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Choose from 88 pictures in our Beach collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Granger Art on Demand.


Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944). American illustrator. After A Vain Search For Rest And Quiet, He Falls Into A Most Sensitive Condition And Suffers From The Cold. Pen and ink drawing, 1903 Featured Beach Image

Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944). American illustrator. After A Vain Search For Rest And Quiet, He Falls Into A Most Sensitive Condition And Suffers From The Cold. Pen and ink drawing, 1903

GIBSON: THE WEAKER SEX VI.
Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944). American illustrator. After A Vain Search For Rest And Quiet, He Falls Into A Most Sensitive Condition And Suffers From The Cold. Pen and ink drawing, 1903

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1903, America, American, Beach, Bench, Board Walk, Charles, Dana, Dress, Early, Fashion, Gibson, Gibson Girl, Hat, Men, Parasol, Trench Coat, Upper Class, Women

SWITCHBACK RAILWAY, 1886. The first roller coaster in the United States, located in Coney Island, offered one-minute rides for a nickel. Wood engraving, American, 1886 Featured Beach Image

SWITCHBACK RAILWAY, 1886. The first roller coaster in the United States, located in Coney Island, offered one-minute rides for a nickel. Wood engraving, American, 1886

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1886, American, Atlantic Ocean, Beach, Cane, City, Clothes, Coney Island, Daily Life, Dress, Engraving, Late, Men, North, Parasol, Park, Pastime, Railway, Recreation, Ride, Rider, Switchback, Women

BATHING SUITS, 1922. A Public Buildings and Grounds officer measures womens bathing suits to ensure they are not more than six inches above the knee, Washington, D.C. 1922 Featured Beach Image

BATHING SUITS, 1922. A Public Buildings and Grounds officer measures womens bathing suits to ensure they are not more than six inches above the knee, Washington, D.C. 1922

BATHING SUITS, 1922.
A Public Buildings and Grounds officer measures women's bathing suits to ensure they are not more than six inches above the knee, Washington, D.C. 1922

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1922, American, Bathing, Beach, Cap, Daily Life, Dc, Early, Fashion, Leg, Men, North, Officer, Official, Police, Potomac River, Prudery, River Side, Tape Measure, Washington, Women