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Innovator Gallery

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

Choose from 51 pictures in our Innovator 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

'William Tyndale', (1943). Creator: Unknown

'William Tyndale', (1943). Undated portrait of a man, previously believed to be English translator and martyr William Tyndale (c1494-1536). Tyndale set out to translate the Bible into common English. Because his translation was unauthorised by the Church, and because of his support for the Reformation, Tyndale was forced to work on his project in Germany. Printed in Cologne in 1525, Tyndale's New Testament was the first English translation to take advantage of the new medium of printing, enabling it to have a wide distribution. It was banned by the authorities however, and Tyndale was burned at the stake at Vilvorde, Belgium in 1536. Painting in the collection of Hertford College, Oxford. From "The English Bible", by Sir Herbert Grierson. [Collins, London, 1943]

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Gustav Kirchhoff, Robert Bunsen and Henry Roscoe, scientists, c1860. Artist: Unknown

Gustav Kirchhoff, Robert Bunsen and Henry Roscoe, scientists, c1860. Left to right: Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1824-1887), German physicist; Robert Wilhelm Eberhard von Bunsen (1811-1899), German physicist and chemist; Henry Enfield Roscoe (1833-1915), English chemist. From History of Chemistry by Edward Thorpe. (London, 1910). Kirchhoff and Bunsen's collaboration on spectrum analysis led, in 1859, to the discovery of caesium and rubidium. Roscoe was also a collaborator and friend of Bunsen, the two notably working together on comparative photochemistry.

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Etienne Jules Marey (1830-1903), with cine camera, 1903. Artist: Unknown

Etienne Jules Marey (1830-1903), French physiologist, with cine camera, 1903. Top: Chambre chrono-photographique, the first cine-camera, is used to study movement of creatures in aquarium. Below: camera detail, showing ribbon of light-sensitive paper by either Eastman or Balagny.

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