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Mischievous Gallery

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

Choose from 67 pictures in our Mischievous 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.

Heres How by Cecil Aldin Featured Print

Heres How by Cecil Aldin

Here's How: Woggles Series LV. Woggles, the cheeky Sealyham Terrier who starred in a series of illustrations by the artist Cecil Aldin in The Sketch, pictured showing his Spaniel pal how to sip champagne from a glass. Date: 1932

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Alcohol, Aldin, Amusing, Cecil, Champagne, Clever, Coupe, Cute, Dog, Dogs, Drink, Drinking, Drinks, Funny, Glass, Humorous, Humour, Lap, Lapping, Mischief, Mischievous, Pup, Puppies, Puppy, Sealyham, Spaniel, Terrier, Terriers, Woggles

Sporting & Dramatic News cover - A Better Ole Featured Print

Sporting & Dramatic News cover - A Better Ole

Front cover of The Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News featuring photographs of three stars of the stage in 1917. On the left is Miss Vera Clarke, appearing in a principal part at the Victoria Palace theatre in 'Mischievous Mimi.' In the centre is Mr Tom Woottwell, who was playing Bert in The Better Ole at the Oxford Theatre (written by and based on the Bystander cartoons of Captain Bruce Bairnsfather). On the right is Miss Cicely Debenham one of the leading ladies of the Hippodrome, appearing in Zig-Zag.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A Sydney Larrikin Featured Print

A Sydney Larrikin

A Sydney Larrikin. Larrikinism is the name given to the Australian folk tradition of irreverence, mockery of authority and disregard for rigid norms of propriety. Larrikinism can also be associated with self-deprecating humour. According to the Macquarie Dictionary, 'larrikin' has two main uses: "a lout, a hoodlum" and "a mischievous young person". This Phil May caricature is the perfect illustration of this description. His trousers seem to pre-date 1960s/70s fashion by a cool 70-odd years!! Date: 1892

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection