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Formosa Gallery

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Choose from 266 pictures in our Formosa 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.


Sunset at Santa cruz beach, Portugal Featured Formosa Print

Sunset at Santa cruz beach, Portugal

Santa Cruz covers an extended stretch of sand that is divided up into various beaches named after the respective cafes with the Beaches of Navio, Mirante, PisA£o, FA?sica, Centro, Santa Helena, Formosa and Azul. The purity of both the waters and sands here comes in addition to the surrounding picturesque landscapes and ensure that Santa Cruz is a highly popular tourist resort

WW2 - Map of China, Korea, Formosa and the southern part of Featured Formosa Print

WW2 - Map of China, Korea, Formosa and the southern part of

Map of China, Korea, Formosa and the southern part of Japan, 27 Mar 1944. Compiled and drawn in the Branch of Research and Analysis, oss. Subtitled: Terrain and TransportationThe map represents the highland schematically as mountains and marks railways, roads and ?selected trails? as well as the main towns. From a collection of four maps of the Far East, used by C E R Clarabut, Combined Operations, 1944-1945. Large-scale map of China, more detailed maps of Canton and Hong Kong and of the area around Chittagong in India and Burma. Date: 1944

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Savages feel our muscle, Taiwan, 1890 Featured Formosa Print

Savages feel our muscle, Taiwan, 1890

Natives of the hill country of Bankimsing, Formosa(today Taiwan), explore the possessions of some English visitors that they encounter. One tests the muscle of a Englishman, whilst two others try on a shirt and pith helmet. Another rejoices in the discovery of an umbrella. The natives entered the house of an old Spanish missionary priest, where the English visitors were staying. Sketched by Mr. E. Hornby Grimani Date: 1890

© Mary Evans Picture Library