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Vortex Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 10 pictures in our Vortex collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


First issue of Blast magazine, 1914
First issue of Blast magazine, 1914
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Ivor Novello and Frances Doble in The Vortex (1928)
Ivor Novello and Frances Doble in The Vortex (1928)
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Fighting a Vortex
Fighting a Vortex
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Caricature by Macmichael of Noel Coward, at that time causing a sensation with his play
Caricature by Macmichael of Noel Coward, at that time causing a sensation with his play
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The Vortex by Noel Coward
The Vortex by Noel Coward
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Adrian Brunel filming The Vortex (1928)
Adrian Brunel filming The Vortex (1928)
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Lee and Richards Kitchen type vortex lift glider
Lee and Richards Kitchen type vortex lift glider
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The great Wallace shows An innovation in aerialism, the trip
The great Wallace shows An innovation in aerialism, the trip
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Amazing Stories Scifi magazine cover - Ocean Vortex
Amazing Stories Scifi magazine cover - Ocean Vortex
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Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska (Written from the Trenches)
Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska (Written from the Trenches)
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The Vortex by Noel Coward Featured Print

The Vortex by Noel Coward

Promotional postcard for The Vortex by Noel Coward. First produced at the Everyman Theatre, 25th November 1924. The play depicts the sexual vanity of a rich, ageing beauty, her troubled relationship with her adult son, and drug abuse in British society circles after the First World War. The son's cocaine habit is seen by many critics as a metaphor for homosexuality, then taboo in Britain. Despite, or because of, its controversial content for the time, the play was Coward's first great commercial success. Artist: E. P. Kinsella. Touring to Theatre Royal, Plymouth, 10th August 1925. Date: 1925

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