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Violence Gallery

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Choose from 104 pictures in our Violence 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.

Belfast riots, August 1920 Featured Print

Belfast riots, August 1920

A double page spread from the Illustrated London News, reporting on rioting in Belfast that began on the night of the 23rd August, and continued for a week. The feature is entitled "The worst rioting in the history of Belfast disturbances, which causes 500, 000 damage".Armoured cars and Lewis guns were used to quell the factions, with barbed wire barricades erected in the streets. Pubs and shops were set alight, and effigies were hung from lamposts by Unionists. Date: August 1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Circe by Will Dyson Featured Print

Circe by Will Dyson

Cartoon by the Australian cartoonist and artist, Will Dyson (1880-1938). Dyson made his name on the Sydney Bulletin and then in London on the Daily Herald where his cartoons during the First World War, captured the savagery of the conflict. The Sketch describes his work, which was on exhibition at the Leicester Galleries and later compiled into a volume called, Kultur Cartoons, as pitiless where injustice, pettiness and priggery are concerned. H. G. Wells wrote of him, Mr. Dyson perceives in militaristic monarchy and national pride a threat to the world, to civilisation, and all that he holds dear, and straightaway he sets about to slay it with his pencil. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

At Close Quarters in the Bull Ring by Edmund Blampied Featured Print

At Close Quarters in the Bull Ring by Edmund Blampied

Artist's impression of a tussle in the famous bull-ring at San Sebastian, where a bull has forced the matador's luckless steed up against the side of the arena, nearly unseating the rider who has planted a blow in the animal's shoulder. Meanwhile, other matadors and toreadors stand ready to come to their companion's assistance should he be in serious danger. Date: 1926

© Estate of Edmund Blampied/ILN/Mary Evans