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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Sage Gallery

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

Choose from 58 pictures in our Sage 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.


Mrs. Letitia Sage, first Englishwoman to ascend in a balloon Featured Print

Mrs. Letitia Sage, first Englishwoman to ascend in a balloon

The Parachute or a Sage Lady's Second Experiment'. A rather saucy 18th century cartoon by Thomas Rowlandson which depicts Mrs. Letitia Sage, the first Englishwoman to ascend in a balloon. Date: 1785

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans Picture Library

1785, 18th, Ascend, Ascends, Balloon, Ballooning, Bare, Basket, Behind, Bottom, Caricature, Cartoon, Century, Coarse, Comic, Crowd, England, Englishwoman, Experiment, Flight, Hanging, Hangs, Hat, Historical, History, Humorous, Humour, Ladder, Letitia, Mrs, Onlookers, Parachute, Rear, Revealed, Revealing, Ribald, Rowlandson, Sage, Saucy, Skirt, Skirts, Thomas, Transport

George Biggin, Letitia Sage and Vincenzo Lunardi Featured Print

George Biggin, Letitia Sage and Vincenzo Lunardi

Lithograph of George Biggin, Letitia Sage and Vincenzo Lunardi ascending from St Georges Fields, London, 29 June 1785 (Cuthbert-Hodgson Collection) based on an original eyewitness drawing by Rigaud (C.F.A. Pierce Collection). A coloured version of this lithograph is also held in the Royal Aeronautical Societys Library. [Mrs Letitia Ann Sage was the first Englishwoman to ascend into the air.]

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library) / Mary Evans Picture Library

Parody of the Chinese sage Tieqiao Featured Print

Parody of the Chinese sage Tieqiao

Parody of the Chinese sage Tieqiao. Print shows a woman holding her hands over a man's eyes and blowing a puff of air upon which a small male figure ascends; another woman is waving to the man on the puff of air and appears to be offering him a small package. Date between 1711 and 1716

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Chinese, Japan, Japanese, Parody, Prints, Sage, Tieqiao, Woodblocks, Woodcuts