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

Choose from 115 pictures in our Polished 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.


Conference table and photos, Livadia Palace, Yalta, Ukraine Featured Print

Conference table and photos, Livadia Palace, Yalta, Ukraine

View of a conference table, and two photos on the walls, in the Livadia (Livadija) Palace, Yalta, Ukraine, where the historic February 1945 meeting took place between Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill. Today the palace houses a museum, but it is sometimes used by the Ukrainian authorities for international summits. At one time it was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II, and his family (building was completed in 1911)

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Hubertus Kanus

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman Featured Print

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman, starts with an innocent scenario, a man needs his shoes polished, but the Bootblack on the street is an earnest and hardworking type. He takes so long polishing the boot that the man becomes frustrated and tries to pull his foot from the stand. The Bootblack does not let go and the man grabs hold of an omnibus to extract himself, pulling the polishing man with him until his boot comes off and the Bootblack carries on polishing as he lay in the street. Date: 1920

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

The Morpeth Casket Featured Print

The Morpeth Casket

The Morpeth Casket, or wine cooler. The casket was presented to Lord Morpeth by a large number of the electorate of the West Riding of Yorkshire following his defeat at the previous election. the body of the casket was of black polished oak, with silver gilt mountings. The lid was surmounted by a lion, the crest of Lord Morpeth's family. The shields on the side, shown here, bear the arms of the respective polling places in the West Riding, and the number of voters polled upon the occasion which the casket was intended to commemorate. Below the picture may be seen the shields which appeared on the other side of the casket. Date: 1844

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans