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Tied Gallery

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

Choose from 226 pictures in our Tied 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.


Nobody Loves Me by George Studdy Featured Print

Nobody Loves Me by George Studdy

A wet and bedraggled Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, is found tied to a lamp post in the pouring rain and forgotten by a policeman with a torch. Credit should read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evan"

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evans

Abandoned, Animal, Bedraggled, Bonzo, Canine, Cruelty, Dog, Drenched, Forgotten, Found, Historical, History, Lamp, Lost, Post, Pouring, Rain, Sad, Studdy, Tied, Torch, Wet

WW2 - Home Front - Boy from Trinity County School, Wood Green, Middlesex picking Peas Featured Print

WW2 - Home Front - Boy from Trinity County School, Wood Green, Middlesex picking Peas

WW2 - Home Front - Boy from Trinity County School, Wood Green, Middlesex picking Peas at a farm at Terling, Essex - an initiative of the Essex War Agricultural Committee, the Town Clerk of the village and the executives of Lord Rayleigh's farms. Date: 1942

1940, 2nd, Agricultural, Boy, Children, Committee, Countryside, County, Essex, Evacuated, Evacuees, Farm, Farms, Front, Green, Haeddress, Head, Home, Hot, Ii, Initiative, Lord, Middlesex, Pea, Peas, Pick, Picker, Picking, Picks, Plants, Plucking, Plucks, Programme, Protecting, Rayleighs, Scarf, School, Schoolboy, Summer, Sun, Sunshade, Terling, Tied, Trinity, War, Wartime, Wood, Work, Workers, Working, World, Wwii, Young

WW2 - German Commando executed by American Military Police Featured Print

WW2 - German Commando executed by American Military Police

WW2 - German Commando Gefreiter Wilhelm Schmidt executed by American Military Police on 23 December 1944 after his capture near Aywaille on 17th December 1944. The Germans being executed were part of Otto Skorzeny's team of commandos that penetrated American lines during the Battle of the Bulge (Operation Greif). They were captured in American uniforms, and their mission was to blow up a bridge. A lack of vehicles, uniforms, and equipment limited the operation and it never achieved its original aim of securing the Meuse bridges. Date: 1944

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection