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Max Gallery

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

Choose from 419 pictures in our Max 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.

Drawing Room at Thomas Hardy's home, Max Gate Featured Print

Drawing Room at Thomas Hardy's home, Max Gate

View of the Drawing Room at Max Gate in Dorchester, Dorset, the home of Thomas Hardy, English novelist and poet. Hardy designed the house, and his brother built it -- Hardy and his first wife Emma moved there in 1885. Date: 1848 - 1928

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1848, 1885, 1928, Architecture, Brother, Building, Built, Designed, Domestic, Dorchester, Dorset, Drawing, Emma, English, Gate, Hardy, Home, House, Literature, Max, Moved, Novelist, Places, Poet, Room, Thomas, Victorian, Wessex, Wife, Writer

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

Edouin, Willie in The Girl from Kay's Featured Print

Edouin, Willie in The Girl from Kay's

Promotional flyer for The Girl from Kay's Promotional postcard for The Girl from Kays by Owen Hall; music Ivan Caryll and Cecil Cook. First produced at the Apollo Theatre, London 15th November 1902. The original London production, from 1902 to 1903, played for a long run of 432 performances and was followed by provincial tours. A successful New York run of 223 performances began in 1903, and successful Australian runs followed. The plot is triggered when a wife sees her husband kissing a shop girl who has delivered her new hat from Kay's hat shop. This is a postcard in a series depicting stage personalities, Willie Edouin is shown as the American millionaire, the part he created in this show - caption: Im Hoggenheimer. As so often in productions of the period, the American millionaire is a comic character, but in this case the audience is asked to laugh with rather than at him. Date: 1904

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library