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Images Dated 15th November 2005

Choose from 168 pictures in our Images Dated 15th November 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Illustration: Labrador duck- from Rothschild 1907, original artwork by J G Keulemans Featured 15 Nov 2005 Image

Illustration: Labrador duck- from Rothschild 1907, original artwork by J G Keulemans

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Illustration: Labrador duck- from Rothschild 1907, original artwork by J G Keulemans
NE America
Camptorhynchus labradorius
Extinct
Pat Morris
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Pat Morris/ardea.com

America, American, Bird, Couple, Couples, Duck, Ducks, Extinct, Female, Historical, Illustration, Illustrations, Male, North America, North American, Pair, Pairs, Prints, Wild Fowl, Wild Life

Signature Of Charles Dickens, 1812-1870. From The Book Bleak House By The Same Author. Published London 1853 Featured 15 Nov 2005 Image

Signature Of Charles Dickens, 1812-1870. From The Book Bleak House By The Same Author. Published London 1853

© Ken Welsh / Design Pics

Author, Black And White, British, Browne, Charles, Charles Dickens, Charles John Huffam Dickens, Classical, Comic, Comment, Dickens, Drawings, English, Engravings, Horizontal, Huffam, Illustrations, Literature, Novelist, Prints, Satirical, Signature, Sketch, Sketches, Social, Victorian, Writer

The Painter and his Pug , 1745. Artist: William Hogarth Featured 15 Nov 2005 Image

The Painter and his Pug , 1745. Artist: William Hogarth

The Painter and his Pug, 1745. The portrait deliberately projects a guide to the way Hogarth wanted others to think of him. The artist's painting in informal dress rests on a pile of books labelled (in the finished engraving) Shakespeare, Milton and Swift. William Shakespeare and John Milton were generally acknowledged to be the greatest modern English authors and Jonathan Swift was a vigorous modern satirist. The palette and graver represent Hogarth's twin roles as painter and engraver and the Line of Beauty alludes to his favourite art theory. The only living object in the painting is Hogarth's pet pug, Trump. Hogarth announces himself as essentially English. He despised the slavish following of foreign models, and believed that art should be based on the imitation of nature, like the work of the great English authors

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