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Choose from 104 pictures in our Imitator 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 Amateur Photographer Illustrated advertisement Featured Imitator Print

The Amateur Photographer Illustrated advertisement

Advertisement for The Amateur Photographer Illustrated magazine. It's the biggest, brightest and best and has information on practical, elementary, pictorial and scientific photography. It boasts more illustrations, pages, information, competitions and prizes than any other paper and a free copy can be obtained by sending a postcard to 51 Long Acre, London. A Beardsley-esque illustration by Dawson of a woman with camera in well-tended grounds adorns the advert. Date: 1902

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Wire Coral Crab with Ankers Whip Coral Shrimp (Pontonides Featured Imitator Print

Wire Coral Crab with Ankers Whip Coral Shrimp (Pontonides

Wire Coral Crab with Anker's Whip Coral Shrimp (Pontonides ankeri) on Black Coral (Cirrhipathes anguina) Crinoid Corner dive site, Horseshoe Bay, Nusa Kode, south Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia. Wire Coral Crab

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Asia, Bay, Camouflage, Coral, Corner, Crab, Crinoid, Dive, Diving, Horseshoe, Imitates, Imitator, Indonesia, Kode, Komodo, Marine, National, Nusa, Ocean, Park, Reef, Rinca, Saltwater, Sea, Seawater, Spider, Tuberculatus, Underwater, Water, Wildlife, Xenocarcinus

Virgin and Child with Angels, c. 1460. Creator: Filippo Lippi (Italian, c. 1406-1469), follower of Featured Imitator Print

Virgin and Child with Angels, c. 1460. Creator: Filippo Lippi (Italian, c. 1406-1469), follower of

Virgin and Child with Angels, c. 1460. This painting, produced by one of Fra Filippo Lippi's many imitators in the city of Florence, is very close to the composition of the now lost central panel of the triptych commissioned by the Medici family in 1457. It was purchased by Mrs. L. E. Holden before the museum's acquisition of the two flanking panels of Saint Anthony Abbot and Saint Michael. It has been suggested that this painting is a copy of the original lost central panel of Fra Filippo's triptych of 1457

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