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Guild Gallery

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

Choose from 66 pictures in our Guild 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.


Chiswick Art Workers' Guild making Cecil Aldin toys Featured Print

Chiswick Art Workers' Guild making Cecil Aldin toys

At the toy-makers: a glimpse at Mr Aldin's works at Bedford Park. Members of the Chiswick Art Worker's Guild busily manufacturing Mr Aldin's toys. Toy rockers, handmade by artisans to the specifications of the well-known illustrator Cecil Aldin. The rockers were sold at Liberty, The Woodbury Gallery on Bond Street and Story's in Kensington. While Aldin designed the toys (along with nursery friezes and wallpapers, embroidery on clothes and ), his friend and neighbour in Bedford Park, Charles Ingham, oversaw the manufacturing and distribution. The profits from the toys Aldin told a reporter he was putting away for his children, Dudley and Gwendoline. Dudley was killed during the First World War. Date: 1903

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Cartoon, The Church and Stage Guild Featured Print

Cartoon, The Church and Stage Guild

Cartoon, The Church and Stage Guild -- Playful Kittens! The Church and Stage Guild was formed in May 1879, with a view to breaking down prejudice against the theatre and its performers. By the time of this cartoon, it had nearly 500 members from the clergy and the theatrical world. The clergyman at the centre is Stewart Headlam (1847-1924), founder of the Guild.
1880

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library

Ladies of the Council of Queen Marys Needlework Guild Featured Print

Ladies of the Council of Queen Marys Needlework Guild

Members of the Council of Queen Mary's Needlework Guild. On 10th August 1914 Queen Mary issued an appeal to the women of the Empire to organise a large collection of garments for those who will suffer on account of World War One. The garments were of service to soldiers, sailors, and Territorials, to their families, to the military and naval hospitals and to those among the poorer classes of the population. The more useful garments for soldiers and sailors on active service included flannel shirts, socks, sweaters and cardigan jackets, and for the naval and military hospitals, night-shirts, pyjamas, flannel bed-jackets and bed-socks. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans