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Choose from 103 pictures in our Photographers 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.

The Follies by Langfier Featured Print

The Follies by Langfier

Promotional postcard showing the Follies, a pierrot troupe founded by H G Pelissier in 1895 taken by popular theatrical photographers Langfier of London. The troupe are pictured in a props basket En Route For The New Royalty Theatre for a return visit to the New Royalty Theatre, Dean Street, Shaftesbury Avenue in London on 3rd June 1907. They first appeared at the New Royalty from 19th March to 13th April 1907 and then 3rd June to 20th July 1907 Date: 1907

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Amateur photographers in China Featured Print

Amateur photographers in China

Amateur photographers in China: sketches by the Rev. R O'Dowd Ross-Lewin. Messrs Tripod and Focus go ashore from a river steamer. They decide to photograph a party of natives sleeping in a field. The Chinamen, awaking and alarmed, take flight with yells of terror. The mob is kept at bay, dreading the levelled camera as a new kind of artillery. But they drive some of their water buffaloes in a fresh attack. Tripod and Focus take refuge up a tree. Ransomed by paying away all their dollars, they are permitted to embark in safety. China does not yet appreciate every art of civilisation! Date: 1891

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Lion Rock, Dovedale, Derbyshire with two Edwardian ladies Featured Print

Lion Rock, Dovedale, Derbyshire with two Edwardian ladies

A fine example of what the prosperous Edwardian lady would wear for a walk in the coutry - on the left is Kate Nash, daughter of an industrialist from London, and on the right is Edith Battersby (nee Ratcliffe 1880 - 1969). She had married Walter Battersby, the photographer's brother, in January 1909, a few months prior to the photograph. Date: 1909

© The Battersby Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library