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Choose from 265 pictures in our Hand 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 Battle Between Cribb and Molineaux, September 28, 1811, October 3, 1811 Featured Print

The Battle Between Cribb and Molineaux, September 28, 1811, October 3, 1811

The Battle Between Cribb and Molineaux, September 28, 1811, October 3, 1811. Cribb's second was John Gully and his bottle-holder Joe Ward. Molineaux's second was Bill Richmond, Bill Gibbons his bottleholder with referee John Jackson

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19th Century, African American, Afro American, America, American, Attributed To George Cruikshank, Bill, Bill Gibbons, Black, Boxer, Boxing, Boxing Ring, Britain, British, Caucasian, Century, Coach, Color, Colour, Country, Cribb, Cribb Tom, Crowd, Cruikshank George, England, English, Etching, Ethnicity, Face To Face, Fist, George Cruikshank, Gibbons, Gibbons Bill, Group, Gully, Gully John, Guy, Hand, Hand Coloured, Hand Tinted, Heritage Art, Illustration, Joe, Joe Ward, John, John Gully, Knight, Knight Walker And, Location, Male, Man, Men, Metaphor, Mixed Race Group, Molineaux, Molineaux Tom, Nineteenth Century, Opponent, People, Portrait, Pugilist, Rivalry, Rutland, Spectator, Spectators, Sport, Tgn, The Body, Thistleton, Thistleton Rutland England United Kingdom, Thomas Cribb, Tom, Tom Cribb, Tom Molineaux, United Kingdom, United States, United States Of America, Usa, Walker And, Walker And Knight, Ward, Ward Joe, White

Burning the Farm of a Treacherous Burgher, 1901. Creator: Richard Caton Woodville II Featured Print

Burning the Farm of a Treacherous Burgher, 1901. Creator: Richard Caton Woodville II

Burning the Farm of a Treacherous Burgher, 1901. During Peace talks of February 1901, Kitchner declared he would stop his troops burning farms if Louis Botha instructed the Boers to stop using them as bases. From "South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. VI", by Louis Creswicke. [T. C. & E. C. Jack, Edinburgh, 1901]

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a. Hands of Saint Remi (lower register); b. Head of Saint Clotilde (upper register) Featured Print

a. Hands of Saint Remi (lower register); b. Head of Saint Clotilde (upper register)

a. Hands of Saint Remi (lower register); b. Head of Saint Clotilde (upper register); c. Head of Saint Clotilde (lower register); d. Head of an Angel (upper register); e. Hand and Sleeve of Saint Remi, 19th century

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