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Choose from 232 pictures in our Raising 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.


Irish soldier in a trench, Mesopotamia, WW1 Featured Print

Irish soldier in a trench, Mesopotamia, WW1

A soldier with the Royal Irish Fusiliers (Faugh-a-Ballagh) in a trench in Mesopotamia (now Iraq), teases a Turkish sniper by raising a pith helmet on his rifle during the First World War. Other soldiers are lying down for a rest. Date: circa 1915-1918

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

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Britannia by Felix Desruelles at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France Featured Print

Britannia by Felix Desruelles at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France

Britannia by Felix-Alexandre Desruelles (18651943) at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France - commemorating the arrival of the British troops in 1914. This work by Desruelles did not last for long as it was destroyed by the Germans in July 1940. The statue and supporting column had a total height of 15m. At the top of the column was the figure of Britannia, a trident in her right hand and a shield in her left hand. She looked vigilantly towards the channel. Date: circa 1920s

Eisleben Water Raising Machine. William Richards, Hettstedt Featured Print

Eisleben Water Raising Machine. William Richards, Hettstedt

Eisleben Water Raising Machine. William Richards, Hettstedt, 1813. This engine was used until 1885 in Eisleben for pumping water out of a copper mine. It is regarded as the oldest surviving steam engine in Germany. Its design is similar to the first water raising engine in Prussia which was built at Hettstedt in 1785. The engine operates on WattA?o?s principle with low pressure. Deutches Museum. Munich. Germany.

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans