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Choose from 241 pictures in our Workshop 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.


The Engineer, 1867 Featured Print

The Engineer, 1867

The Engineer, 1867. The workman is using a file on an engine part held in a vice. Engineers made and maintained the steam engines and machinery used in manufacturing and transport. From a children's book. (London, 1867)

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The Reels of Gutta-percha Covered Conducting Wire Conveyed into Tanks at the Works Featured Print

The Reels of Gutta-percha Covered Conducting Wire Conveyed into Tanks at the Works

The Reels of Gutta-percha Covered Conducting Wire Conveyed into Tanks at the Works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company, at Greenwich, 1865-66

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George Washington at the Battle of Princeton, c. 1779. Creator: Charles Willson Peale (American Featured Print

George Washington at the Battle of Princeton, c. 1779. Creator: Charles Willson Peale (American

George Washington at the Battle of Princeton, c. 1779. Because Peale served under General Washington and befriended him during the Revolutionary War, he was an ideal candidate to compose this painting that commemorates one of Washington's most important early victories. Even the horse at the right appears impressed with Washington, at whom he gazes with pride. Peale's painting was instantly popular, and the artist produced several versions of it amid a rally of enthusiasm for the American cause. Some were commissioned by American colonists, others were ordered by Washington's admirers in France, Spain, Holland, Cuba, and even England. One of the most remarkable figures in early American history, Peale was interested in natural history and organized the first scientific expedition in the United States. Later, he opened one of the first financially successful museums in America, displaying stuffed animal specimens, fossils, shells, and a large selection of his portrait paintings

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