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Junior Gallery

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

Choose from 177 pictures in our Junior 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 brave Titanic engineers, including 14 of whom were lost Featured Print

The brave Titanic engineers, including 14 of whom were lost

The Titanic engineers; fourteen of whom were lost in the 1912 disaster. 1. W. D Mackie junior fifth. 2. F. A Parsons, senior fifth. 3. P. Sloan, senior electrician. 4. H. Jupe, assistant electrician. 5. F. Coy, junior assistant third. 6. B. Wilson, senior assistant 2nd. 7. L. Hodgkinson, senior 4th. 8. A. Ward, junior assistant 4th. 9. J. Shepherd, junior assistant 2nd. 10. H. Harvey, junior assistant 2nd. 11. H. Dyer, junior assistant 4th. 12. R. Millar, junior 5th. 13. J.Hesketh, second engineer. 14. G. F Hosking, senior 3rd.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Straw hats by Otto Lucas Junior and Chez Elle Featured Print

Straw hats by Otto Lucas Junior and Chez Elle

On the left: model wearing a plum straw hat with versatile brim by Otto Lucas Junior. To give her that natural, glowing look, they used the liquid film foundation "Beige Rose" and same shade powder (Ayer Pink No. 1) on cheeks, and "Beige Gazelle" lipstick. For the eyes, black eyeliner used with Super Long mascara, brown eyebrow pencil and "Pearly Beige" eyeshadow. On the right: model wearing a yellow straw hat with upturned brim banded in navy by Chez Elle. Worn with make-up by Max Factor. The foundation is Sheer Genius "Tempting Touch" under "Translucent" Creme Puff and brightened with "Amber Coral" cake rouge. Eyes made up with grey eyebrow pencil, grey mascara, grey cake eyeliner, the lids highlighted with "Fair" Erace and shadowed with grey eyeshadow. Finishing touch, brown fashion lashes. The lipstick is from their new range and called "Petal Satin" frosted with "Cinnamon Frost". Date: 1966

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Bing Boys Are Here Featured Print

The Bing Boys Are Here

The Bing Boys Are Here by George Grossmith Junior & Fred. Thompson; music Nat D. Ayer. First produced at the Alhambra on 19th April 1916. Although a picture of London life in seven panels", this was adapted from the French. Lucifer (George Robey) is pretending to sing with Emma, the cook general, who has become an opera singer, Mary McGay, but Oliver (Alfred Lester) is singing for him behind the door. From a photo in The Play Pictorial, p. 59. Touring to Opera House, Northampton, 7/1/1918. Date: 1918

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library