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Lessons Gallery

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Choose from 92 pictures in our Lessons 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.


London Trade Card - Thomas Sandby, artist Featured Print

London Trade Card - Thomas Sandby, artist

London Trade Card - Thomas Paul Sandby (1753-1832), artist (son of Thomas Sandby), St George's Row, Oxford Street, offering drawing lessons. The painting reproduced shows a Corinthian maiden sketching the silhouette of her departing lover.
1791

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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The Duchess of Westminster learning to ski Featured Print

The Duchess of Westminster learning to ski

Constance Edwina (n饠Cornwallis West), Duchess of Westminster (later Mrs James Fitzpatrick Lewes) (died 1970), First wife of 2nd Duke of Westminster. Pictured Murren in the Swiss Alps, being taught to ski by Mr De Lapp. The Tatler, which printed this picture, commented that she was also receiving lessons from Prince Antoine Bibesco, and says, rather obsequiously, 'she will doubtless, having a talent for games, exceed in this as in other things.' Date: 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Explanation of Flying Lessons by G. H. Davis Featured Print

Explanation of Flying Lessons by G. H. Davis

A diagram detailing how one learns to fly a light aeroplane. With the rise in popularity of owning a plane, flying lessons also became more popular. Here, the lessons are explained in detail. First, the controls are explained. Next, the basic theory of flight, and principles of taking off and landing are studied and practised. The pupil then is allowed to have full control, and practise more advanced manoeuvres until the test for the Royal Aero-Club certificate. After this, the pupil is taught navigation, and sent on a cross-country flight to complete the training.
1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans