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Phiz Gallery

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Choose from 40 pictures in our Phiz collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A masterpiece of graphic humour, 1844. Creator: Hablot Knight Browne Featured Print

A masterpiece of graphic humour, 1844. Creator: Hablot Knight Browne

A masterpiece of graphic humour, 1844. A man flirts with two young women: There's our beautiful eye of grey, Sir, And our blue one that seems to say, Sir, If your intintions lie in that way, Sir, His reverence [ie the vicar] lives hard by!
...Such is the verse from Doctor O'Toole's "Grand Historical Lilt", in the "Illuminated Magazine" for the present month, which Phiz has illustrated in true poetic vein: it is, indeed, a masterpiece of graphic humour'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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What matter did it make to him how she rode, confound this ugly place, 1865. Artists: John Leech, Hablot Knight Browne Featured Print

What matter did it make to him how she rode, confound this ugly place, 1865. Artists: John Leech, Hablot Knight Browne

What matter did it make to him how she rode, confound this ugly place, 1865. From Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds, written by Robert Smith Surtees, illustrated by John Leech and H.K. Phiz Browne. [Bradbury, Evans & Co., London, 1865]

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Resurrectionists or body snatchers raiding a cemetery to provide a cadaver for dissection, 1887. Artist: Hablot Knight Browne Featured Print

Resurrectionists or body snatchers raiding a cemetery to provide a cadaver for dissection, 1887. Artist: Hablot Knight Browne

Resurrectionists or body snatchers raiding a cemetery to provide a cadaver for dissection, 1887. The phenomenon of body snatching became increasingly prevalent in the late 18th and early 19th century. Demand from doctors for cadavers for dissection outstripped supply, and as a result, body snatchers began stealing corpses which they would supply to doctors for money. Two notorious Edinburgh criminals, William Burke and William Hare, took the process a stage further, murdering tramps and then supplying their bodies to anatomists. From The Chronicles of Crime by Camden Pelham. (London, 1887)

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