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Choose from 334 pictures in our Scroll 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.


Plate 17: a cartouche with a marble center, an infant on either side holding a garland Featured Print

Plate 17: a cartouche with a marble center, an infant on either side holding a garland

Plate 17: a cartouche with a marble center, an infant on either side holding a garland over the horns of a ram in center, from 'Collection of various caprices and new inventions of cards and ornaments' (Raccolta di varii cappriccii et nove inventioni di cartelle et ornamenti), 1646.

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Opening of 'Horn Fair' at Charlton, in 1745, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Opening of "Horn Fair" at Charlton, in 1745, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Opening of "Horn Fair" at Charlton, in 1745, 1845. Annual fair in south London; a scene inspired by '...a drawing of that period, in the possession of Sir Thomas Maryon Wilson, of Charlton House...It was then customary for the Lord of the Manor to open the fair by reading from a scroll a sort of proclamation to the crowd assembled on the green in front of the manor-house..."An old newspaper informs us that so late as 1770, it was the custom for a procession, formed of a king, a queen, a miller, &c., to leave some of the old inns in Bishopsgate-street, accompanied by a great concourse of people, all of whom: " 'In comely sorts their foreheads did adorne, With goodly coronets of hardy horne"'. The fair was said '...to have obtained its name from the annual sale of horn drinking cups, spoons, winding-horns, and other articles manufactured of that material'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII.

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“‘Little Purple Gromwell (Wakamurasaki): Shosho Featured Print

“‘Little Purple Gromwell (Wakamurasaki): Shosho

"'Little Purple Gromwell (Wakamurasaki): Shosho," from the series Scenes amid Genji Clouds Matched with Ukiyo-e Pictures (Genji-gumo ukiyo e-awase), ca. 1845-61

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