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Anglo French Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Anglo French collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Parana River, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo
Parana River, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo
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Battle of the Alma, 1859. Artist: J Cantrill
Battle of the Alma, 1859. Artist: J Cantrill
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Bombardment of Sweaborg, 1859. Artist: John Watkins
Bombardment of Sweaborg, 1859. Artist: John Watkins
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A map of Africa after the The Anglo-French Convention, 1899
A map of Africa after the The Anglo-French Convention, 1899
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Private and Confidential, opening of the Anglo-French telephone line, 1891
Private and Confidential, opening of the Anglo-French telephone line, 1891
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Opening of the Anglo-French telephone line, 1891
Opening of the Anglo-French telephone line, 1891
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Opening of the London to Paris telegraph link, 1852
Opening of the London to Paris telegraph link, 1852
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The Anglo-French Convention, 1899. Artist: Oswaldo Tofani
The Anglo-French Convention, 1899. Artist: Oswaldo Tofani
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A Tiff, 1881. Artist: Joseph Swain
A Tiff, 1881. Artist: Joseph Swain
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A Tiff, 1881. Artist: Joseph Swain Featured Print

A Tiff, 1881. Artist: Joseph Swain

A Tiff, 1881. John Bull, the representative of the British people, is at odds with Madame France in this cartoon. This illustrates a dispute between the governments of the two countries after France's refusal to allow the existing commercial agreements to be prolonged. The stalemate did not last, however, and on 16th September 1881, the French government agreed to extend the commercial agreements for a further three months. From Punch, or the London Charivari, September 10, 1881

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