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Expression Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 178 pictures in our Expression 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.

Featured Print

Man with expression of horror, 18th century? Creator: Unknown

Man with expression of horror, 18th century? 'Horrour causes the eye brows to be knit, & sinks a great deal more; the eye balls placed at the bottom of the eyes are half cover'd by the lower eye lids, the mouth is half open, but closer in the middle than the sides, which being drawn back, makes wrinkles in ye cheeks, the muscles & the vains are strong.'

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'Espolio (Entkleidung Christi.)', (Disrobing of Christ), c1577-1579, (1938). Artist: El Greco

'Espolio (Entkleidung Christi.)', (Disrobing of Christ), c1580-1595, (1938). The Disrobing of Christ or El Expolio was begun in the summer of 1577 and completed in the spring of 1579 for the High Altar of the sacristy of the Cathedral of Toledo. From El Greco. [George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London, 1938]

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John Wilkes, English politician, 1762-1763 (1895). Artist: Unknown

John Wilkes, English politician, 1762-1763 (1895). Study for a cartoon Hogarth produced in 1763. Wilkes is wearing a wig that Hogarth has fashioned into two horns. He holds a cap (entitled liberty in the final cartoon) that Hogarth has positioned to make it look like a halo. On the table are copies of his newspaper The North Briton. In 1762 Hogarth had published a satire, The Times, that, for Hogarth, was unusually anti-war. It angered many politicians, including John Wilkes. Therefore Wilkes attacked Hogarth in The North Briton, by depicting him as an old fool. In response Hogarth produced this engraving. A print from The Magazine of Art, Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1895.

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