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Choose from 306 pictures in our Politicians 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.


Portraits of Victorian royalty, politicians and entertainers Featured Print

Portraits of Victorian royalty, politicians and entertainers

In Vanity Fair -- portraits of Victorian royalty, politicians, entertainers and others, on a stage and below. Top row, left to right: Lord Salisbury and William Gladstone (on canvas), Leslie Ward (sketching), Louis Pasteur (with rabbits), Pablo Sarasate (violinist), Sims Reeves (singing), George Grossmith, Henry Irving (on canvas), Arthur Cecil, John Hare (smoking), Beerbohm Tree, Augustus Harris (in box office), W H Smith (seated). Bottom row, left to right: James Weatherby, Sir Robert Jardine, Lord Hartington, Major Egerton (with monocle), Edmund Tattersall, Prince George of Wales, Duke of Orleans, Duke of Connaught, Dr Tanner, T P O'Connor, Mr Justice Smith. Date: 1890

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Conservative party television team Featured Print

Conservative party television team

The Conservative Party television team and some election posters for the General Election of 8th October 1959. The Conservatives broadcast five television programmes of 15 or 20 minutes each starting on 19th September, with appearances from Heathcoat Amory, Keith Joseph, Lord Hailsham, R.A. Butler, and Harold Macmillan. The Conservatives won a third successive victory

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1907 Imperial Conference - Discussions in Whitehall Featured Print

1907 Imperial Conference - Discussions in Whitehall

The Imperial Conference of 1907 - convened in London on 15th April 1907 as the Colonial Conference , concluding on 14th May 1907. The Chairman of the conference was British Prime Minister Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman. The conference decided to cease referring to self-governing British colonies as colonies and conferred upon them dominion status. Participants pictured here are (from left): Sir Joseph Ward (1856-1930) - Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919) - Prime Minister of Canada, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (1836-1908) - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, The Earl of Elgin (1849-1917) - United Kingdom Secretary of State for the Colonies, Alfred Deakin (1856-1919) - Prime Minister of Australia, Sir Leander Starr Jameson, 1st Baronet (1853-1917) - Prime Minister of the Cape Colony, Louis Botha (18621919) - South African politician (who was the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa) and Sir William Lyne (1844-1913) - Australian Minister for Trade and Customs. Date: 1907

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection