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Choose from 109 pictures in our Size 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.


Cestina Warehouse or Belly Piece Shop, April 16, 1793. Creator Featured Print

Cestina Warehouse or Belly Piece Shop, April 16, 1793. Creator

Cestina Warehouse or Belly Piece Shop, April 16, 1793. Possibly after George Moutard Woodward

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The Baron , a Noted Tall Tree, 1901. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The Baron , a Noted Tall Tree, 1901. Creator: Unknown

"The Baron", a Noted Tall Tree, 1901. David Boyle named this tree growing at Sassafras Gully in the Dandenong Ranges after Baron Ferdinand von Mueller. Initially measured at 522 feet, it was later remeasured at 466 feet, and properly measured at 219 feet 9 inches. From "Federated Australia". [The Werner Company, London, 1901]

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Colossal sandstone statue of Akhenaten, Ancient Egyptian, Amarna period, c1350-1334 BC Featured Print

Colossal sandstone statue of Akhenaten, Ancient Egyptian, Amarna period, c1350-1334 BC

Colossal sandstone statue of Akhenaten, Ancient Egyptian, Amarna period, c1350-1334 BC. Statue of the Pharaoh Akhenaten standing with arms folded and holding the flail and heka sceptres. The lack of genitalia is thought to be a reflection of the belief that the pharaoh was the primordial god, both a mother and father to the people. The statue was erected at Karnak at the temple courtyard build by Akhenaten, next to the temple of Amun-Ra. From the Egyptian Museum, Cairo

© Werner Forman Archive / Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Heritage-Images