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Displaced Gallery

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

Choose from 60 pictures in our Displaced 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.


Dejatch Alamayou, King Theodores Son, July 1868 Featured Print

Dejatch Alamayou, King Theodores Son, July 1868

Dejatch Alamayou, King Theodore's Son, July 1868. The young orphaned prince cradles a little white doll and stares sadly into space. Dejatch Alamayou was taken to England after the British defeat of the Ethiopians at the battle of Magdala and the suicide of his father, Tewodros (Theodore) II, emperor of Ethiopia, in April 1868. Queen Victoria took an interest in Alamayou and saw to his education and protection, placing him in the care of Captain Tristram Speedy, who, like Cameron, had a home on the Isle of Wight. Speedy brought the child to Cameron's house shortly after his arrival in England

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

Broken arm bone, digital X-ray Featured Print

Broken arm bone, digital X-ray

Broken arm bone. Digital frontal X-ray of the fractured right humerus (upper arm bone) of a patient in their early twenties. This is a compound fracture of the shaft (diaphysis) of the bone, with the fracture ends displaced. The bone will need to be immobilised to allow healing to take place. Various sets of data relating to the image can be seen around the edges of the X-ray

© DU CANE MEDICAL IMAGING LTD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Broken upper arm bone, X-ray Featured Print

Broken upper arm bone, X-ray

Broken upper arm bone. Coloured X-ray of a fracture (yellow) of the upper arm bone (humerus). The neck of the humerus has fractured, separating its head (upper right) from its shaft (below the head). This type of injury would require the bone to be pinned in place to heal. The humeral head connects (articulates) to the scapula (shoulder blade) to its left, forming the ball-and-socket shoulder joint. Above the scapula, lies the clavicle (collar bone) that articulates with the scapula. The ribs of the chest are at left

© DU CANE MEDICAL IMAGING LTD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY