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Kitty Gallery

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

Choose from 104 pictures in our Kitty 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.

Kitty Lord music hall vocalist Featured Print

Kitty Lord music hall vocalist

Kitty Lord music hall vocalist. Began working life as a servant and progressed to living in a house in Regents Park. Performed worldwide between 1894 and 1915 including Egypt and Argentina. Known as the ?eccentric English singer?. Wearing large feathered hat, short sparkly costume, dark tights and a fur trimmed cape. Date: circa 1905

© MonoMania Images / Mary Evans Picture Library

Contributors to the Bystander Christmas Number 1929 Featured Print

Contributors to the Bystander Christmas Number 1929

Advertisement IN The Bystander magazine for its forthcoming Christmas number with contributions from artists and writers whose portraits are featured - Miss Storm Jameson, D. B. Wyndham Lewis, Daphne du Maurier (reading The Bystander!), Rupert Grayson, Lawson Wood, Lady Kitty Vincent and Howard K. Elcock. In the centre is a reproduction of a striking cover specially designed by S. A. Knight (see 10224505 for actual cover). Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Lord and Lady Petre Featured Print

Lord and Lady Petre

Lord and Lady Petre pictured at Tregye, Perranwell, Cornwall shortly after returning from their honeymoon. Lady Catherine (Kitty) Petre, was formerly Catherine Margaret Boscawen and married Lionel George Carroll, 16th Baron Petre in 1913. Lionel was the 16th Baron, son of the 15th Baron and Julia Mary Cavendish-Taylor. He was born 3rd November 1890 and became a Captain in the Coldstream Guards. He was wounded near Arras in the late Spring of 1915, was repatriated and died of his wounds in September leaving two children, one born posthumously. Lady Petre subsequently remarried and became Lady Rasch. She was responsible for the restoration of the Petre family seat, Ingatestone Hall, in Essex. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans