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Choose from 154 pictures in our Driving 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.


The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. Artist: Guy Sabran Featured Print

The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. Artist: Guy Sabran

The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. A print from the front cover of the magazine 'L'Illustration', 3 October 1931.

© Artmedia / Heritage-Images

1930s, 20th Century, Anticipation, Art Media, Automobile, Avenue, Building, Buildings, Car, Cars, Century, Color, Colour, Competitor, Concept, Country, Country House, Departure, Drive, Driver, Driveway, Driving, Excitement, Female, France, French, Guy, Guy Sabran, Lady, Lane, Lawn, Location, Male, Man, Men, Motor Car, Motor Sport, Motoring, Motorist, People, Print Collector4, Race, Racing, Rally, Rallying, Road, Road Transport, Sabran, Sport, Start, Starting Line, Stately Home, Street, Thirties, Transport, Transportation, Woman, Women

Mini on the 1959 Mobil Economy Run, George Hotel in Stamford. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Mini on the 1959 Mobil Economy Run, George Hotel in Stamford. Creator: Unknown

Mini on the 1959 Mobil Economy Run, George Hotel in Stamford.

© National Motor Museum/Heritage Images

1950s, 1959, 20th Century, Automobile, B And W, Black And White, Bw, Car, Century, Classic, Decade, Driving, England, Environment, Fifties, Fuel, George Hotel, Lincolnshire, Mini, Mobil Economy Run, National Motor Museum, Petrol, Road, Road Safety, Social History, Stamford, Stamford Lincolnshire England, Street, Tgn, Town, Unknown

'Good for you, girls!', 1940. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

'Good for you, girls!', 1940. Artist: Unknown

'Good for you, girls!', 1940. From I'm A Firegirl, booklet on the Auxiliary Fire Service (AFS), in Tuck's Better Little Book series. The Auxiliary Fire Service was formed in 1938 in Britain as part of the Civil Defence Service to supplement the work of brigades at local level. Members of the AFS were unpaid part-time volunteers, but could be called up for whole-time paid service if necessary. Men and women could join, the latter mainly in an administrative role. The illustrations in “I'm A Firegirl” depict what were seen as traditional feminine qualities, (caring, nurturing, making tea!) but also show women being disciplined and efficient. [Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., London, 1940]

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images