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Choose from 704 pictures in our Honour 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.


The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, WW1 Featured Print

The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, WW1

The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, originally published in the 1914 Christmas number of The Graphic. Depicting a dead soldier on a battlefield with an ethereal image of Christ on the cross shining down on him, it was one of the most popular images of the war. Stephen Paget observed in The Cornhill Magazine that this Graphic cover has turned railway bookstalls into wayside shrines; the one and only picture of the war, up to now, which says what most needs to be said on canvas. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Allied Military Leaders receive Legion of Honour Grand Croix Featured Print

Allied Military Leaders receive Legion of Honour Grand Croix

Allied Military Leaders - WWII era. General Gamelin, Commander-in-chief of the Allied Armies; General Sir Edmund Ironside, Chief of the British Imperial General Staff; General Viscount Gort, British Commander-in-Chief and General Georges, French Commander-in-Chief in the North-East, after the ceremony in which the British Generals received the Grand Croix of the Legion of Honour in 1946. Date: 1946

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Sophonisba taking poison to avoid humiliation by Rome Featured Print

Sophonisba taking poison to avoid humiliation by Rome

Sophonisba, a Carthaginian noblewoman, daughter of Hasdrubal Gisco Gisgonis, takes poison when her husband Syphax, King of the Masaesyli (or western) Numidians, is defeated by Massinissa, leader of the Massylian (or eastern) Numidians. Massinissa marries her, but she wishes to avoid the humiliation of being forced to take part in a triumphal procession in Rome, so she accepts the poison from Massinissa himself, whose fear of the Romans is stronger than his love for her.

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