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

Some suggested art for the perfect Father's Day gift.

Choose from 44 pictures in our Father's Day 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.


'Motherless', c1883, (c1902). Creator: Unknown Featured Father's Day Print

'Motherless', c1883, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

'Motherless', c1883, (c1902). After a painting in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Victorian graveyard scene: a recently widowed father tends his dead wife's grave while tenderly holding their child on his knee. Unusually for the time, this work depicts a working-class man as a nurturing parent. From The Nation's Pictures. A selection from the finest modern paintings in the public picture galleries of Great Britain, reproduced in colour. [Cassell and Company Ltd, London, c1902]

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Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. Artist: Barratt's Photo Press Ltd Featured Father's Day Print

Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. Artist: Barratt's Photo Press Ltd

Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. A left back, Hapgood (1908-1973) was Arsenal's captain from 1933. In all he made 393 appearances for the club between 1927 and 1944 and also captained England in the 1930s. He is followed onto the field by centre half Herbie Roberts (1905-1944), who played 297 times for Arsenal between 1926 and 1937. A print from Football Ambassador by EA (Eddie) Hapgood, Sporting Handbooks LTD, London, 1945

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Rockfel, Jockey: H. Wragg', 1939. Artist: Unknown Featured Father's Day Print

Rockfel, Jockey: H. Wragg', 1939. Artist: Unknown

Rockfel, Jockey: H. Wragg', 1939. In 1938 British jockey and racehorse trainer Harry Wragg rode the filly Rockfel, whom he described as the best horse he had ever ridden, to win the Oaks and Champion Stakes. He gained the nickname The Head Waiter due to his come from behind riding style. In a 27-year riding career, Wragg rode over 1700 winners in Britain and Ireland, including three victories in the Epsom Derby and ten in other British Classic Races. This was followed by a successful 36-year training career. From Racehorses & Jockeys, 1938 - A Series of 40. [W. D. & H. O. Wills, Bristol, 1939]

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