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Featured Derby Print

Greyhound Race; 'Priceless Border' Takes His Last Gallop

24th July 1948: Priceless Border, winner of the Greyhound Derby and the fastest dog in his league runs his last race before becoming a stud at Wembley Stadium Kennels. Original Publication: Picture Post - 4594 - 'Priceless Border' Takes His Last Gallop - pub. 1948 (Photo by Carl Sutton/Picture Post/Getty Images)

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The Alchymist, in Search of the Philosopher's Stone, Discovers Phosphorus, and Prays

The Alchymist, in Search of the Philosopher's Stone, Discovers Phosphorus, and Prays for the Successful Conclusion of his Operation, as was the Custom of the Ancient Chymical Astrologers, 1775. Traditionally, the chief pursuit of alchemists was the search for "the philosopher's stone," which would miraculously transform base metals into gold. The alchemist pictured here, however, accidentally discovered phosphorus, to his own amazement and awe. Despite the Gothic setting and picturesque details, Wright's purpose was not to ridicule superstition, but to commemorate the birth of chemistry as a modern science, beginning with the discovery of phosphorus in 1676. Wright strove for accuracy in depicting the alchemist's apparatus, since many of his friends and patrons were scientists and intellectuals who had stimulated the artist's interest in scientific inquiry

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The Blacksmith, 1771. Creator: Richard Earlom (British, 1743-1822)

The Blacksmith, 1771. Joseph Wright of Derby's fame as a painter was enhanced by prints based on his compositions since works on paper, being relatively cheap and widely available, could reach a much larger audience than his oils. Filled with dramatic light effects, Wright's paintings were ideally suited for reproduction in mezzotint. With its velvety texture and subtle tonal variations ranging from rich blacks to delicate shades of gray, mezzotint was the printmaking technique closest to oil painting. Experts like Earlom or William Pether were skilled at transposing paintings into mezzotint while exploiting the unique characteristics of this medium

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