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Stretching Gallery

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

Choose from 90 pictures in our Stretching 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 Diabolo player by German photographer Reinhold Thiele Featured Print

A Diabolo player by German photographer Reinhold Thiele

Composite photograph of a Diabolo player by noted photographer (Karl Anton) Reinhold Thiele (1856-1921), born in Hamelin, Germany. Thiele arrived in London in 1878 to work for William Henry Prestwich and joined the London Stereoscopic Company in 1880. Thiele specialising in photographing football teams and became one of the first press photographers. He was a pioneer of flashlight photography fom his Chancery Lane Studio. Date: 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

A mile-long KFOR invasion column stretching from the border Featured Print

A mile-long KFOR invasion column stretching from the border

A mile-long KFOR invasion column stretching from the border between Macedonia and Kosovo to the Kosovo plains.One of 48 colour photographs taken by Sgt David John Miles, a reservist who volunteered to serve with 4 Armoured Brigade as Brigade photographer under the direction of Media Ops, Kosovo, 1999.Part of a collection of items relating to the service of Sgt Miles as a photographer in the Gulf and Kosovo.These items were previously shown in the exhibition, ?Kosovo - a personal view?, at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, 21 Oct 2000-20 Jan 2001. Date: 1999

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Japan - the Foreign settlement of Kobe Featured Print

Japan - the Foreign settlement of Kobe

Lantern slide of the Foreign settlement of Kob鮠When Kobe port was opened in 1868 after two centuries of isolation policy by the country, a foreign settlement area was established in an isolated area 3 kilometers from the city's center. The city layout planned by English civil engineer W. Hart broke down the sandy farmland stretching approximately 500 meters north-south and 700 meters east-west into a total of 126 blocks which were auctioned off to prospective Western residents . The foreign settlement was a startling example of western urban planning, but when it was returned to the Japanese Government in 1899 with the end of extra-territoriality, the area became subject to the will of the Japanese people. The area, however, sustained and served as an active commercial center of Kobe until World War II when most buildings in the area were destroyed by bombing raids.. Part of Box 158 Japan, part of Boswell Collection, slide no.21 Date: circa 1890s

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans