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Gamekeeper Gallery

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Choose from 10 pictures in our Gamekeeper collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Freeman, the Earl of Clarendon's gamekeeper, with a dying doe and hound, 1800
Freeman, the Earl of Clarendon's gamekeeper, with a dying doe and hound, 1800
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His Majesty King Edward VII, 1901. Creator: Unknown
His Majesty King Edward VII, 1901. Creator: Unknown
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The Old Gamekeeper, ca. 1844. Creator: Possibly by David Kinnebrook
The Old Gamekeeper, ca. 1844. Creator: Possibly by David Kinnebrook
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The Prince of Wales Pheasant-Shooting at Sandringham, 1893, (1901). Creator: Unknown
The Prince of Wales Pheasant-Shooting at Sandringham, 1893, (1901). Creator: Unknown
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Who am I! I'm the Mistress of this ere ouse, and this is the young Squire!, 1865
Who am I! I'm the Mistress of this ere ouse, and this is the young Squire!, 1865
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The Gamekeepers Cottage, Somerset, 1904. Artist: John William North
The Gamekeepers Cottage, Somerset, 1904. Artist: John William North
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Game Keepers, 1790. Artist: Henry Birche
Game Keepers, 1790. Artist: Henry Birche
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Game Keepers, 1790, (1902). Artist: Henry Birche
Game Keepers, 1790, (1902). Artist: Henry Birche
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The Political Situation, 1860
The Political Situation, 1860
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Great Poaching Affray on the Liberal Preserves, 1859
Great Poaching Affray on the Liberal Preserves, 1859
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Great Poaching Affray on the Liberal Preserves, 1859 Featured Print

Great Poaching Affray on the Liberal Preserves, 1859

Great Poaching Affray on the Liberal Preserves, 1859. After the defeat of Disraeli's Reform Bill, Lord Derby's Conservative Government decided to go to the country in a General Election. Lord Russell (on the left) had long been advocating modest parliamentary reform, as had John Bright, the shadowy figure behind the gate. It was felt in some circles that Disraeli had poached their long held policies and had endeavoured to abuse them for the purposes of furthering Conservative fortunes. This cartoon shows Gamekeeper Russell demanding that the besmocked poacher, Disraeli, hand over the blunderbuss with which he has just killed his own government. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 26, 1859

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