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Images Dated 2012 December

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Choose from 195 pictures in our Images Dated 2012 December 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.


Featured December Print

Ramón y Cajal, Santiago (Petilla of Aragon, Navarra, 1852-Madrid, 1934)

Ramon y Cajal, Santiago (Petilla of Aragon, Navarra, 1852-Madrid, 1934). Professor of Medicine and Surgery. Spanish histologist and pathologist, he awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1906 for discovering the mechanisms that govern the morphology and connective processes of nerve cells, a revolutionary new theory that came to be called the 'neuron doctrine'. Drawing by Rod, 1945

Featured December Print

José María Vallés and Ribot, (Barcelona, ??1849 - Vallvidrera, 1911)

Jose Maria Valles and Ribot, (Barcelona, ??1849 - Vallvidrera, 1911), Republican politician from Catalonia, a member of the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation of Catalonia. From his youth he was in the Democratic Federal Republican Party and in 1873 was elected Member of the Constituent Courts of the First Spanish Republic, was also the first president of the Federalist Center Barcelona, provincial deputy and co-editor of the Projecte constitucio catala per a l'estat (Draft constitution for the Catalan State) (1883), and represented several districts in the Catalan Cortes along successive legislatures

Featured December Print

Gabriel Maura and Gamazo, (Madrid, 1879-1963)

Gabriel Maura and Gamazo, (Madrid, 1879-1963). Spanish politician and historian, son of Antonio Maura y Montaner and married to the 5th Countess of Mortera, he was I Duke of Maura and a member of the Liberal-Conservative Party, he was Member of Parliament for Calatayud, representative of Spain at the Peace Conference of the Hague, 1907, at the London Naval Conference of 1908 and senator for life from 1919