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Wells Gallery

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

Choose from 405 pictures in our Wells 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.


Greyhound Racing Featured Print

Greyhound Racing

Notable personalities in the greyhound racing world, from left: Mr. F. S. Gentle (Assistant MD of the Greyhound Racing Association), Brig.-Gen. A.C. Critchley (Vice Chairman and MD of the Greyhound Racing Assoc), Mr. H. Garland-Wells, fourth from left reading blue paper (Chairman of the Committee of the London Greyhound Tracks & Chairman/MD of Clapton Stadium), Maj.-Gen. Lord Loch (Vice President of the National Greyhound Racing Association), Lt.-Col. J.T.C. Moore-Brabazon (Director of the Greyhound Racing Association), Col. Romer Baggally (Secretary of the National Greyhound Racing Club), Mr. C.A. Munn (who brought greyhound racing in the form we know it today from America), Mr. Con. A.L. Stevens (Director and General and Racing Manager at Wimbledon Stadium), Lt.-Col.A. D. Cameron (Racing Director of the Greyhound Racing Association), Mr. A. J. Elvin (MD of the Empire Stadium, Wembley), Major C. E. R. Moss, in brown cap (Racing Manager of Clapton Stadium), Mr. W.J. Cearns (Chairman of Wimbledon Stadium), Captain A. E. Brice (Racing Manager of Wembley Stadium), Mr. F.J. Power (Managing Director of Catford Stadium) and, in the foreground, Mr Henry Sawtell (Steward of the National Greyhound Racing Club).

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

H.G.Wells playing Little Wars Featured Print

H.G.Wells playing Little Wars

H.G.Wells playing 'Little Wars'. His book of the same name, published in 1913, described a set of rules for playing with toy soldiers, and formed the basis of hobby wargaming which is still popular today. The picture shows Wells on the left, taking a measurement with a piece of string to work out the distance his forces may move. His opponent on the right awaits his turn, while the umpire, seated, times the move with a stopwatch. Before play began, the curtains which can be seen, would have been drawn to divide the battlefield and allow each player to set out his forces in secrecy.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Evening Featured Print

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Evening

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 3. Evening. The original Sadlers Wells Theatre building can be seen on the left. A cow is being milked, suggesting that it is around five o'clock. It is a warm summer's evening. A pregnant woman and her husband can be seen in the foreground. The horns behind the husband's head suggest that he has been cuckolded.

© Mary Evans Picture Library