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Actor Gallery

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Choose from 959 pictures in our Actor 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.

Traditional Japanese Woodblock female by pond Featured Print

Traditional Japanese Woodblock female by pond

Utagawa Toyokuni (1769, Edo - February 24, 1825, Edo) was born as the son of a puppet maker. He learned printmaking as a student of Toyoharu. At the beginning of his career he concentrated on bijin-ga - images of beautiful women. Toyokuni's success and fame came when he started making yakusha-e or actor portraits and actor scenes. This image dated 1861 and shows a actor and is probably the right hand side of a triptych of Bando Hikosaburo the famous actor. The female figure stands by a pond adorned with the tall Iris flowers, her clothing mirrors the colour scheme and forms part of my own private collection of original woodblock prints

© BernardAllum

Edmund Kean in Richard III, 1822 Featured Print

Edmund Kean in Richard III, 1822

Edmund Kean in Richard III, 1822.. Mr. Edmund Kean as Richard, Duke of Gloucester, later King Richard the Third, in Shakespeare's Richard III at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Handcolored stipple copperplate engraving by Robert Cooper after a painting by George Clint. From D. Terry's British Theatrical Gallery, London, Henry Berthoud Jr., 1825

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk Featured Print

Anna May Wong in The Circle of Chalk

Miss Anna May wong as Chang-Hi-Tang dancing before the tea-shop keeper in The Circle of Chalk, an ancient Chinese lay translated into English by James Laver and produced at the New Theatre in London by Mr. Basil Dean, with a cast headed by Anna May Wong as Chang-Hi-Tang, a young girl who is sold to a tea-house by her poverty striken mother. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans