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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Male Likeness Gallery

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

Choose from 201 pictures in our Male Likeness 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.


Lincoln Triumphant, The Great Statue in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., c1930s Featured Print

Lincoln Triumphant, The Great Statue in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., c1930s

Lincoln Triumphant, The Great Statue in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., c1930s. Statue of the16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln designed by Daniel Chester French; carved by the Piccirilli Brothers. Lincoln may be using sign language to represent his initials, his left hand is shaped to form an A and his right forms the letter L'. From "Tour of the World". [Keystone View Company, Meadville, Pa., New York, Chicago, London]

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Roma - Janiculum Hill - Monument to Garibaldi, by Emilio Gallori, 1895, 1910 Featured Print

Roma - Janiculum Hill - Monument to Garibaldi, by Emilio Gallori, 1895, 1910

Roma - Janiculum Hill - Monument to Garibaldi, by Emilio Gallori, 1895, 1910. The equestrian monument dedicated to Giuseppe Garibaldi is an imposing equestrian statue placed in Rome on the highest point of the Janiculum hill on the square Piazza Garibaldi. Giuseppe Garibaldi was an Italian general, politician and nationalist who played a large role in the history of Italy From Cento Vedute Classiche di Roma. [Enrico Verdesi, Rome, 1910]

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El Pelele, (The Straw Manikin), 1791-1792, (c1934). Artist: Francisco Goya Featured Print

El Pelele, (The Straw Manikin), 1791-1792, (c1934). Artist: Francisco Goya

El Pelele, (The Straw Manikin), 1791-1792, (c1934). Four young women laugh and play, blanket-tossing a doll or manikin. The blanket-tossing of a doll is used here by Goya as a clear allegory of women's domination of men. This painting was used for the tapestries in Carlos IV's office at El Escorial. Oil on canvas. Held in the Museo del Prado, Madrid. From Galerias De Europa: Museo Del Prado, by A. De Beruete y Moret & Augusto L. Mayer. [Editorial Labor, S.A., Barcelona, c1934]

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