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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Hammersmith Gallery

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

Choose from 114 pictures in our Hammersmith 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.


Entrance to Ashford Residential School, Surrey Featured Print

Entrance to Ashford Residential School, Surrey

Located on Woodthorpe Road, at Ashford, near Staines, Surrey, and opened in 1872 as the West London District School, it provided accommodation away from the workhouse for pauper children from the Fulham, Hammersmith, Paddington, and St George Hanover Square Unions. Part of the site is now occupied by HM Prison Bronzefield

© Mary Evans/Peter Higginbotham Collection

Police group on Coronation Day, 1911 Featured Print

Police group on Coronation Day, 1911

A group of policemen pose for their photograph outside Hammersmith Police Station, west London, to commemorate the Coronation of King George V. Many flags decorate the building, and a sign over the main doorway reads God Save Our King & Queen. Most of the men are wearing war medals over their left pocket

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Chinese Bungalow by Marion Osmond and James Corbet Featured Print

The Chinese Bungalow by Marion Osmond and James Corbet

The Chinese Bungalow by Marion Osmond and James Corbet from Osmonds novel written in 1923, starring Matheson Lang. First produced at The Grand Theatre in Hull on 2nd October 1925 with the first London performance at The Kings Theatre, Hammersmith, on 23rd November 1925. The image is of Yuan Sing, holding a letter from his English wifes sister, Charlotte. It says. Come at once. We are in great danger. Personal Farewell Visit [of Matheson Lang] prior to the Canadian Tour'. Touring to The Empire, Liverpool on 26th August 1926? The Chinese Bungalow was a three act melodrama set in the Far East. It was adapted for film in 1926, in 1930, and again in 1940. The artist is Charles Buchel. Date: 1925

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library