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Moral Gallery

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

Choose from 152 pictures in our Moral collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family Featured Print

Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family

Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family -- a typical summary of Victorian values, with advice including: Waste Not, Want Not; Do everything at its proper time; Be punctual, be regular, be clean; Rise early, be industrious. With contrasting scenes: The Home of Industry and the Home of Idleness; The Sabbath of Diligence and the Sabbath of Laziness; The Result of Perseverance and the Consequence of Indolence. Date: circa 1860

© The Muriel Dawson Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Cartoon, Wilson Barrett, actor, manager and playwright Featured Print

Cartoon, Wilson Barrett, actor, manager and playwright

Cartoon, Wilson Barrett (William Henry Barrett; 1846-1904), actor, theatre manager and playwright -- When you next advertise the virtues of the actor, Mr Wilson Barrett, be sure you don't get out of your depth! The Silver King refers to his melodramatic play production at the Princess's Theatre, London, in which he played the role of Wilfred Denver. He had recently given an after-dinner speech at a Theatrical Fund charity dinner, and perhaps gone a little too far on the subject of morality.
1883

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Strip tease card game - Theatre suit - Scene Shifter Featured Print

Strip tease card game - Theatre suit - Scene Shifter

Strip tease card game - Theatre suit - Scene Shifter. A game which features characters involved in performing (and subsequently prosecuting and defending) a striptease. The complex rules allow for two variants of the game, providing for prosecution of the person (or theatre) presenting the striptease.
1930s

© Mary Evans Picture Library