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Thou Gallery

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

Choose from 50 pictures in our Thou 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.


Cairo at His Majestys Theatre, London Featured Print

Cairo at His Majestys Theatre, London

Cairo at His Majesty's Theatre, London - Hast thou been to Mecca? Musical by Oscar Asche, music by Percy Fletcher, first produced October 1921. In America the show was renamed Mecca. In the UK, the Lord Chamberlain (censor) objected to a scene containing a lot of bare flesh which appeared to be an orgy - the issue was solved by Asche with a change of costume. Date: 1921

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

THE IRISH TEMPEST 1870 Featured Print

THE IRISH TEMPEST 1870

THE IRISH TEMPEST Caliban (Rory of the hills) - "This Island's mine, by Sycorax my Mother, which thou tak'st from me (Gladstone arouses Ultramontane section) Date: 1870

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1870, Arouses, Bill, Caliban, Cartoons, Events, Fenianism, Gladstone, Hills, Ireland, Irish, Island, Islands, Land, Liberty, Mine, Monster, Mother, Protected, Rory, Section, St, Sycorax, Tak, Takst, Tempest, Thou, Ultramontane

Consistency, thou art a jewel Featured Print

Consistency, thou art a jewel

Consistency, thou art a jewel!. Illustration shows two views of William Jennings Bryan sitting at a desk working on his campaign principles; the lower scene shows Bryan preparing for the 1896 presidential election, to the right are Carl Schurz, Henry Watterson, Bourke Cockran, Richard Olney, and David Hill, all in disagreement with Bryan, each holding a sheet of paper disclaiming his principles. In the upper scene, Bryan has crossed out 1896 and replaced it with 1900, adhering to, and remaining consistent with, his earlier principles; to the right are the same five disclaimers, this time they bow to Bryan and offer only one comment We do not believe you will do what you promise to do, and we admire you because we think you are insincere. Hill, Olney, Cockran, Watterson, Schurz.. Date 1900 October 24. Consistency, thou art a jewel!. Illustration shows two views of William Jennings Bryan sitting at a desk working on his campaign principles; the lower scene shows Bryan preparing for the 1896 presidential election, to the right are Carl Schurz, Henry Watterson, Bourke Cockran, Richard Olney, and David Hill, all in disagreement with Bryan, each holding a sheet of paper disclaiming his principles. In the upper scene, Bryan has crossed out 1896 and replaced it with 1900, adhering to, and remaining consistent with, his earlier principles; to the right are the same five disclaimers, this time they bow to Bryan and offer only one comment We do not believe you will do what you promise to do, and we admire you because we think you are insincere. Hill, Olney, Cockran, Watterson, Schurz.. Date 1900 October 24

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress