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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Working Class Gallery

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

Choose from 135 pictures in our Working Class 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.


Motherless, c1883, (c1902). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Motherless, c1883, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

Motherless, c1883, (c1902). After a painting in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Victorian graveyard scene: a recently widowed father tends his dead wife's grave while tenderly holding their child on his knee. Unusually for the time, this work depicts a working-class man as a nurturing parent. From The Nation's Pictures. A selection from the finest modern paintings in the public picture galleries of Great Britain, reproduced in colour. [Cassell and Company Ltd, London, c1902]

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images

St. Jamess Street, 18th century, (1925). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

St. Jamess Street, 18th century, (1925). Creator: Unknown

St. James's Street, 18th century, (1925). Engraving after Plate 4 of William Hogarth's A Rake's Progress of 1735, Arrested for Debt'. The rake, Tom Rakewell, is stopped as he alights from his sedan chair. On the left is a Bow Street officer. The scene is St James's Street, looking towards St James's Palace from the King Street junction in London. From "London in the Eighteenth Century", by Sir Walter Besant. [A. & C. Black, Ltd., London, 1925]

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Scene During The Preston Strike, c1890. Artist: William Rainey Featured Print

Scene During The Preston Strike, c1890. Artist: William Rainey

Scene During The Preston Strike, c1890. Part of the 1842 General Strike or Plug Plot Riots. These strikes and disturbances were prompted by depression in 1841-2 which resulted in wage cuts of over 25%. From Cassell's History of England, Vol. VI. by John Cassell. [A. W. Cowan, Cassell & Company Limited, London, Paris, Melbourne, c1890]

© The Print Collector