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

Choose from 870 pictures in our Group 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.

Featured Print

Reading FC first team 2008-9

Top Row, L-R: Ron Grant (Kit Manager), Andy Stanbury (Masseur), Julian Kelly, Daniel Spence, Viktor Illugason, Nicholas Bignall, Simon Church, Hal Robson-Kanu, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Scott Davies, Jem Karacan, Oliver Bozanic, Sal Bibbo (Goalkeeping Coach), Selby Armstrong (Assitant Kit Manager).
Middle Row, L-R: Jon Fearn (Head Of Sports Medicine), Luke Anthony (Reserve Team Physiotherapist), James Henry, Marek Matejovsky, Jimmy Kebe, Kalifa Cisse, Michael Duberry, Alex Mccarthy, Marcus Hahnemann, Mikkel Andersen, Alex Pearce, Shane Long, Liam Rosenior, Scott Golbourne, Noel Hunt, Brian Mcdermott (Chief Scout & Reserve Team Manager), Kunle Odetoyinbo (Sports Scientist), Nigel Gibbs (Coach).
Front Row, L-R: Leroy Lita, Stephen Hunt, Ibrahima Sonko, Graeme Murty, Kevin Dillon (1st Team Coach), Ian Wood-Smith (Director), Steve Coppell (Manager), John Madejski (Chairman), Nigel Howe (Chief Executive), Nick Hammond (Director Of Football), Wally Downes (1st Team Coach), Ivar Ingimarsson, Bobby Convey, Kevin Doyle, James Harper.

© Reading FC - All Rights Reserved

Featured Print

Laying Down the Law

Landseer helped popularise anthropomorphism in art and this is a copy of one of his best-known examples. Sometimes called 'Trial by Jury', the Poodle was owned by Count D'Orsay and has been identified as playing the role of Lord Brougham. Landseer's painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1840 and aquired by the 6th Duke of Devonshire, who had his own Blenheim Spaniel, Bony, inserted behind the Greyhound, as can be seen in this later copy.

© The Kennel Club

Featured Print

Laying the first Australian-New Zealand cable

The laying of the first Australian-New Zealand cable by the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company. This photograph shows two cable ships, the 'Edinburgh' and the 'Hibernia', completing the lay between Botany Bay, Sydney, and Nelson, New Zealand. The cable was opened for traffic on February 21st 1876, two months in advance of the stipulated time. February 1876. PHO///548.

© The PK Trust