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Sexism Gallery

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

Choose from 38 pictures in our Sexism 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.


A man reproaches his pregnant mistress, from Crimes and Punishments, special Featured Print

A man reproaches his pregnant mistress, from Crimes and Punishments, special

BAL366891 A man reproaches his pregnant mistress, from Crimes and Punishments, special edition of L'Assiette au Beurre, 1st March 1902 (colour litho) by Vallotton, Felix Edouard (1865-1925); Private Collection; (add.info.: Crimes et Chatiments; Caption: Your mother shouldn't have let you get this way';); Swiss, out of copyright

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Two Girls of The Period, 1869. Artist: John Tenniel Featured Print

Two Girls of The Period, 1869. Artist: John Tenniel

Two Girls of The Period, 1869. This cartoon shows a fashionable protestant convert to Catholicism looking in horror at the Catholic nun. This is a reference to the Mary Saurin case where a nun had taken action against her convent for having forced her to carry out such menial and manual tasks as scrubbing floors. However, the Protestant faith relied much on a relationship with God based on their works yet, in this cartoon, the convert is shown as interested in little but her clothes and hair. So this picture not only presents a negative view of Catholicism, but a negative view of the shallowness of women of fashion. From Punch, or the London Charivari, February 20, 1869

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A full length frontal figure divided in half, one half representing a man and the other a woman. Coloured etching by I. Cruikshank, 1793 Featured Print

A full length frontal figure divided in half, one half representing a man and the other a woman. Coloured etching by I. Cruikshank, 1793

Lettering continues: "for a more full description of this monster, see, an ingenious book, lately publish'd, price 3/6, entitled, Man-midwifery dessected, containing a variety of well authenticated cases, elucidating this animal's propensities to cruelty & indecency, sold by the publisher of this print, who has presented the author with the above for a frontispiece to his book."
A man-mid-wife, or a newly discovered animal, not known in Buffon's time; ... - 1793

© Wellcome Collection / Isaac Cruikshank