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Choose from 24 pictures in our Glance collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cadillac 1958
Cadillac 1958
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April Fool/Coats 1924
April Fool/Coats 1924
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Backward Glance by David Wright
Backward Glance by David Wright
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Cartoon on the Trenches
Cartoon on the Trenches
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Scenes from Abel Glances French film Napoleon, 1926
Scenes from Abel Glances French film Napoleon, 1926
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The Military Man and the Lady, 1779, by Francisco de Goya
The Military Man and the Lady, 1779, by Francisco de Goya
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Abel Glance and Ivy Close discuss his film La Roue, 1924
Abel Glance and Ivy Close discuss his film La Roue, 1924
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Form at a Glance. WW1, H.M. Bateman cartoon
Form at a Glance. WW1, H.M. Bateman cartoon
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Illustration, Tattersalls after the Derby Race
Illustration, Tattersalls after the Derby Race
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Sideways Glance
Sideways Glance
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Male swimmer admiring a lady diver
Male swimmer admiring a lady diver
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Mount Fuji at second glance
Mount Fuji at second glance
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Form at a Glance. WW1, H.M. Bateman cartoon Featured Print

Form at a Glance. WW1, H.M. Bateman cartoon

"Form at a Glance: THE VISITOR: What's his trouble? THE ASYLUM DOCTOR: Oh; he's trying to calculate how many times "Form fours!" has been ordered since the war broke out!" This cartoon by H.M. Bateman comments on the endless attritional warfare on the Western Front, as many had initially expected the War to be over by Christmas 1914. The mathematician in the foreground has seemingly been driven mad trying to work out how many times the soldiers have been ordered to "Form fours!" (a call made by officers for soldiers to join ranks) since the war started two years earlier. Unfortunately for Bateman, it would be another two and a half years before the fighting actually stopped! Date: 1916

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Mr. F.S. Chanfrau as Mose in the new piece called A glance a
Mr. F.S. Chanfrau as Mose in the new piece called A glance a
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AUSTRALIAN ALPS
AUSTRALIAN ALPS
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Lacock Village Cross
Lacock Village Cross
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Murder Down Below
Murder Down Below
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Lady Behave
Lady Behave
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Leaving the room with finesse
Leaving the room with finesse
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Winter Sportings by Lewis Baumer
Winter Sportings by Lewis Baumer
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Radar navigation at a glance- a new device
Radar navigation at a glance- a new device
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Beggar/Owen Clancey
Beggar/Owen Clancey
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Waterloo/Scott Poem 23
Waterloo/Scott Poem 23
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Denis Compton at Hastings
Denis Compton at Hastings
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Sherlock Holmes / Doyle
Sherlock Holmes / Doyle
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Denis Compton at Hastings Featured Print

Denis Compton at Hastings

Cricketer Denis Compton acknowledges the crowd at the Central Recreation Ground, Hastings. Playing for The South against Sir Pelham Warner's Eleven, Middlesex and England star batsman Compton brought his aggregate run total for the season to 3, 570, thus beating the long standing record of Tom Hayward, set in 1906. This was a fantastic summer for Compton, just a few days previously he had beaten Jack Hobbs record (set in 1925) of sixteen centuries in a season. Date: September 1947

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans