Hull Sailors Orphanage, also known as Newland Homes. The boys are in naval uniform. A gardener mows the grass. The Homes, a cottage homes development, were established in 1895 by a charity originally called The Port of Hull Society for the Religious Instruction of Sailors, later renamed the Sailors Children's Society

© Mary Evans / Peter Higginbotham Collection

War Workers Alphabet Featured Print

War Workers Alphabet

A poem of the alphabet showing wartime women's working jobs from A to Z, including things such as S for shepherdess. Every letter of the alphabet includes an illustration, apart from Z which allows you to Fill up this space with the ones we have missed . Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1918, 1st, Alphabet, Ambulance, Breaker, Britain, British, Brock, Bus, Carriage, Cleaner, Commissionaire, Driver, End, Engine, Farm, Gardener, Girl, Great, Historical, History, Horse, Inspector, Jobs, Jockey, Knitter, Lift, Munitions, Nurse, Officer, Poem, Police, Post, Postwoman, Qm, Railway, Shepherdess, Telegraph, Ticket, Umbrella, Van, War, Wartime, Window, Women, Work, Worker, Workers, Working, World, Ww1, Wwi, Yeomanry

Balthasar Nebot - Gardens of Hartwell House, Aylesbury - 2/8 Featured Print

Balthasar Nebot - Gardens of Hartwell House, Aylesbury - 2/8

One of a series of eight paintings by Balthasar Nebot (active 1729-1765) showing the spectacular garden landscape of Hartwell House, just outside Aylesbury, in 1738. Topiary has been used to great effect in order to create dramatic architectural forms. The central avenue leads up to the column with the William III statue, the right-hand one reveals a bust of John Hampden, and the left-hand leads to the menagerie. To the left can be seen part of the front of the house with an angel above the window. The formal green architecture of topiary hedges, with classical stone temples and statues of gods and goddesses, was balanced by informal views towards the town. Sir Thomas Lee (1687-1749) of Hartwell commissioned the painting from Nebot, a little-known Spanish painter, based in Covent Garden. They provide a unique record of a country estate and garden landscape at this time. The people of Hartwell family, visitors, household and estate staff and, especially the gardeners are also portrayed in great detail.

© The Bucks County Museum Art Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library