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1793 Gallery

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Choose from 770 pictures in our 1793 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.

Poster - British Military medals Featured Print

Poster - British Military medals

NAVAL, MILITARY AND RAF DECORATIONS AND MEDALS 1793-1973. Poster, revised and edited by Arthur Kipling of the Society for Army Historical Research, 1975 (c). Depicting decorations and medals with information below each item. From the Burma Memorial Collection. Date: 1973

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Smoking club, 18th century artwork Featured Print

Smoking club, 18th century artwork

Smoking club, 18th century artwork. The practice of smoking tobacco was popularised in England and Ireland in the 1580s and 1590s by the English soldier and explorer Sir Walter Raleigh (c.1552-1618). This artwork, by the English caricaturist James Gillray (1757-1815), shows members of the House of Commons puffing smoke at each other. Those present include the Speaker (left) Charles James Fox (1749-1806), the Prime Minister (second from left) William Pitt the Younger (1759-1806) and the Home Secretary (second from right) Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville (1742-1811). This copy of this artwork was published in the work Tobacco, its History and Associations (1859) by the English engraver Frederick William Fairholt (1814-1866)


Thomas Wright, British astronomer Featured Print

Thomas Wright, British astronomer

Thomas Wright (1711-86), British astronomer. Wright was born at Byers Green in northern England. In 1730 he set up a school at which he taught mathematics and navigation. He taught himself the essentials of architecture and garden design and was employed by wealthy patrons. This supported his work in astronomy. He is best known for his suggestion that the Milky Way is actually a disc-shaped layer of stars in which we live. He also suggested that some of the faint nebulae that could be observed were other galaxies at incredible distances. This engraved portrait first appeared in the Gentleman's Magazine in 1793

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