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Choose from 182 pictures in our Indian Robin 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.


Society children in fancy dress Featured Indian Robin Print

Society children in fancy dress

Imitating grown-ups, society children in fancy dress - photographs taken at a ball for children given by Lady Clementine Waring for her daughter, Miss Clematis Waring. Top left is the Hon. Rosemary Guest in a Velazquez dress, top right is Clematis in a dress of the Charles I period. Other costumes include Henry VIII, a bacchante, Robin Hood, Romeo, Anna Pavlova, a Pierrot and red Indians'. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Peter Williamson, Remarkable for his Captivity & Sufferings, 1821. Creator: Robert Cooper Featured Indian Robin Print

Peter Williamson, Remarkable for his Captivity & Sufferings, 1821. Creator: Robert Cooper

Peter Williamson, Remarkable for his Captivity & Sufferings, 1821. Portrait of Scottish memoirist Peter Williamson (1730-1799) habited in the dress of a Delaware North American Indian'. Williamson was kidnapped and taken to North America at an early age. On his return he toured Scotland and England in the guise of a Red Indian and called himself Indian Peter'. From "Wonderful Characters: Comprising Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Most Remarkable Persons of Every Age and Nation", Vol. II, by Henry Wilson. [J. Robins and Co. Albion Press, London, 1821]

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

04471-00008-225 Featured Indian Robin Print

04471-00008-225

Red-crowned Woodpecker (Melanerpes rubricapillus terricolor) adult female, with insect in beak, clinging to tree branch, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, April

© of: FLPA/Robin Chittenden

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