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Cobblestone Gallery

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

Choose from 767 pictures in our Cobblestone 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.


Midnight at Calle Crisologo, Vigan City Featured Print

Midnight at Calle Crisologo, Vigan City

Calle Crisologo is a major attraction in the Historic Town of Vigan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Established in 1572, the town of Vigan is known for its intact Spanish-era structures (a fusion of Spanish, Mexican and Chinese architecture) and cobblestone streets. Calle Crisologo, or Mena Crisologo Street, is also known as the 'Vigan Heritage Village'. In 2014, Vigan was also recognized as one of the New7Wonders Cities.

© 2015 Christina Itchon

AUSTEN: PERSUASION, 1898. 'Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own Featured Print

AUSTEN: PERSUASION, 1898. 'Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own

AUSTEN: PERSUASION, 1898.
'Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own.' Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1898 edition of Jane Austen's 'Persuasion,' first published in 1817.

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Fabulous Arab Doorway - Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia Featured Print

Fabulous Arab Doorway - Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia

An absolutely fabulous Arab Doorway in the port town of Sidi Bou Said Tunisia, with a pair of knockers for the main decorated wooden doors (for ease of knocking when on a camel or on horseback?) and an additional knocker for the smaller inset door, being rapped by a visitor, keen to gain entrance. If the wonders beyond match the ornate glories of the door, then one can appreciate his keenness to gain admittance. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection