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Thompson Gallery

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Choose from 138 pictures in our Thompson 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.


Ilford murders - personalities in the case Featured Print

Ilford murders - personalities in the case

Personalities at the time of the trial of Frederick Bywaters and Mrs. Edith Thompson, who were accused and later hung for the murder of Thompson's husband, Percy Thompson. Pictured are the Solicitor General Mr. T.W.H Inskip, the counsel for Mrs Thompson, Sir Henry Curtis Bennett and the counsel for Frederick Bywaters, Mr Cecil White-Ley. The Judge, Mr Justice Shearman, who sentenced the prisoners to death, is also pictured, Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Dairymaids by Alexander M. Thompson & Robert Courtneidge Featured Print

The Dairymaids by Alexander M. Thompson & Robert Courtneidge

The Dairymaids by Alexander M. Thompson (9 May 1861- 25 March 1948)and Robert Courtneidge (29 June 1859 - 06 April 1939), with music by Paul Rubens and Arthur Frank Tours. First produced at the Apollo Theatre on 14th April 1906. The illustration shows the sailor Joe Mivens, a comic character, driving a car that is tied to a post so is unable to move. The caption below reads The Dairymaids Have Caught On'. This flyer is a souvenir of the 1250th performance show by the artist John Hassall. Robert Macdonalds Co. touring to the Opera House in Tunbridge Wells on 26th August 1907. Date: 1907

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Boy by Fred Thompson Featured Print

The Boy by Fred Thompson

The Boy, a musical comedy by Fred Thompson and Percy Greenbank, adapted from The Magistrate by A. W. Pinero which was first produced on 21st March 1885. The music was by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. First produced at the Adelphi Theatre on 14th September 1917 it went on to run for 801 performances. The central joke is that, because his mother has subtracted years from her age, the boy is older than he is said to be, and so only too happy to be grabbed by the young women. Touring to Theatre Royal, Bradford on 13th May 1918. Date: 1917

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library