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Brickmaking Gallery

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Choose from 10 pictures in our Brickmaking collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Brickmaking (Norfolk), c. 1883/87, printed 1888. Creator: Peter Henry Emerson
Brickmaking (Norfolk), c. 1883/87, printed 1888. Creator: Peter Henry Emerson
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Brickfield on the River Bure (Norfolk), c. 1883/87, printed 1888
Brickfield on the River Bure (Norfolk), c. 1883/87, printed 1888
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Brickmaking, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Brickmaking, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood
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Brick machines, 19th century
Brick machines, 19th century
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Brick Maker, 1808. Artist: William Henry Pyne
Brick Maker, 1808. Artist: William Henry Pyne
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Young girl tending the fire holes of a brick kiln, 1871
Young girl tending the fire holes of a brick kiln, 1871
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Ceramics industry, c1870
Ceramics industry, c1870
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Building of the Tower of Babel, 1716
Building of the Tower of Babel, 1716
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Brickfield, 1808. Artist: William Henry Pyne
Brickfield, 1808. Artist: William Henry Pyne
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Children carrying loads of clay in the brickyards of the English Midlands, 1871
Children carrying loads of clay in the brickyards of the English Midlands, 1871
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Brickmaking, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood Featured Image

Brickmaking, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Brickmaking, Egypt, 1905. We see here modern natives engaged in brickmaking by the same methods that were employed five thousand years ago. The soft mud is being mixed under the feet of a fellah, while another at a table moulds it into bricks. These are taken while still in the moulds and carried to the yard by a third native who gently detaches them from the mould and leaves them to dry in long rows. In spite of the lack of firing they make a very desirable wall. Stereoscopic card. Detail. From a series called Egypt Through the Stereoscope, text by James H Breasted

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