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Destruction Gallery

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Choose from 425 pictures in our Destruction collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A giant heaving a boulder at center, other giants to left and right struggling and rec Featured Print

A giant heaving a boulder at center, other giants to left and right struggling and rec

A giant heaving a boulder at center, other giants to left and right struggling and recoiling against impending boulders, nude figures climbing rocks and struggling in the background, from Giove che fulmina li giganti, after the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sala dei Giganti designed by Giulio Romano for the Palazzo del Te, Mantua, ca. 1680

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Burning of the Glasgow Theatre, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Burning of the Glasgow Theatre, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Burning of the Glasgow Theatre, 1845. Destruction of the City Theatre in Glasgow. After raging for fully an hour and a half, and a quantity of water having been thrown in by the engines, the flames subsided, having consumed every article the Theatre contained; and the brick walls and portico alone remained, presenting a most desolate and dreary picture...there is still much to regret in addition to the destruction of the Theatre, although no one sustained the slightest personal injury. No fewer than one hundred persons will be deprived of employment, with the loss, too, of a large amount of their little properties, such as music, musical instruments, and dresses, none of which are insured. The Theatre, which has only been open about four months...Mr. Anderson estimates the loss of scenery, wardrobe, machinery, and properties at £3000, making in all a sum of about £10,000. ...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Barrows in Greenwich Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Barrows in Greenwich Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Barrows in Greenwich Park, 1844. Ancient earthworks in London: There the Britons, in the fifth century, opened a vast burial field. There they interred their illustrious dead, and marked these venerated sites by those most durable of all memorials, plain circles of raised earth - rude symbols o( their untutored hope in an endless and happy existence. These proud memorials of our brave, our social, our religious ancestors, have dwelt to the present time in undisturbed security. No hand, through ages of violence and misrule, dared touch them...Ten days ago, while a public meeting...was being held for the purpose of taking the sense of the public on the threatened trespass and desecration, a set of...wretches were let loose on the barrows, and in a few short hours, three fourths of them were actually - and IN SPITE - cleanly and smoothly shaven from the face of the ancient sward'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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