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Choose from 99 pictures in our Wilkie 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.


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Study for 'Penny Wedding', 1817, (1946). Creator: David Wilkie

Study for 'Penny Wedding', 1817, (1946). The 'penny wedding', common in Scotland, was a marriage ceremony where each guest paid a penny towards the expenses (for the food and the musicians), and anything left over went towards the couple's new home. The fiddle-player Niel Gow (1727-1807) is recognisable here. Sketch in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. From "Life Among the Scots", by Janet Adam Smith. [Collins, London, 1946]

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First Royal Variety Show cast, 1912

Some of the cast of the first Royal Variety Show performance at the Palace Theatre, 1912. 6. Mr. Charles Aldrich(quick change impersonations and juggling) 7. Miss Cissie Loftus(imitations of well-known artists) 8. Mr. David Devant(a new illusion) 9. Mr. Harry Claff(God save the King) 10. Mr. Wilkie Bard(The night watchman) 14. Mr. Edwin Rece Pippafax(in Humpti-bumpsti) 15. Mr. G. H Chirgwin(the bagpipes and his one-string fiddle) 16. Mr. Arthur Prince and his sailor boy Jim (ventriloquism) 19. Miss Clarice Mayne(I'm longing for someone to love me) 20. Mr Harry Tate(Motoring) 24. Mr. George Robey(the Mayor of Mudcumdyke) 25. Mr. Alfred Lester(the village fire brigade) 26. The Palace Girls(a dance scena, a study in black and white) Date: 1st July 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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'Reading the Will', c1820. Creator: William Greatbach

'Reading the Will', c1820. The numerous heirs gather round the lawyer seated at the table, on which are coins, bottles and glasses. One stands close with an ear trumpet. The belongings of the recently deceased spill out of a trunk in the foreground. The work is said to have been inspired by the novel "Guy Mannering" by Sir Walter Scott. Engraving after the painting in the Neue Pinakothek Munich, Germany.

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