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Phyllis Gallery

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

Choose from 108 pictures in our Phyllis 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.

1908 Olympic Ice Skaters Featured Print

1908 Olympic Ice Skaters

A montage of competitors who took part in the figure skating events at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. The event was held at the Prince's Skating Club in Knightsbridge. This was the first time a winter sport had been featured in the Olympic Games. It would be another sixteen years before the first Winter Olympics in Chamonix in1924. From left to right: 1. Nikolai Panin (later Panin-Kolomenkin) of Russia; 2. Madge Syers of Great Britain; 3. Dorothy Greenhough-Smith (Great Britain); 4. Per Thoren (Sweden); 5. R.Johansson (Sweden); 6. Ulrich Salkow (Sweden); 7. A. Cumming (GB); 8. and 9. James and Phyllis Johnson (GB); 10. E.Lycett (GB); 11. I.Brokaw (USA); 12. Anna Hubler (Germany) ; 13.Heinrich Burger (Germany); 14. E.Rendschmidt (Germany). Date: October 1908

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Worlds Dancing Championships at the Queens Hall Roof, Lond Featured Print

Worlds Dancing Championships at the Queens Hall Roof, Lond

Three photographs relating to the World's Dancing Championships held in December 1922 at the Queen's Hall Roof, London. Left: Flora LeBreton and Cecil Reubens (won the contest for best amateur dancers). Middle: Gladys Evelyn and Alec Ross (first prize for exhibition dancing). Right: Phyllis Clarke and Victor Silvester (Champion ballroom dancers of the world) Date: 1924

© Mary Evans / Jazz Age Club Collection

Red Indian Chiefs wife, Eastbourne, Sussex Featured Print

Red Indian Chiefs wife, Eastbourne, Sussex

Phyllis Blackmore, wife of Edward Blackmore, an Eastbourne plumber. Both of them were adopted members of the North American Sioux Indian Tribe. In 1964 Edward travelled to South Dakota to meet the tribe, and during his visit he was made a Chief. He became an international expert on the tribe since first becoming fascinated by the subject in 1919. Phyllis is seen here in Native American Indian costume with a collection of tribal items. Date: 1967

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON