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Hulton Archive Prints Gallery

Beautiful vintage art prints from one of the oldest & largest archives in the world

Originally owned by the BBC, and known as the Hulton, this collection was purchased by Getty Images in 1996. The Hulton Archive is one of the oldest, largest and greatest archive collections of all time, recognised for its rich collection of culturally relevant historical imagery. Browse and discover this epic collection of awesome photojournalism from Britain and the world of events in the 1930s, 40s, & 50s. You’ll also find engravings, cartoons, illustrations, maps, etchings, lithographs, periodicals and other visual ephemera dating back to the very beginnings of printed media.

Choose from 9,661 pictures in our Hulton Archive Prints collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Fine Art Storehouse.


Search And Destroy Featured Hulton Archive Prints Print

Search And Destroy

The second wave of combat helicopters of the 1st Air Cavalry Division fly over an RTO and his commander on an isolated landing zone during Operation Pershing, a search and destroy mission on the Bong Son Plain and An Lao Valley of South Vietnam, during the Vietnam War. The two American soldiers are waiting for the second wave to come in. (Photo by Patrick Christain/Getty Images)

'Grand Old Lady', the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel Featured Hulton Archive Prints Print

"Grand Old Lady", the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel

The New Yorker Hotel, New York whose design reflects the zoning laws introduced in the city, mid 1930s. From her iconic Art Deco style to her ingenious American construction, the "Grand Old Lady" has been striking component of the New York skyline, towering above all others and illuminating it since her 1930 inception. Built with a private power plant, an underground tunnel to Penn Station and even an ice rink, The New Yorker was the most technologically advanced of her day. At the height of her popularity she hosted influential politicians, celebrities, and sports figures, and entertained in The Terrace Room with the who's who of the Big Band era. Today she returns to her roots, proving that she was destined for greatness from the very start.
(Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)

© 2005 Getty Images

HMS Vanguard Featured Hulton Archive Prints Print

HMS Vanguard

1st August 1798: Nelson's ship Vanguard at the head of the British fleet, with signal flags flying, faces the French at the Battle of the Nile in Aboukir Bay during the Napoleonic Wars. Original Artwork: After a painting by R Dodd (Photo by Rischgitz/Getty Images)

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