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Choose from 35944 pictures in our Images Dated 2019 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 wild Hunt of Odin, 1872. Creator: Arbo, Peter Nicolai (1831-1892) Featured 2019 Print

The wild Hunt of Odin, 1872. Creator: Arbo, Peter Nicolai (1831-1892)

The wild Hunt of Odin, 1872. Found in the Collection of Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arkitektur og Design, Oslo

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John Ruskin, 1853-1854, (1944). Creator: John Everett Millais Featured 2019 Print

John Ruskin, 1853-1854, (1944). Creator: John Everett Millais

John Ruskin, 1853-1854, (1944). Portrait of English artist, critic and author John Ruskin (1819-1900), by his friend John Everett Millais. It was painted at Brig o'Turk, in the Trossachs near Stirling in Scotland, and the frequent rain and plagues of midges made the experience trying for both sitter and painter. To complicate matters further, Millais was falling in love with Ruskin's wife Effie. She left Ruskin and married Millais, and Ruskin eventually gave the picture to his old Oxford friend Sir Henry Acland. Painting in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. From "British Portrait Painters", by John Russell. [Collins, London, 1944]

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Layla and Majnun in the wilderness with animals, from a Khamsa (Quintet)..., c. 1590-1600 Featured 2019 Print

Layla and Majnun in the wilderness with animals, from a Khamsa (Quintet)..., c. 1590-1600

Layla and Majnun in the wilderness with animals, from a Khamsa (Quintet) of Amir Khusrau Dihlavi, c. 1590-1600. Nestled in the multicoloured rocks are the reunited lovers Layla and Majnun, forced by society to remain separated for years. Majnun's name means "madman," since the separation drove him past the brink of sanity. Exiling himself to the wilderness, he became emaciated. When Layla found him after a prophetic dream, the wild animals gathered around, drawn to the purity and depth of their love. This painting illustrates a version of the story as told by an Indian author who wrote in Persian. He altered the ending given by previous Persian authors to the ancient Bedouin tale that originated among nomadic tribes of the Arabian Peninsula, in which Layla dies before the couple can be physically reunited

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