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Choose from 188 pictures in our Angler collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Salmon-Leap, near Coleraine, Ireland, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Angler Print

The Salmon-Leap, near Coleraine, Ireland, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Salmon-Leap, near Coleraine, Ireland, 1844. On a fine day in summer, the Bann salmon may be seen in thousands disporting themselves in mid air, in sometimes vain, but often successful attempt to surmount the obstacles presented in their stream of life, but, unlike their tyrant tormentors of the human family under similar circumstances, these piscatory mountebanks, undepressed by failure, return again and again to the encounter, with renewed energy and vigour'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Common angler fish, Lophius piscatorius Featured Angler Print

Common angler fish, Lophius piscatorius

Common angler fish, Lophius piscatorius.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature (1798-1802) published by Harrison, London

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Angler, Common, Copperplate, Engraving, Fish, Handcolored, Historical, History, Illustration, Lophius, Magazine, Natural, Naturalist, Piscatorius, Pocket

The compleat Angler (Derby Scheme) Featured Angler Print

The compleat Angler (Derby Scheme)

Caricature of Prime Minister Herbert Asquith attempting to catch fish, representing men of age able to fight in WW1. The fish in the net represent married men who had already volunteered (attested), awaiting to be called upon. The rest of the fish represent those men who had not attested and Asquith difficulty in persuading them to attest (highlighted by the net with large gaps), through the compulsion bill. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans