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Servants Gallery

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

Choose from 105 pictures in our Servants 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.


Jael hammering a tent peg into the temple of the sleeping Sisera, to the right a se Featured Print

Jael hammering a tent peg into the temple of the sleeping Sisera, to the right a se

Jael hammering a tent peg into the temple of the sleeping Sisera, to the right a servant hides behind a curtain; from the series of 112 prints of the sacred history, after the painting by Giovanni Battista Pittoni, ca. 1730-39

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Brunetta and Phillis, a scene from The Spectator, painted by John Gilbert, 1844 Featured Print

Brunetta and Phillis, a scene from The Spectator, painted by John Gilbert, 1844

Brunetta and Phillis, a scene from The Spectator, painted by John Gilbert, 1844. The fair Phillis, dressed in the rich brocade, awaits with impatience the entrance of her rival. Brunetta appears in a plain black silk mantua, but her train is supported by a negro girl, who is clothed in a piece of the identical brocade which Phillis prides herself upon. At this dreadful and unexpected sight Phillis faints away'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Scandal, from 'Illustrated London News', February 15, 1851., February 15, 1851 Featured Print

Scandal, from "Illustrated London News", February 15, 1851., February 15, 1851

Scandal, from "Illustrated London News", February 15, 1851. [Exhibition of the British Institution]

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