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Oliver Collection

"Oliver: A Timeless Duo and a Tale of Resilience" Step into the world of Oliver, where laughter meets perseverance

Background imageOliver Collection: Cromwell at the Battle of Marston Moor, 1886. Artist: John J Crew

Cromwell at the Battle of Marston Moor, 1886. Artist: John J Crew
Cromwell at the Battle of Marston Moor, 1886. Leading a Charge after Being Wounded in his Right Arm. Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) commanded the forces of Parliament during the English Civil War

Background imageOliver Collection: LAUREL AND HARDY, 1939. Publicity still from the motion picture Flying Deuces, 1939

LAUREL AND HARDY, 1939. Publicity still from the motion picture Flying Deuces, 1939

Background imageOliver Collection: Laurel and Hardy

Laurel and Hardy
LAUREL AND HARDY

Background imageOliver Collection: LAUREL AND HARDY. Stan Laurel (left) and Oliver Hardy

LAUREL AND HARDY. Stan Laurel (left) and Oliver Hardy

Background imageOliver Collection: LAUREL AND HARDY, 1928. Stan Laurel, left, and Oliver Hardy with a police officer in the silent

LAUREL AND HARDY, 1928. Stan Laurel, left, and Oliver Hardy with a police officer in the silent film Leave Them Laughing, 1928

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Twist meeting the Artful dodger

Oliver Twist meeting the Artful dodger in the streets Date: First published: 1836-37

Background imageOliver Collection: Bill Sykes (Barnard)

Bill Sykes (Barnard)
Bill Sykes sits at a table with a bottle of booze while his dog Bullseye cowers against the wall, afraid of being hit

Background imageOliver Collection: DANCE: HARKNESS THEATRE. Mural by Enrique Senis-Oliver from the proscenium arch of the Harkness

DANCE: HARKNESS THEATRE. Mural by Enrique Senis-Oliver from the proscenium arch of the Harkness Theatre, on Broadway and 62nd Street in New York City, depicting dancers paying homage to Terpsichore

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Twist / Title Page

Oliver Twist / Title Page
Title page

Background imageOliver Collection: Cromwell at Dunbar

Cromwell at Dunbar
Cromwell prepares to fight the Scots at DUNBAR

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Cromwell, c. 1653 (oil on canvas)

Oliver Cromwell, c. 1653 (oil on canvas)
621923 Oliver Cromwell, c.1653 (oil on canvas) by Lely, Peter (1618-80); Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery; (add.info.: Oliver Cromwell (25 April 1599 - 3 September 1658)

Background imageOliver Collection: LAUREL AND HARDY. From the film Big Business (1929)

LAUREL AND HARDY. From the film Big Business (1929)

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Plunkett

Oliver Plunkett
OLIVER PLUNKETT Irish Catholic, archbishop of Armagh and primate of Ireland, falsely accused of conspiracy by Titus Oates and hanged, disembowelled &c in London

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Dixon, Cpt. de Wend-Fenton and Cpt. Stanyforth

Oliver Dixon, Cpt. de Wend-Fenton and Cpt. Stanyforth
A Sporting Trio - The famous Reading horse dealer from Reading Mr Oliver Dixon, Captain J D L de Wend-Fenton owner and rider and the MCC Cricket Captian Cpt, Stanyforth riding Aesop at Sandown

Background imageOliver Collection: The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Westland Lysander, 1941. British army liaison aircraft made by Westland Aircraft, used before and during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell
OLIVER CROMWELL English soldier and statesman

Background imageOliver Collection: LAUREL AND HARDY. From the film Big Business (1929)

LAUREL AND HARDY. From the film Big Business (1929)

Background imageOliver Collection: Mr Bumble with Oliver

Mr Bumble with Oliver
Stern Mr. Bumble holds the hand of apprehensive young Oliver Twist, as they walk away from the workhouse

Background imageOliver Collection: Richard Cromwell

Richard Cromwell
RICHARD CROMWELL son of Oliver Cromwell, and briefly Lord Protector after his fathers death

Background imageOliver Collection: Bookplate of Oliver Wendell Holmes

Bookplate of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Print shows a shellfish (Chambered Nautilus) above the Latin phrase per ampliora ad altiora. Date between ca. 1875 and 1894. Bookplate of Oliver Wendell Holmes

Background imageOliver Collection: Richard Cromwell

Richard Cromwell
RICHARD CROMWELL son of Oliver Cromwell, and briefly Lord Protector after the death of his father

Background imageOliver Collection: Cromwell / Signature

Cromwell / Signature
The autograph of Oliver Cromwell

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell
OLIVER CROMWELL Lord Protector with his autograph

Background imageOliver Collection: Jack Frost Window Painter by Oliver Herford

Jack Frost Window Painter by Oliver Herford (1863-1935). British born American writer, artist and illustrator. Was a frequent contributor to The Mentor, Life, and Ladies Home Journal Date: 1926

Background imageOliver Collection: The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. The Consolidated PBY Catalina, American flying boat and amphibious aircraft built by Consolidated Aircraft

Background imageOliver Collection: Portrait of Oliver Cromwell

Portrait of Oliver Cromwell, oil on canvas by an unknown artist after Robert Walker, c.1640. Date: c.1640

Background imageOliver Collection: Wrapper design, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

Wrapper design, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
Wrapper design, first monthly instalment of the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, with illustrations by George Cruikshank, dated January 1846. 1846

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Goldsmith, James Boswell, and Samuel Johnson at the Mitre Tavern in London

Oliver Goldsmith, James Boswell, and Samuel Johnson at the Mitre Tavern in London. Color engraving, 19th century
MITRE TAVERN: S. JOHNSON. Oliver Goldsmith, James Boswell, and Samuel Johnson at the Mitre Tavern in London. Color engraving, 19th century

Background imageOliver Collection: Eight Bells, Hatfield

Eight Bells, Hatfield
The Eight Bells inn at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, referred to in Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Bill Sykes met the pedlar here. Date: 1950s

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Locker-Lampson

Oliver Locker-Lampson
COMMANDER OLIVER STILLINGWORTH LOCKER-LAMPSON politican and war veteran. Conservative MP for Handsworth(1922-1945) and North Huntingdonshire(1910-18)

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Twist / Fagin

Oliver Twist / Fagin
Olivers reception by Fagin and the boys

Background imageOliver Collection: Filming of Oliver! at Shepperton studios. The scene which should have been shot in mid

Filming of Oliver! at Shepperton studios. The scene which should have been shot in mid winter was being shot in August with a ton of featherlight polystyrene strewn about to represent the snowfall

Background imageOliver Collection: Cromwell, (1599-1658), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Cromwell, (1599-1658), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Cromwell, (1599-1658), 1830. Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) English military and political leader who served as Lord Protector was an intensely religious man

Background imageOliver Collection: The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Short Sunderland, 1941. The Short S.25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the RAF by Short Brothers

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Messel

Oliver Messel (1904 - 1978), English designer of film sets, costume and interiors. Pictured with his portrait of the Countess of Seafield. Date: 1928

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Brown

Oliver Brown
OLIVER BROWN London Art Dealer, proprietor of the Leicester Galleries. Date: 1885 - 1966

Background imageOliver Collection: Barbel

Barbel by H.J. Oliver

Background imageOliver Collection: Actor Jack Wild who played the role of the Artful Dodger in the 1968 Lionel Bart musical

Actor Jack Wild who played the role of the Artful Dodger in the 1968 Lionel Bart musical film Oliver! Pictured at home. 28th February 1969

Background imageOliver Collection: Portrait - Arabella Stewart, c16th century, (1904). Artist: Isaac Oliver I

Portrait - Arabella Stewart, c16th century, (1904). Artist: Isaac Oliver I
Portrait - Arabella Stewart, c16th century (1904). Lady Arabella Stuart, (c1577-1615). From James I. and VI, by T. F. Henderson. [Goupil & Co. Paris, Edinburgh, New York, London, 1904]

Background imageOliver Collection: Residence of Oliver Hardy, Beverly Hills, California, USA

Residence of Oliver Hardy, Beverly Hills, California, USA. Date: 20th century

Background imageOliver Collection: THEATER: PANTOMIME, 1851. Scene from the pantomime, Oliver Cromwell; or, Harlequin

THEATER: PANTOMIME, 1851. Scene from the pantomime, Oliver Cromwell; or, Harlequin Charley Over the Water and the Maid of Pattys Mill at the City of London Theatre in London. Engraving, English, 1851

Background imageOliver Collection: The Barbarine - first climbed 1905 - Germany

The Barbarine - first climbed 1905 - Germany
The Barbarine - the best-known, free-standing rock formation in the German part of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains. The pinnacle is the symbol of Saxon Switzerland

Background imageOliver Collection: Fagin in Jail

Fagin in Jail
Fagin in the condemned cell

Background imageOliver Collection: King St. C17Th

King St. C17Th
Timber-fronted buildings with protruding storey, common in London before the Great Fire. Tradition also allows this house to have been the residence of Oliver Cromwell

Background imageOliver Collection: Bath Buns Shop

Bath Buns Shop
Fortts Original Bath Buns shop, also famous for its Oliver Biscuits and incorporating the Green St. Cafe, Bath, Somerset

Background imageOliver Collection: Oliver Chez Fagin

Oliver Chez Fagin
Oliver with Fagin, the Artful Dodger, Bill Sykes and Nancy

Background imageOliver Collection: The Adventures of Oliver

The Adventures of Oliver
3770816 The Adventures of Oliver by Cruikshank, George (1792-1878); (add.info.: The Adventures of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens - A new edition revised and corrected)

Background imageOliver Collection: Home Week at Hickory Grove by Oliver Herford

Home Week at Hickory Grove by Oliver Herford. 1926



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"Oliver: A Timeless Duo and a Tale of Resilience" Step into the world of Oliver, where laughter meets perseverance. Just like Laurel and Hardy, this name has left an indelible mark on history. From their iconic roles in "Flying Deuces" to the silent film "Leave Them Laughing, " Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy's comedic genius continues to captivate audiences even today. But Oliver is not just limited to Hollywood legends; it extends beyond the silver screen. Remember Oliver Twist meeting the Artful Dodger? The tale of this young orphan navigating through a Dickensian world remains etched in our hearts. And who can forget Bill Sykes, that menacing character who added depth to Oliver's story? Yet, there is more to Oliver than entertainment alone. It intertwines with historical events as well. Whether it be Cromwell at Dunbar or the Westland Lysander aircraft from 1941, this name carries echoes of bravery and resilience. Even within the realm of dance, we find traces of Oliver's influence. The Harkness Theatre mural by Enrique Senis-Oliver pays homage to Terpsichore, showcasing dancers celebrating their artistry—a testament to how creativity transcends time. Just like its diverse associations suggest, "Oliver" encompasses a multitude of stories—comedic brilliance, tales of survival against all odds, historical significance—and serves as a reminder that names hold power beyond mere labels. So let us embrace the spirit behind each reference linked with "Oliver, " for it encapsulates laughter amidst adversity and leaves an everlasting impact on our collective consciousness.