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Tramps Gallery

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

Choose from 66 pictures in our Tramps 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.

Tramps at sea by Lawrence Tibbett - Music Sheet Cover Featured Print

Tramps at sea by Lawrence Tibbett - Music Sheet Cover

Tramps at sea by Lawrence Tibbetts - Music Sheet Cover, lyrics and music by Herbert Stothart, Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields, sing by Lawrence Tibbett - his favorit concert songs. An illustration with a photo of Lawrence in a picture frame in the middle of the cover. Date: circa 2001

© Mary Evans Picture Library

2001s, Aug17, Concert, Cover, Dorothy, Entertainer, Entertainmen, Favorit, Fields, Frame, Herbert, Illustration, Jimmy, Lawrence, Mchugh, Music, Picture, Sea, Sheet, Sing, Singer, Stothart, Tibbett, Tramps

Old man pulling prams, Balham, SW London Featured Print

Old man pulling prams, Balham, SW London

An old man pulling along a series of prams joined together, on a road in Balham, SW London. Each of the first two prams contains a large leather armchair, and the third one contains a wooden crate. Date: circa 1960s

© The Paul Kaye Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

1960s, 60s, Age, Armchair, Balham, Bay, Bone, Bones, Building, Buildings, Chest, Crate, Furniture, Heavy, Historical, History, House, Houses, Joined, Junk, Large, Leather, London, Man, Men, Old, Pram, Prams, Pulling, Rag, Rags, Road, Sixties, Street, Sw, Tea, Terrace, Terraced, Tramp, Tramps, Transport, Vagrant, Vagrants, Window, Windows, Wooden

Homeless Men in a Royal Park, London, 1903 Featured Print

Homeless Men in a Royal Park, London, 1903

Illustration showing a group of homeless men sleeping on the grass in one of London's Royal Parks, 1903. The original caption for this image ran: The Submerged Tenth - Lounging in London's Royal Parks. Vagabonds, wastrels, and tramps of every kind lie about the grass, and sometimes they perform their ablutions. Strangely enough this is most frequently done in the parks under the Crown, and even in the park in front of the royal palace. Date: 10/10/1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans