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Ruthven Gallery

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Choose from 15 pictures in our Ruthven 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.


Sayings of Much-Recorded People by Eddie Tatham Featured Print

Sayings of Much-Recorded People by Eddie Tatham

Spread from The Bystander 1932 showing some of the scions of 1930s society, and revealing some 'unrecorded sayings of much-recorded people'. Included is Gandhi saying 'Excuse my glove', the ubiquitous Miss Margaret Whigham asking,'What is a gossip-writer?', Lady Nancy Astor saying, 'Thank you - not much soda please' (she didn't drink), Cecil Beaton saying, 'Gee kid! You're tough', the Ruthven Twins saying,'I hate my sister's clothes', notorious nightclub owner Mrs Kate Meyrick pouring a cup of tea and saying, "As I said to the vicar...", Mr Randolph Churchill, saying, 'Words fail me' and The Earl of Warwick asking a policeman the way to the Ritz. All sayings firmly tongue in cheek! Date: 1932

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans