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Choose from 39 pictures in our Ive 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.


6 studies - WWI soldiers Featured Print

6 studies - WWI soldiers

'6 studies, including 'The Bread Winner', 'When the boys go back', 'The Picket' and a Scottish soldier at Victoria Station.On reverse - man playing a flute, together with a drawing of an Officer on the continuation page, which reads - Recruiting. An Officer : 'Ah ! I've got you. Come now, have you ever been a soldier ' Don't answer me, have you ever been a soldier ' Hem ! . 21017 Private P. J. Hill, D Company, 20Th Battalion, The County Of London Regiment. Studied At Lambeth School Of Art, St. Oswald'S Place, Upper Kennington Lane. Resided At 6 Amott Road, Peckham Rye, London In 1895.'

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

I've had a perfectly corking time Featured Print

I've had a perfectly corking time

I've had a perfectly corking time!. Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt sitting on a bench, resting a mallet labeled My Policies on his right knee; there is a large jar labeled Republican Convention that he has just corked on the bench next to him. On shelves behind him are bottles that he has corked, on the bottom shelf Alton B. Parker Esopus Pickle, Cipriano Castro which has popped its cork, and Portsmouth Peace; on the middle shelf George B. Cortelyou, James R. Day, Charles Evans Hughes, Joseph G. Cannon, Robert M. La Follette, Chan..., Philander C. Knox, and unlabeled Charles W. Fairbanks; and on the top shelf Bowen, Chester I. Long, Bellamy Storer, Edward H. Harriman, J. London, and Seton Thompson (i.e., Ernest Thompson Seton). Date 1908 July 15. I've had a perfectly corking time!. Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt sitting on a bench, resting a mallet labeled My Policies on his right knee; there is a large jar labeled Republican Convention that he has just corked on the bench next to him. On shelves behind him are bottles that he has corked, on the bottom shelf Alton B. Parker Esopus Pickle, Cipriano Castro which has popped its cork, and Portsmouth Peace; on the middle shelf George B. Cortelyou, James R. Day, Charles Evans Hughes, Joseph G. Cannon, Robert M. La Follette, Chan..., Philander C. Knox, and unlabeled Charles W. Fairbanks; and on the top shelf Bowen, Chester I. Long, Bellamy Storer, Edward H. Harriman, J. London, and Seton Thompson (i.e., Ernest Thompson Seton). Date 1908 July 15. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Life-In-Death Wins Featured Print

Life-In-Death Wins

Life-in-Death dices with Death himself to decide the fate of the sailors; Life-in-Death wins the Mariner alone 'The game is done! I've won, I've won!'

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1798, Ancient, Books, Coleridge, Death, Decide, Dices, Dicing, Fate, Game, Historical, History, Ive, Life, Mariner, Published, Rime, Sailors, Wins, Won