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Guilty Gallery

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

Choose from 48 pictures in our Guilty 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.

The Thief - painting by Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa Featured Print

The Thief - painting by Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa

Postcard image after a painting by Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa La Ladrona ("The Thief") in the los Tiros art gallery in Granada, Spain. Painted in about 1900, showing a female criminal standing in the street, shackled to the wall by her neck and wrists - displayed as a warning to others. Date: circa 1900

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Albert Grant, Vanity Fair, Ape Featured Print

Albert Grant, Vanity Fair, Ape

ALBERT GRANT (1831-1899) (born Abraham Gottheimer) Irish born British company promoter. Established many companies which were to fail at the expense of the shareholders leading to claims of fraud. Became the Member of Parliament for Kidderminster in 1874 but was unseated later in the year when the courts found him guilty of obtaining the seat by bribery. In 1874 Grant purchased the enclosure of land that is now Leicester Square, handing it over to the Metropolitan Board of Works to be preserved for ever for the free use and enjoyment of the public. He died, bankrupt and in relative poverty. Caption: Leicester Square Date: 1831 - 1899

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Chicago Tinned Meat Scandal Featured Print

The Chicago Tinned Meat Scandal

Delicacies weighed and packed in Armour's Packing-House in Chicago, showing some dubious by-products of a Chicago meat processing factory used for making cheap sausages. Exposed by Upton Sinclair in his book, The Jungle, the meat processing factories were seen to be guilty of using foul or diseased waste meat to make cheap products bought by the poor as well as mistreatment of workers

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans