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Waders Gallery

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

Choose from 45 pictures in our Waders 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.

Angler at Waltons Cottage, Stafford Featured Print

Angler at Waltons Cottage, Stafford

An angler in vintage gear at the door of Isaac Walton's cottage in Stafford, England. He wears a deerstalker hat, carries a wickerwork fishing basket and a vintage fly rod. Walton was author of The Compleat Angler. First published The Daily Telegraph Date: 1990

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

1990, 1990s, 90s, Angler, Angling, Cast, Casting, Coarse, Compleat, Complete, Deerstalker, Fisherman, Fishing, Fly, Hat, Isaac, Nineties, River, Rod, Sow, Stafford, Staffordshire, Vintage, Waders, Walton, Waterside

?Welcome Coffee?, a coffee break, November 1916 Featured Print

?Welcome Coffee?, a coffee break, November 1916

?Welcome Coffee?, a coffee break, November 1916.Lantern slide from a box of 80 lantern slides associated with the Western Front, 1916 (c).Canadian soldiers, several of whom are wearing trench waders, enjoy a coffee during a break from their duties on the Somme front. The Canadian Corps, consisting of four divisions, sustained around 24, 000 casualties during the Somme battles. From one of 29 boxes of lantern slides.Associated World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Date: 1917

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

WW1 cartoon - the water logged Western Front Featured Print

WW1 cartoon - the water logged Western Front

Illustration originally reproduced in the trench newspaper, The Gasper, featuring soldiers wading waist deep through a water-logged landscape on the Western Front. The caption reads, C'est magnifique! - mais c'est ne pas la guerre, a quote originally uttered by French Marshal Pierre Bosquet after witnessing the futility of the Charge of the Light Brigade. Illustration originally published in trench newspaper, The Gasper. Date: 1916

© Mary Evans Picture Library