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Ruff Gallery

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

Choose from 443 pictures in our Ruff 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.

A Selection of Fish Featured Print

A Selection of Fish

An assortment of fish: 1. sharp-nosed eel, 2. blunt-nosed eel, 3. burbot, 4. lamprey, 5. lampern, 6. chub, 7. perch, 8. roach, 9. bream, 10. rudd, 11. Prussian carp, 12. Crucian carp, 13. tench, 14. barbel, 15. carp, 16. pike, 17. ruff, 18. dace, 19. dudgeon, 20. powan, 21. sea trout, 22. vendace, 23. Loch Leven trout, 24. salmon trout, 25. gwyniad, 26. smelt, 27. minnow, 28. grayling, 29. salmon, 30. loach, 31. spined loach, 32. gillaroo trout, 33. common trout, 34. great lake trout, 35. bleak, 36. Gray's charr, 37. Welsh charr, 38. Windermere charr, 39. Alpine charr, 40. Cole's charr, 41. bullhead or Miller's thumb, 42. salmon parr, 43. three-spined stickleback, 44. ten-spined stickleback

© Mary Evans Picture Library

DRESSMAKER'S BILL C1816 Featured Print


Maid's dress: melon sleeves, deep v corsage, chemisette & ruff, apron & turban. Lady: white pelisse with scallop edging & ribbon trim, dress with ruff & decorative hem

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1816, Anglaise, Apron, Bill, Broderie, C1816, Chemisette, Circa, Corsage, Costume, Decorative, Deep, Dress, Edging, Empire, Hem, Historical, History, Lace, Lady, Melon, Pelisse, Regency, Ribbon, Ruff, Scallop, Sleeves, Trim, Turban, White, Women

Oscar Asche as Count Hannibal, by Asche and Norreys Connell Featured Print

Oscar Asche as Count Hannibal, by Asche and Norreys Connell

Count Hannibal by F. Norreys Connell and Oscar Asche. Photograph of actor Oscar Asche with the same text as the previous image. Count Hannibal is a very macho character, who offers the heroine the choice of marrying him or be betrayed as a Protestant. She is engaged to a younger, weaker man, but learns to prefer the Count. The Times commented that Nietzsche would have approved of the plot. Date: 1910

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library