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Cupboard Gallery

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Choose from 236 pictures in our Cupboard 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.


Design for a cupboard and desk for Carlton House, 1787, (1946). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Design for a cupboard and desk for Carlton House, 1787, (1946). Creator: Unknown

Design for a cupboard and desk for Carlton House, 1787, (1946). Furniture designs for Carlton House in London, the town residence of the Prince Regent, demolished in 1826. From 'a book of sketches made for Gillow's', (Gillow & Co, furniture making firm). Published in "British Furniture Makers', by John Gloag. [Collins, London, 1946]

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Cabinet on stand, detail Featured Print

Cabinet on stand, detail

Cabinet on a stand with engraved veneered ebony doors, internal doors and cupboards with fruitwood and ivory marquetry, with later brass fittings, made in Paris and bought by Mary in 1652 for her husband John Evelyn. Date: 1652

© The Geffrye Museum of the Home / Mary Evans Picture Library

17th, Black, Cabinet, Colour, Cupboard, Detail, Ebony, Engraved, Furniture, Horizontal, Image, London, Object, Objects, Single, Storage, Stories, Stuart, Unit, Wooden, World

Maskelyne and Devant performing trick 1906 Featured Print

Maskelyne and Devant performing trick 1906

'A trick without a title', Maskelyne and Devant stage magicians are offering 50 for the best title for their trick. In the course of the trick a man is bound to an iron frame in such a way that he cannot move his hands, body or legs. He is put into a cupboard, which is hoisted up clear of the stage. The doors of the cupboard are then closed. When they are opened, something has happened buy Messrs. Maskelyne and Devant wish to keep the climax of the trick as a surprice to their audience.
1906

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans