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Walking Cane Gallery

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

Choose from 41 pictures in our Walking Cane 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.


Oscar WiIde, Irish writer, wit and playwright, c1890 Featured Print

Oscar WiIde, Irish writer, wit and playwright, c1890

Oscar WiIde, Irish writer, wit and playwright, c1890. Wilde (1854-1900) was an exponent of art for art's sake. His best known novel is The Picture of Dorian Gray. He wrote a book of children's stories, The House of Pomegranates, and a series of plays including Lady Windermere's Fan, A Woman of No Importance, and The Importance of Being Ernest, which was believed by many to be the first modern comedy in English. Wilde was convicted of sodomy over his relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas in a notorious trial, and was jailed at Reading from 1895-1897. After his release he moved to Paris and wrote The Ballad of Reading Gaol, protesting at the inhumane conditions in prisons at the time. He died suddenly in 1900 from meningitis. (Colorised black and white print)

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Jules Ferry, French statesman, 1884 Featured Print

Jules Ferry, French statesman, 1884

Jules Ferry, French statesman, 1884. Jules Francois Camille Ferry (1832-1893) served as Prime Minister of France on two occasions, from November 1881 to January 1882 and from July 1882 until February 1883. He was a prominent advocate of the policy of French colonial expansion. Ferry was assassinated in March 1893. A photograph from Album de Photographies dans L'Intimite de Personnages Illustres, 1855-1915, 8th album, Editions MD, Paris

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Doctor Johnson in the ante-room of Lord Chesterfield, waiting for an audience, 1748 Featured Print

Doctor Johnson in the ante-room of Lord Chesterfield, waiting for an audience, 1748

Doctor Johnson in the ante-room of Lord Chesterfield, waiting for an audience, 1748. A critic, lexicographer, essayist, biographer and poet, Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) was one of the oustanding personalities of 18th century Britain. In 1755 he published his Dictionary of the English Language, regarded as the first great English dictionary, which took him 8 years to compile. Noted as a wit and conversationalist, Johnson founded the Literary Club in c1763, which numbered David Garrick, Edmund Burke, Oliver Goldsmith and Joshua Reynolds amongst its distinguished membership. Much of his fame derives from his highly popular biography, Life of Johnson, written by his friend and contemporary, James Boswell

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