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Jose Gallery

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

Choose from 459 pictures in our Jose 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.

Clement Attlee and General Jose Miaja give the Socialist Sal Featured Print

Clement Attlee and General Jose Miaja give the Socialist Sal

Photograph showing Clement Attlee (left), General Jose Miaja (centre with glasses) and Giner de Los Rios giving the Socialist clenched-fist salute from balcony of a government building in Madrid, 1937. Clement Attlee, then leader of the Labour Party in Great Britain, caused something of a stir by visiting the Republican held parts of Spain in 1937. As the British Conservative government was trying to uphold a non-intervention policy with regard to the Spanish Civil War, the arrival of Attlee in the front-line of the conflict caused a certain amount of argument

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Collins, Jose Featured Print

Collins, Jose

Jose Collins (23 May 1887 6 December 1958) was an English actress and singer. Her most famous role was the lead in the musical the Maid of the Mountains in which she played the title role of Teresa, the gypsy bandit maid. Here it is her appearance as a solo artist at The Olympia in Liverpool (on 29th September 1917 or 1918) which is being advertised. The artist is AINX, drawn from a photo by Foulsham and Banfield, Ltd. Date: 1917 or 1918

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Rossio Square, Lisbon, Portugal - Central Station Featured Print

Rossio Square, Lisbon, Portugal - Central Station

Rossio Square, Lisbon, Portugal - Central Station (Estacao Central) now the Rossio Railway Station. Designed by Portuguese architect Jose Lu�Monteiro a Neo-Manueline facade dominates the northwest side of the square and is a Romantic recreation of the exuberant Manueline style, typical of early 16th century Portugal. Clearly visible on this card are the two intertwined horseshoe portals at the entrance, the clock in a small turret and the abundant lavish sculptural decoration. Date: circa 1905

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection