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Forlorn Gallery

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Choose from 51 pictures in our Forlorn 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.


Suffrage Parliament M.P Woos Maiden Featured Print

Suffrage Parliament M.P Woos Maiden

A Member of Parliament attempts to woo a Suffrage campaigner (Lydia Becker?) with the promise of a bill to secure Women's Franchise. The two figures are placed against the background of the Houses of Parliament. The caption is based on the nursery rhyme, The House that Jack Built and refers to a Man all Tattered and Torn, who Wooed the Maiden all Forlorn'. Illustrated by Tom Merry (William Mecham 1852-1902). Date: circa 1880

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Study of a Nude (red chalk on paper) Featured Print

Study of a Nude (red chalk on paper)

BAL42705 Study of a Nude (red chalk on paper) by Buonarroti, Michelangelo (1475-1564); British Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Inv.1896/7/10/1 Verso (W.64);); Italian, out of copyright

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C15th, C16th, Contrapposto, Drawing, Forlorn, High Renaissance, Male, Muscular, Sketch, Slouching

To his royal highness Fredrick Duke of York, this plate of Satan holding th prepondrence Featured Print

To his royal highness Fredrick Duke of York, this plate of Satan holding th prepondrence

To his royal highness Fredrick Duke of York, this plate of Satan holding th prepondrence of power or Bounaparte's threat, is most humbly inscribed, by E. Sanders, engraving 1803, Satan holding a balance to which, on one end is attached a hot-air balloon with a bishop, possibly the Duke of York, and another man standing on top, its lightness has skewed the balance to end over end; at the other end is a parachute with three men standing in the basket, it is about to crash on the coast of England. Behind Satan are storm clouds, lightning, and a flame emitting serpent; they may represent the gathering storm of the threat of invasion by Napoleon. Includes lengthy text with several speakers and numerous citations from the Bible, such as Behold the Balance of unequel Freight as recent Prophets tell Ez xviii 25, and as Bony Napoleon says, He! he! he! I have got them all now! I'll lead them a dance to the point of the lance, on the top of the air Balloon Isa xxxvi 12, vide x 3., Jer v 31, Amos ix 2, 3-10, Oba 10. It concludes with an Invitation: Say, O ye sons of Ephraims, care, what joy? what glory will you share? When to the world sweet peace returns, by the zeal your bosom burns, Then join with me ye men forlorn! for unto you a son is born! the delegate of heaven Isa lxvi 9, vide xix 23, 24, 25, Say unto the cities of Juda, behold thy God, say unto the daughters of Zion, thy God reigneth, for unto you that fear his name shall the son of righteousness arise with healing in his wings, and to him shall the gathering together of all people be Mal iv 2

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