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Poetry Gallery

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Choose from 890 pictures in our Poetry collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


I am half sick of shadows, c1911. Artist: John William Waterhouse Featured Print

I am half sick of shadows, c1911. Artist: John William Waterhouse

I am half sick of shadows, c1911. Illustration of Tennyson's poem of the Arthurian legend, showing the Lady of Shalott bored with her weaving. Beside her is the window she will look through and fall in love with Sir Lancelot. She will die of a broken heart because her love is not returned

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Poet and discus thrower, Mlle. H. Konopacka Featured Print

Poet and discus thrower, Mlle. H. Konopacka

Halina Konopacka (1900 - 1989), famous athlete and the first Polish Olympic Champion (1928, Amsterdam). She took part in the Olympic Games in Amsterdam, where she won a gold medal in discus throw, breaking her own world record. This was the first women's gold-winning track and field event in the Olympics. She was also known in Poland for her poetry according to the caption. What a gal. Date: 1928

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Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica, illustration from Orlando Furioso by by Ludovico Ariosto Featured Print

Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica, illustration from Orlando Furioso by by Ludovico Ariosto

Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica, illustration from Orlando Furioso by by Ludovico Ariosto, illustrator Gustave Dore (1832-1883). Canto Decimo: Argomento. (Tenth song: Argument). Angelica, daughter of King of Cathay, is sought throughout the world by Orlando, Rinaldo, and the best knights from various countries. She eventually finds herself naked and chained to a rock in the sea, offered as a sacrifice to a sea monster. She is rescued by the African knight Ruggiero, who gives her a ring of invisibility. LA: Italian poet 8 September 1474 - 6 July 1533. Colourised version

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