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Butt Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Butt collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Flintlock Blunderbuss with a Folding Butt, Brescia, 1775. Creator: Nicola Duna
Flintlock Blunderbuss with a Folding Butt, Brescia, 1775. Creator: Nicola Duna
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Hinge Butt, c. 1940. Creator: Nicholas Amantea
Hinge Butt, c. 1940. Creator: Nicholas Amantea
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Clara Butt (1872-1936), English contralto, 1911
Clara Butt (1872-1936), English contralto, 1911
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Kennerley Rumford (1870-1957), English baritone, early 20th century.Artist: Fellows Willson
Kennerley Rumford (1870-1957), English baritone, early 20th century.Artist: Fellows Willson
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Clara Ellen Butt (1872-1936), English contralto, early 20th century.Artist: Fellows Willson
Clara Ellen Butt (1872-1936), English contralto, early 20th century.Artist: Fellows Willson
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Clara Ellen Butt (1872-1936) and Kennerley Rumford (1870-1957), English singers, 1906
Clara Ellen Butt (1872-1936) and Kennerley Rumford (1870-1957), English singers, 1906
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The Raised Skirt, 1742. Artist: Francois Boucher
The Raised Skirt, 1742. Artist: Francois Boucher
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Home-(Rule)-Opathy, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain
Home-(Rule)-Opathy, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain
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Home-(Rule)-Opathy, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain Featured Image

Home-(Rule)-Opathy, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain

Home-(Rule)-Opathy, 1874. Mr Isaac Butt, the moderate leader of the Irish Home Rule Party opens a box labelled Home Rule. Ireland sits by her small fire with her meagre possessions on a stool beside her. This relates to the introduction of a motion by Mr Butt calling for Home Rule in Ireland, and this was debated at the beginning of July 1874. Mr Bull, the representative in Punch of the British people, held the view that Britain might legitimately pursue peace and freedom from Irish troubles by allowing Home Rule. However, duty to Ireland meant that the United Kingdom should remain united and, although Mr Butt spoke eloquently for his motion, it was the right result, in Punch's opinion, that the motion was in the end comprehensively defeated. From Punch, or the London Charivari, July 11, 1874

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