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Nicknamed Gallery

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Choose from 64 pictures in our Nicknamed 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.


Sir Robert Peel, c.1846 Featured Print

Sir Robert Peel, c.1846

Engraving of Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), the English statesman and Prime Minister. Peel was a Conservative MP who held strong views on Irish Catholicism and Free Trade vs Protectionism, but is probably best remembered for organising the London Police Force in the 1820's. For a long time, British policemen were nicknamed 'Peelers' or 'Bobbies' in reference to Robert Peel.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Les Diables Bleus - A group of WWI Chasseurs Alpins Featured Print

Les Diables Bleus - A group of WWI Chasseurs Alpins

'Les Diables Bleus - A group of First World War Chasseurs Alpins in the Alps sheltering behind a large rock in a snowstorm. . Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Pierre Comba Dedicated Himself To The Representation Of The French Military, In Particular The Chasseurs Alpins, Nicknamed 'Les Diables Bleus'. Indeed At The Time Of The Great War, Comba'S Watercolours Were Being Reproduced As Postcards To The Glory Of The Blue Devils. Pierre Was A Member Of The Society Of Military Painters And Of The French Alpine Club And He Was A Recipient Of The Palmes Acad魩ques (An Honour From The French Government For Outstanding Achievements In The Arts Or Literature). He Was Also Deeply Involved In Charities Dealing With Soldiers In Nice And In The Region (Alpes-Maritimes).'

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

Two Chasseurs of 27e Battalion de Chassuers Alpins resting Featured Print

Two Chasseurs of 27e Battalion de Chassuers Alpins resting

'Two Chasseurs of the 27e Battalion de Chassuers Alpins resting on a mountain path. Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Pierre Comba Dedicated Himself To The Representation Of The French Military, In Particular The Chasseurs Alpins, Nicknamed 'Les Diables Bleus'. Indeed At The Time Of The Great War, Comba'S Watercolours Were Being Reproduced As Postcards To The Glory Of The Blue Devils. Pierre Was A Member Of The Society Of Military Painters And Of The French Alpine Club And He Was A Recipient Of The Palmes Acad魩ques (An Honour From The French Government For Outstanding Achievements In The Arts Or Literature). He Was Also Deeply Involved In Charities Dealing With Soldiers In Nice And In The Region (Alpes-Maritimes).'

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library