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Background imagePop art Collection: Fbn-Super Bowl-Prince

Fbn-Super Bowl-Prince
US musician Prince performs during half-time 04 February 2007 in Super Bowl XLI at Dolphin Stadium in Miami between the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts

Background imagePop art Collection: Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
Jamaica Inn, a Grade II listed building on Bodmin Moor near Bolventor, Cornwall, built as a coaching inn in 1750. Popular with smugglers

Background imagePop art Collection: Was She To Blame? by Mrs F G Kimberley

Was She To Blame? by Mrs F G Kimberley
Promotional postcard for Was She To Blame? By Mrs F. G. Kimberley. First produced at the Junction Theatre, Manchester, 12th April 1909 and Woolwich, 7th February 1910

Background imagePop art Collection: Photo of The Dolly Sisters

Photo of The Dolly Sisters
Black and white photograph of popular revue stars the Dolly Sisters in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News of 19th December 1925

Background imagePop art Collection: Boxing - Fives Court with Randall & Turner sparring

Boxing - Fives Court with Randall & Turner sparring
The interior of Fives Court in Little St. Martins Lane, a popular venue for the Fancy in the heyday of the prize ring, showing Jack Randall and Ned Turner sparring

Background imagePop art Collection: Travels of The Apostle Paul Map Engraving

Travels of The Apostle Paul Map Engraving
Engraved illustration of the Travels of The Apostle Paul Map Engraving from The Popular Pictorial Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Published in 1862

Background imagePop art Collection: North Stradbroke Island

North Stradbroke Island
Aerial view of Point Lookout and Cylinder Beach on Stradbroke Island. North Stradbroke Island has some of the most spectacular scenery

Background imagePop art Collection: View of Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia

View of Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia
Four Mile Beach is one of the best known and most popular beaches of northern Australia located in Port Douglas. Most part of the beach is very low, flat, and at low tide up to 200 m wide

Background imagePop art Collection: The Scenic of Halong Bay

The Scenic of Halong Bay
Halong bay and its scenic is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has become a popular tourist destination located in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam

Background imagePop art Collection: Mitchells Corn Palace, Mitchell, South Dakota, USA

Mitchells Corn Palace, Mitchell, South Dakota, USA
Mitchells Corn Palace, The Worlds Only Corn Palace at Mitchell, South Dakota, USA. The card notes that this building is redecorated annually at a cost of $10

Background imagePop art Collection: Lincolnshire Coast, BR poster, 1950s

Lincolnshire Coast, BR poster, 1950s
Poster produced for British Railways (BR) to promote rail travel to the Lincolnsire coast. The poster shows three views of coastal towns in Lincolnshire, with a map with the towns of Cleethorpes

Background imagePop art Collection: Morecambe for First Class Holidays, 1960

Morecambe for First Class Holidays, 1960
Poster advertising holidays to Morecambe, by British Railways, by Lance Cattermole, 1960. Morecambe, on the Lancashire coast was a popular holiday destination

Background imagePop art Collection: Bonsai dwarf pine, 1889 C013 / 8769

Bonsai dwarf pine, 1889 C013 / 8769
Bonsai dwarf pine, 19th-century artwork. This specimen is from Japan, and is 150 years old. Bonsai is the art of cultivating ornamental artificially-dwarfed varieties of trees

Background imagePop art Collection: LFDCA-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

LFDCA-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey
Opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station became the setting for the fictitious Blackwall fire station in the popular television series Londons Burning

Background imagePop art Collection: Ferrari F40 Italy

Ferrari F40 Italy

Background imagePop art Collection: Halong Bay, Quang Nin, Vietnam

Halong Bay, Quang Nin, Vietnam
View of Halong (or Ha Long) Bay, near Ha Long City (also known as Hong Gai), capital of Quang Nin Province, Vietnam. Ha Long Bay (meaning Descending Dragon Bay)

Background imagePop art Collection: Judi Trott as Maid Marion

Judi Trott as Maid Marion
The actress Judi Trott (b 1962) as Maid Marion in the popular 1980s television series Robin of Sherwood (1984-86)

Background imagePop art Collection: H. G. Wells playing Little Wars

H. G. Wells playing Little Wars
H.G.Wells playing Little Wars. His book of the same name, published in 1913, described a set of rules for playing with toy soldiers

Background imagePop art Collection: The Guard Who Dropped It

The Guard Who Dropped It
A humorous illustration showing a terrified guardsman who has dropped his rifle. Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander

Background imagePop art Collection: The Man who Threw a Snowball at St. Moritz

The Man who Threw a Snowball at St. Moritz
An aghast crowd of skiiers and holidaymakers looking towards a dejected snowball-thrower who is trudging away into the distance. St

Background imagePop art Collection: Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage near Kegalle, Hill Country, Sri Lanka

Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage near Kegalle, Hill Country, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka, The Hill Country, Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage near Kegalle between Kandy and Colombo

Background imagePop art Collection: BOOTHAM CRESCENT Going to the Match - York City Football Club

BOOTHAM CRESCENT Going to the Match - York City Football Club
Bootham Crescent in York, England, was the home of York City football club and York City Knights rugby league club. With a capacity of 8, 256, it is near the city centre

Background imagePop art Collection: Jim Kerr, lead singer of the rock group Simple Minds entertains the crowd at the groups

Jim Kerr, lead singer of the rock group Simple Minds entertains the crowd at the groups concert at The National Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff, Wales. Picture taken 5th August 1989

Background imagePop art Collection: Pop group called the Animal Kwackers seen here in a central London park

Pop group called the Animal Kwackers seen here in a central London park. Left to Right Rory the Lion, Bungo the hound dog, Twang the monkey, and Boots the tiger. 17th October 1975

Background imagePop art Collection: The Beatles in America - USA Tour 1964. The Beatles 1st live US performance

The Beatles in America - USA Tour 1964. The Beatles 1st live US performance on CBSs Ed Sullivan Show. The Beatles performed five songs

Background imagePop art Collection: Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich Pop Group July 1969

Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich Pop Group July 1969

Background imagePop art Collection: Kirsty MacColl British pop singer August 1981

Kirsty MacColl British pop singer August 1981

Background imagePop art Collection: Woman with curlers in her hair

Woman with curlers in her hair

Background imagePop art Collection: Motorcycle Illustration

Motorcycle Illustration
Set against a vibrant colored background, this artwork showcases a sleek and powerful motorcycle in all its glory

Background imagePop art Collection: Boardwalk - Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - Rolling Chairs

Boardwalk - Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - Rolling Chairs
Boardwalk - Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - note the holidaymakers being pushed around in wonderful little three-wheeled wicker seats (rolling chairs / miniature carriages / carts)

Background imagePop art Collection: Salvador Dali 1950s

Salvador Dali 1950s
Picture taken in the 50s of Spanish painter Salvador Dali, one of the most popular painters of the 20th century, showing his " soft watch"

Background imagePop art Collection: Edward refuses succour to his son at Crecy, 1346 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Edward refuses succour to his son at Crecy, 1346 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Edward refuses succour to his son at Crecy, 1864. King Edward III, (1312- 1377) standing on a hillside refusing succour to his son Edward the Black Prince, (1330-1376)) at the at the Battle of Crecy

Background imagePop art Collection: Broadstairs 1950S

Broadstairs 1950S
An incredibly crowded beach at Broadstairs in Kent, showing how popular British holiday resorts used to be in the days before package holidays. Date: 1950s

Background imagePop art Collection: The Yeoman of the Guard by Ws Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

The Yeoman of the Guard by Ws Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Promotional postcard for The Yeomen of the Guard by W. S. Gilbert; music Arthur Sullivan. First produced Savoy Theatre, 3rd October 1888

Background imagePop art Collection: Ad for Goodbye, Old Man by Matania, WW1

Ad for Goodbye, Old Man by Matania, WW1
Advertisement in The Sphere magazine promoting one of the most popular images painted by their special artist Fortunino Matania as a limited edition print

Background imagePop art Collection: Elvis Presley, American musician and film star

Elvis Presley, American musician and film star. Date: circa 1950s

Background imagePop art Collection: The Scotsman Who Gave His Opponent That, by H. M. Bateman

The Scotsman Who Gave His Opponent That, by H. M. Bateman
A humorous golfing illustration Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander

Background imagePop art Collection: Lourdata beach

Lourdata beach
Warm light from the setting sun lights up Lourdas Beach, a popular holiday destination on Kefalonia

Background imagePop art Collection: Fontainebleau Forest - Three Mausoleum Boulders

Fontainebleau Forest - Three Mausoleum Boulders
Fontainebleau Forest - Barbizon, France - The Three Mausoleums. The Forest is popular location for the climbing activity of Bouldering - the sport climbing of rocks such as this. Date: circa 1908

Background imagePop art Collection: Englands Garden Isle, Isle of Wight Railways poster, c 1910

Englands Garden Isle, Isle of Wight Railways poster, c 1910
Poster produced for Isle of Wight Railways and Isle of Wight Central Railway to promote the island as an attractive holiday destination

Background imagePop art Collection: United Trade Unions poster for the Popular Front, spring 1936

United Trade Unions poster for the Popular Front, spring 1936
FRANCE: POPULAR FRONT, 1936. United Trade Unions poster for the Popular Front, spring 1936

Background imagePop art Collection: LFB horse drawn steamer at modern LFB review

LFB horse drawn steamer at modern LFB review
Lambeth, headquarters of the London Fire Brigade, hosted annual displays and regular reviews of the Brigade. A popular feature was the inclusion of the working Victorian Shand Mason horse drawn steam

Background imagePop art Collection: Morris Eight

Morris Eight
Popular family saloon with a sliding head - i.e. you can open the roof. Date: 1936

Background imagePop art Collection: Cornish tin mines, 19th century

Cornish tin mines, 19th century
Cornish tin mines, 19th-century artwork. These mines are in the parish of St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, UK. 19th-century tin mines in this area date back to 1721

Background imagePop art Collection: Dahlia flower pollen, SEM

Dahlia flower pollen, SEM
Dahlia flower pollen. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a pollen grain (orange) from a Dahlia cultorum flower. A pollen grain contains a male sex cell from a flowering plant

Background imagePop art Collection: Tony Currie & Bryan Pop Robson

Tony Currie & Bryan Pop Robson
Football - Sheffield United v West ham United Tony Currie of Sheff Utd and Bryan Pop Robson of West Ham Utd

Background imagePop art Collection: Kenya, Gloriosa superba, a spectacular flower earning the popular name of the Flame Lily

Kenya, Gloriosa superba, a spectacular flower earning the popular name of the Flame Lily

Background imagePop art Collection: Christmas Day in the Workhouse

Christmas Day in the Workhouse
Illustration and opening verses of In the Workhouse: Christmas Day - better known as Christmas Day in the Workhouse, written by George R Sims in 1877



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