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Laughter Gallery

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

Choose from 80 pictures in our Laughter 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 Girl who ordered a glass of milk at the Cafe Royal Featured Print

The Girl who ordered a glass of milk at the Cafe Royal

Illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a blushing young woman regretting her decision to order a glass of milk in London's fashionable Cafe Royal because of the laughter and ridicule the request has generated, including that of her waiter. Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander. His efficient, bold style depicting social faux-pas was ground breaking for its time and his work is a brilliant reflection of the period.

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

WW1 - Brother, Sister and partners before outbreak of war Featured Print

WW1 - Brother, Sister and partners before outbreak of war

A poignant and touching photograph taken on the eve of the First World War as two couples (a brother and sister (far left and second from right) and their partners share a joke in a bucolic rural setting. The effect of the war was stark - the young gentleman soldier on the left, Oliver, returned from the war minus his arm. Date: circa 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Sunshine Girl by Paul Rubens Featured Print

The Sunshine Girl by Paul Rubens

Promotional postcard for The Sunshine Girl by Paul Rubens & Cecil Raleigh; music Paul Rubens. First produced at the Gaiety Theatre, 24th February 1912. The Sunshine Girl is an Edwardian musical comedy in two acts with a book by Paul A. Rubens and Cecil Raleigh, lyrics and music by Rubens and additional lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. The story involves a working girl who falls in love with the heir to the factor. He is in disguise and wants to be loved for himself, not his position, so he gets his friend to pose as the heir, leading to complications for both men. For George Dances Co., touring to Opera House, Northampton, 6th October 1913. Artist: E. P. Kinsella. Date: 1913

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library