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Anxious Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 211 pictures in our Anxious 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.

Dentist pulling a tooth, 18th century Featured Print

Dentist pulling a tooth, 18th century

This image may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by the Chemical Heritage Foundation of any product, service or activity, or to concur with an opinion or confirm the accuracy of any text appearing alongside or in logical association with the image.Dentist pulling a tooth. 18th-century artwork showing a dentist pulling the tooth of a male patient. At right, his wife is looking on anxiously. At top centre, a symbolic winged reptile is hanging from the ceiling. This artwork, titled The Dentist, is an oil-on-panel work from the Dutch School


Plague in London, 1625 Featured Print

Plague in London, 1625

Plague in London. Title artwork from a 17th century pamphlet on the effects of the plague on London. This pamphlet, A Rod for Run-awayes, by Thomas Dekker, was published in 1625, one of the years in which a plague epidemic broke out. The plague (or Black Death) affected Europe from the 1340s to the 1700s. It is thought to have been bubonic plague, caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, and spread by fleas on rats. During a typical outbreak, tens of thousands died in London alone. This artwork shows people dying (left) and people fleeing and being repelled by armed men in the surrounding areas (right). Death (here shown as a skeleton) is standing on a group of coffins, casting arrows at the fleeing people and saying he will follow them. The lightning represents God's wrath, and London is seen in the background


Interstitial cystitis Featured Print

Interstitial cystitis

Interstitial cystitis. Conceptual image of a naked woman with an inflamed bladder (lower centre) caused by interstitial cystitis. Stress may play a role in this condition, resulting in a chain of events involving the hypothalamus (large lit up structure of the brain) and the pituitary gland (smaller structure below it) that lead to muscular tension. With chronic stress, the muscular ring that controls the expulsion of urine from the bladder may be permanently contracted, making urination difficult. The bladder's inner wall may then become inflamed due to the increased pressure it is under as urine is forced out. This causes pain and a frequent urge to urinate