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Sharing Collection

"Sharing: A Universal Language of Kindness and Connection" In the heartwarming painting of St

Background imageSharing Collection: Painting of St. Martin sharing his coat, St. Gatien Cathedral, Tours, Indre-et-Loire

Painting of St. Martin sharing his coat, St. Gatien Cathedral, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, France, Europe

Background imageSharing Collection: Sharing Rations - The Troopers Christmas-Box

Sharing Rations - The Troopers Christmas-Box
A British trooper shares his Christmas rations with his horse on the Western Front during WWI. 1916

Background imageSharing Collection: Port Sunlight - a workers utopia

Port Sunlight - a workers utopia
Page from The Illustrated London News with photographs reporting on the model factory village of Port Sunlight on the Wirral, near Birkenhead

Background imageSharing Collection: Sleeping Partners and Dissolved Partnership, Cecil Aldin

Sleeping Partners and Dissolved Partnership, Cecil Aldin
Lovely illustration by Cecil Aldin observing two of his dogs, possibly Mickey (the Irish Wolfhound) and Cracker (the English bull terrier), attempting to share a sofa. Date: 1929

Background imageSharing Collection: Young Dutch boy and girl share a kiss at sunset

Young Dutch boy and girl share a kiss at sunset Date: 1929

Background imageSharing Collection: King George VI - Thanking British Children

King George VI - Thanking British Children
A certificate from King George VI to the children of Great Britain on 8th June, 1946 - issued as a momento for sharing in the hardships and ultimate triumph during World War Two

Background imageSharing Collection: A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy

A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy
Bonzo finds that sharing life with the household cat bears out the old phrase - a cat-and-dog life. Bonzo, the cartoon canine creation of artist George Studdy in The Sketch

Background imageSharing Collection: Main Office Entrance, Port Sunlight

Main Office Entrance, Port Sunlight. Port Sunlight is a garden village which was founded in 1888 by Lever to house his soap factory workers

Background imageSharing Collection: Two blacktail prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) sharing something to eat

Two blacktail prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) sharing something to eat, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, United States of America, North America

Background imageSharing Collection: Little Miss Muffet (K. G

Little Miss Muffet (K. G
She upsets her stool when she finds a - really, rather small - spider sharing it with her

Background imageSharing Collection: Newtons rents off Twine Court in Shadwell - the centre of one of the worst slums in Stepney

Newtons rents off Twine Court in Shadwell - the centre of one of the worst slums in Stepney, London. When the picture of the three women

Background imageSharing Collection: Christmas at the Front - Unpacking the Parcels from Home

Christmas at the Front - Unpacking the Parcels from Home
A group of British soldiers share the contents of a hamper which has been delivered to them at the Front. A Christmas pudding is held aloft and the scene is of general jollity

Background imageSharing Collection: Tatler winter fashions, by Gordon Conway

Tatler winter fashions, by Gordon Conway
Fashion illustration by Gordon Conway of a soft woollen suit worn with green kasha scarf and gloves. The second outfit, a red coat made of soft suede, worn with a matching scarf and waistcoat

Background imageSharing Collection: Ducks drinking pints of beer in their local pub from pint glasses - October 1984

Ducks drinking pints of beer in their local pub from pint glasses - October 1984

Background imageSharing Collection: The end of a happy day

The end of a happy day
BAL34330 The end of a happy day by Faed, Thomas (1826-1900); Josef Mensing Gallery, Hamm-Rhynern, Germany; Scottish, out of copyright

Background imageSharing Collection: Mobile phone use, X-ray

Mobile phone use, X-ray. The person at right is showing the other a picture (of a skull) on the mobile phone

Background imageSharing Collection: A Good Book, (oil on board)

A Good Book, (oil on board)
651199 A Good Book, (oil on board) by Firle, Walther (1859-1929); 49.5x63.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: A Good Book. Walter Firle (1859-1929). Oil on board

Background imageSharing Collection: - Argentina

- Argentina
Young Argentinian men in traditional costume drinking Mate, a traditional South American infused drink, prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate (llex paraguariensis)

Background imageSharing Collection: Very Great Secret

Very Great Secret
A small girl whispers a very big secret to her conspiratorial grandmother

Background imageSharing Collection: Have a Drink

Have a Drink
Kapuschinsky

Background imageSharing Collection: Have a Drink

Have a Drink
Kapuschinsky

Background imageSharing Collection: Have a Drink

Have a Drink
Kapuschinsky

Background imageSharing Collection: Have a Drink

Have a Drink
Kapuschinsky

Background imageSharing Collection: Have a Drink

Have a Drink
Kapuschinsky

Background imageSharing Collection: Jack Sprat Could Eat No Fat - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration

Jack Sprat Could Eat No Fat - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration
A fat woman (wearing a monstrous headdress) and her thin husband unequally share a meal while a servant brings them some drinks

Background imageSharing Collection: Traditional Japanese Woodblock female in the snow

Traditional Japanese Woodblock female in the snow
Japanese snow scene from the master Kunisada and forms part of my own private collection of original woodblock prints. A woodblock print from the Edo period showing a figure standing in the snow in

Background imageSharing Collection: Family of three on small motor boat

Family of three on small motor boat

Background imageSharing Collection: Father and son on fishing boat

Father and son on fishing boat

Background imageSharing Collection: Love Never Fails

Love Never Fails
Kapuschinsky

Background imageSharing Collection: Female Brown bear (Ursus arctos) with two cubs, eating fish in lake Kuril

Female Brown bear (Ursus arctos) with two cubs, eating fish in lake Kuril, Kronotsky Nature Reserve, Kamchatka, Russia

Background imageSharing Collection: Stage Door Canteen, 201 Piccadilly, Central London. Masses of rubbish have to be cleared

Stage Door Canteen, 201 Piccadilly, Central London. Masses of rubbish have to be cleared out before alterations for the Club can be carried out

Background imageSharing Collection: Slum housing in Salford. This is an English bedroom. Left to right, Rita Logan, 11

Slum housing in Salford. This is an English bedroom. Left to right, Rita Logan, 11, her sister Margaret, 13, and brothers Thomas, 9, John, 3, and Peter 7. 3rd April 1960

Background imageSharing Collection: Two Chimpanzees celebrating Easter with chocolate eggs at Twycross Zoo. 25th March 1981

Two Chimpanzees celebrating Easter with chocolate eggs at Twycross Zoo. 25th March 1981

Background imageSharing Collection: Life in the Mirror Our Gang. 19th January 1954 Boys playing football watched on by

Life in the Mirror Our Gang. 19th January 1954 Boys playing football watched on by others on a bomb site off Bow Road in the East End of London

Background imageSharing Collection: Rytons Town Crier Noel Rippeth had nothing to ring his bell about as the torrential

Rytons Town Crier Noel Rippeth had nothing to ring his bell about as the torrential rain forced the cancellation of the annual Ryton Village Hirings Fair 2 May 1983

Background imageSharing Collection: Alnwick Town Crier George Neighbour bellows to opens Alnwick Fair

Alnwick Town Crier George Neighbour bellows to opens Alnwick Fair, with maidens Dorothy Brewis and Susan Knox 22 June 1979

Background imageSharing Collection: Former coldstream Guardsman Billy Renwick is 70 years old but he

Former coldstream Guardsman Billy Renwick is 70 years old but hes still got a stentorian voice and now hes hoping to put it to good use

Background imageSharing Collection: Town Crier John Stevenson struggled through the snow at Northumberland Square in North

Town Crier John Stevenson struggled through the snow at Northumberland Square in North Sheilds, to launch North Tyneside Councils campaign urging residents to claim all the Government benefits they

Background imageSharing Collection: Loud-mouthed schoolboy John Foster has just been named as Alnwick

Loud-mouthed schoolboy John Foster has just been named as Alnwicks new Junior Bellman, pictured practising with Alnwicks Town Crier John Stevens 1 June 1986

Background imageSharing Collection: Life in the Mirror Our Gang. 19th January 1954 Boys playing football watched on by

Life in the Mirror Our Gang. 19th January 1954 Boys playing football watched on by others on a bomb site off Bow Road in the East End of London

Background imageSharing Collection: Animals Humour Dogs Boxer George September 1959 Hilary Dellar with the puppy 8 week

Animals Humour Dogs Boxer George September 1959 Hilary Dellar with the puppy 8 week old champion boxer George, both enjoying an ice-cream Hilary is the daughter of the owner Pat Dellar of the kennels

Background imageSharing Collection: Children bathing together Your Turn by C V MacKenzie

Children bathing together Your Turn by C V MacKenzie
Sweet illustration showing two children sharing a tin bath. The smaller child soaks the older one with a sponge, all in the spirit of communal bathing! Date: 1920s

Background imageSharing Collection: A group of happy schoolgirls wearing Spanish tartan skirts

A group of happy schoolgirls wearing Spanish tartan skirts
A group of delighted schoolgirls sit on a wall and look off camera at something that surprises them and makes them smile. They all wear Spanish tartan skirts. Date: circa 1987

Background imageSharing Collection: Silhouette - man and woman watching the sunset - Caernarfon

Silhouette - man and woman watching the sunset - Caernarfon
Silhouette of man and woman watching the sunset from a footbridge in Caernarfon, Gwynedd, north Wales. Although they are slightly separated, they seem to be sharing the beauty of the moment

Background imageSharing Collection: New Forest boys, Hampshire

New Forest boys, Hampshire
Two young boys pull another boy out of the river and onto the riverbank to safety on a summer day in New Forest Hampshire. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageSharing Collection: Black and white, Photography, Head and shoulders, Sitting, Drinking, Well-dressed

Black and white, Photography, Head and shoulders, Sitting, Drinking, Well-dressed
Twin sisters (12-13) drinking through straws from same glass, (B&W)

Background imageSharing Collection: Boy scouts sharing a shower at camp, British Honduras

Boy scouts sharing a shower at camp, British Honduras
Three boy scouts sharing a shower at Loyola Camp, British Honduras (now Belize), Central America. Date: 1951

Background imageSharing Collection: They Can't Black-Out The Moon

They Can't Black-Out The Moon
An illustrated WW2 music sheet cover for They Can't Black-Out The Moon, by Art Strauss, Bob Dale and Sonny Miller. Featured by Ambrose and his orchestra, seen pictured in the portrait photograph



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"Sharing: A Universal Language of Kindness and Connection" In the heartwarming painting of St. Martin sharing his coat, we witness a timeless act of selflessness that transcends boundaries and reminds us of the power of compassion. St. Gatien Cathedral in Tours, Indre-et-Loire stands as a testament to the spirit faith and community, where people come together to find solace and support. During "The Troopers Christmas-Box, " soldiers share rations with one another, reminding us that even in times of scarcity, generosity can create moments of joy and camaraderie. Port Sunlight emerges as a workers' utopia built on principles like cooperation and shared prosperity, proving that when we share resources and opportunities, everyone benefits. Cecil Aldin's artwork "Sleeping Partners" portrays animals finding comfort in each other's company—a beautiful reminder that sharing companionship brings warmth to our lives. King George VI thanking British children exemplifies how leaders can inspire unity by acknowledging the contributions made by individuals—showcasing how gratitude fosters a sense of belonging through shared appreciation. As the young Dutch boy and girl share a kiss at sunset, love becomes an embodiment emotions—an intimate connection that knows no borders or differences. "A Cat and Dog Life" by George Studdy captures unlikely friendships formed through mutual understanding—a delightful portrayal showcasing how even different species can embrace sharing life's joys together. At Port Sunlight's main office entrance lies an invitation for collaboration—the gateway to collective progress achieved through shared visions and efforts towards common goals. Two blacktail prairie dogs sharing something to eat symbolize not only survival but also the innate human instinct to care for others—a gentle reminder that empathy is ingrained within us all. In an amusing scene from October 1984, ducks drinking pints at their local pub demonstrate lighthearted moments where laughter is shared over simple pleasures—reminding us to find joy in the company of others.