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Wilding Gallery

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

Choose from 54 pictures in our Wilding 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.


International tennis players at Wimbledon, 1911 Featured Print

International tennis players at Wimbledon, 1911

Page from The Sketch magazine featuring photographs of international players competing at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis championships in 1911. Top row from left: Miss M. Reick (Germany), Mr R. Heath (Australia), Mr A. F. Wilding (New Zealand), Miss C. Castenschiold(Sweden). Second row: Mr A. W. Dunlop (Australia), Mr S. N. Doust (Australia), Mr P de Borman (Belgium). 3rd row: Mr F. E. Cochran (South Africa), Mr A. H. Gobert and Mr Max Decugis (France), Mr E. O. Pockley (Australia). Bottom row: Mr C. Van Lennep (Holland), Mr L. R. H. Kleinschroth and Mr F. W. Rahe (Germany) and Mr E. Larsen (Denmark). Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sketch cover - Anthony Wilding and Suzanne Lenglen Featured Print

Sketch cover - Anthony Wilding and Suzanne Lenglen

Front cover of The Sketch magazine showing the new French tennis star, fifteen year old Suzanne Lenglen, pictured with New Zealand Wimbledon champion, Anthony Wilding who had been her doubles partner at the Nice Lawn Tennis Club. The Sketch remarks of Lenglen, One day, possibly, she will be champion of the world Wilding, who set hearts beating among the crowd at Wimbledon was killed in May 1915 at the Battle of Aubers Ridge. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Anthony Wilding being congratulated at Wimbledon, 1905 Featured Print

Anthony Wilding being congratulated at Wimbledon, 1905

New Zealand tennis player, Anthony Frederick Wilding (1883-1915), Wimbledon Mens Champion in 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913 pictured early in his career at the age of 22 being congratulated after defeating American, W. J. Clothier at Wimbledon in 1905, despite losing the first two sets. He was eventually beaten in the quarter finals by the 37 year old Arthur Gore. Tall, handsome, athletic and genial, Wilding became a hugely popular sporting star. After his 1913 championship win, ladies reported fainted due to the excitement and rush of the crowd. His championship run came to an end in 1914 when he was beaten by Australian, Norman. Brookes in three straight sets. Wilding died near Neuve Chapelle, France on 9 May 1915 while fighting in the Battle of Aubers Ridge. Date: 1905

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans