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Engineer Gallery

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Choose from 179 pictures in our Engineer 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.

James Watt, Scottish engineer and inventor, 1833. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

James Watt, Scottish engineer and inventor, 1833. Artist: Unknown

James Watt, Scottish engineer and inventor, 1833. Watt (1736-1819) was born at Greenock on the Clyde, Scotland, and showed an interest in engineering and invention from an early age. He made great improvements to the steam engine, one of the most significant being the separate condenser, which saved fuel and time. In 1774 Watt went into partnership with Matthew Boulton (1728-1809) the Birmingham manufacturer and entrepreneur, building steam engines to power mills, factories and mines. From The Gallery of Portraits, London, 1833.

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'Davies Gilbert', (1767-1839), 1835. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

'Davies Gilbert', (1767-1839), 1835. Creator: Unknown

'Davies Gilbert', (1767-1839), 1835. Davies Gilbert (1767-1839) British engineer, author, and politician, educated at Penzance Grammar School and Pembroke College, Oxford. Served as President of the Royal Society from 1827 to 1830. After Henry Howard. From "The History, Antiquities, and Topography of the County of Sussex, Volume the First", by Thomas Walker Horsfield, F.S.A. [Baxter, Sussex Press, Lewes; Messrs. Nichols and Son, London, (1835)]

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'Leonardo Da Vinci'', (1933). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

'Leonardo Da Vinci'', (1933). Creator: Unknown

'Leonardo Da Vinci'', (1933). Portrait of Italian Renaissance artist, sculptor, engineer and inventor Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), whose scientific drawings featured ideas such as a spinning wheel and a flying machine. He dissected human bodies (which he used to produce accurate anatomical drawings), studied the properties of light and water and worked in Milan as an inspector of fortifications, and later in Florence as a military engineer. Only 17 of his completed paintings are known to survive, but all are regarded as masterpieces. They include the 'Mona Lisa' and 'The Last Supper'. After a self portrait made c1512-1515. From "Gestalten Der Weltgeschichte", a book of cigarette-card portrait miniatures of figures in world history from the last four hundred years. [Germany, 1933]

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