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Innocence Gallery

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

Choose from 220 pictures in our Innocence 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 Tulip and the Butterfly Appear in gayer Coats than I, 1832, (1947). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The Tulip and the Butterfly Appear in gayer Coats than I, 1832, (1947). Creator: Unknown

The Tulip and the Butterfly Appear in gayer Coats than I, 1832, (1947). Two children, one reading and the other wearing a sheer dress. Illustration to a hymn tilted Against Pride In Clothes'. Page, coloured by John Constable for his daughter Emily from "Songs, Divine and Moral, for the Use of Children" by Isaac Watts, first published in 1715. Constable wrote: I have coloured all the pictures in Dr Watt's Hymn book for Dear Emily, to be sent on her birth day, it looks very pretty'. In the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Published in "English Hymns and Hymn Writers", by Adam Fox. [Collins, London, 1947]

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Who did with her according to his vow, early-mid 19th century? Creator: Samuel Freeman Featured Print

Who did with her according to his vow, early-mid 19th century? Creator: Samuel Freeman

Who did with her according to his vow, early-mid 19th century? Biblical scene, from Judges 11:39: And it came to pass at the end of two months, that she returned unto her father, who did with her according to his vow which he had vowed: and she knew no man [was a virgin]. And it was a custom in Israel, that each year the young women of Israel go out for four days to lament the daughter of Jephthah the Gileadite. The story of the Sacrifice of Jephthah's Daughter, or Jephthah's Tragic Vow. The judge Jephthah prepares to sacrifice his daughter in obedience to the oath he swore to sacrifice the first thing that came to greet him should he gain victory against the Ammonites. He raises the knife, a boy kneels holding a bowl for the blood, and a man holds the blindfolded girl's hands behind her. Engraving after a work of 1791 by John Opie

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St. Christopher. 1423, 1915. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

St. Christopher. 1423, 1915. Creator: Unknown

St. Christopher. 1423, St Christopher (Christ-bearer) carrying Christ across the stream. Legend has it that St Christopher was a 3rd century Canaanite giant whose task was to carry travellers across the water. One day he had to carry a child across the stream, but as he did so the child grew continually heavier until it seemed to Christopher that he was carrying the weight of the whole world on his shoulders. When questioned the child revealed himself as Christ, and as proof ordered Christopher to plant his staff in the ground. The next morning the staff had been miraculously transformed into a fruit-bearing palm tree. The miracle led to many people converting to Christianity, which enraged the local ruler, who had Christopher imprisoned, tortured and finally, beheaded. 1915. From "Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century in the John Rylands Library - Manchester". [The University Press, Longmans, Green & Company and Bernard Quaritch, Manchester, London, New York, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, 1915]

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