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Haired Gallery

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

Choose from 193 pictures in our Haired 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.


Featured Print

Night Shift by David Wright

Night Shift by David Wright featuring a cheeky red-haired woman wearing a diaphanous night dress, seated on a luxurious satin bed. Wright produced a series of over 160 illustrations or 'pin-ups' for 'The Sketch' during the 1940's. David Wright's 'Lovelies' proved hugely popular and adorned practically every military mess, bunker, dormitory or club room in the country during World War II.

© Estate of David Wright/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

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Streamline Fuselage by David Wright

Streamline Fuselage by David Wright, showing a red-haired woman in pink and black polka dot lingerie, stockings and stilletos, stretching out her legs. Wright produced a series of over 160 illustrations or 'pin-ups' for 'The Sketch' during the 1940's. David Wright's 'Lovelies' proved hugely popular and adorned practically every military mess, bunker, dormitory or club room in the country during World War II.

© Estate of David Wright/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

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Persian Dervishes

Persian Dervishes. Darwesh or Dervish, as it is known in European languages, refers to members of Sufi Muslim ascetic religious Tariqahs - tariket. Dervishes are involved in the esoteric side of Islam - and dervish orders mostly represent the teachings of various Sufi Saints who have lived over the centuries. In Persian (Iran), the word Darvish, also refers to a mendicant ascetic. The word Dervish means 'seeker of the truth' and the teachings of each Dervish order represent some of the infinite number of ways of being brought to the reality Itself. It is said that the number of ways to reality exceeds the number of grains of sand on the beach. It may be noted that this infinite number of ways to truth can often start at a point beyond the bounds of religion. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection