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Sylvia Gallery

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

Choose from 60 pictures in our Sylvia 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.


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A set of 8 lithographs - WWI era

'A set of 8 lithographs in a folio. 1) Inscribed 'Private B. Miller, Queen's Westminsters, out since 1914', 2) Inscribed 'Of the Labour Battalion, 3) A soldier reading a newspaper, 4) A Scottish soldier writing a letter, 5) Two soldiers, 6) A group of 3 soldiers, 7) A thoughtful looking Tommy, 8) A group of 3 soldiers. . Sylvia Packard (1881-1962). Born In Ipswich, Trained At The Slade In London And Exhibited Her Paintings, Mostly Landscapes, Between 1909 And 1928. In 1916, Sylvia Took Over The Art Department At The Royal School For Officers' Daughters In Bath. On Her Retirement From The School, Sylvia Founded (With Rosalind Ord) A Firm Of Tile Manufacturers, Packard & Ord Which Later Became Marlborough Tiles.'

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

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Suffragettes Pankhurst and Gawthorpe Rutland 1907

Christabel Pankhurst and Mary Gawthorpe in the Market Place, Uppingham, holding a meeting during the 1907 Rutland bye-election. The campaign saw Mary Gawthorpe the victim of 'dirty tricks' by supporters of the Liberal candidate, W.F Lyons. Sylvia Pankhurst later gave an account of an incident when Mary was struck on the head by a 'pot-egg' (a china dummy egg) and knocked unconscious. Youths were apparently paid by a 'wealthy Liberal supporter' to hurl sweets at suffragette speakers (see Votes for Women 6th August 1909) Polling was held on11th Juneand the Conservative was duly elected. Date: 1907

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips

Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips. A woman, flanked by two policemen, with mounted officer in front, is led down a London Street. She has been identified as Mary Phillips (1880-1969) who joined Sylvia Pankhurst's East London Federation of Suffragettes in 1913. (one source dates this card to 1908 but the Rotary photo company's 'London Life' series issued 3 suffragette photographs at a later date) This probably dates Circa 1912-1914. Captioned - 'London Life'. Arrest of a militant suffragette 'Hustle them in and bustle them in. Scoop up the 'shrieking' mob. Who says that 'Justice' is going to win when the law takes up the job?' Date: circa 1912-1914

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library