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Images Dated 5th August 2015

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Choose from 23825 pictures in our Images Dated 5th August 2015 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Mary Evans Prints Online.


Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont - Battle of Waterloo Featured 5 Aug 2015 Print

Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont - Battle of Waterloo

Defence of the Chateau de Hougoumont by the flank company, Coldstream GuardsWatercolour by Denis Dighton, 1815Associated with Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815).In 1811 Dighton obtained an ensigncy in the 90th Foot as a favour from the Prince Regent, but he resigned in March 1812. He made drawings at Waterloo in 1815. That year he was appointed Military Painter to the Prince. Watercolour Date: 1815

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, WW1 Featured 5 Aug 2015 Print

The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, WW1

The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, originally published in the 1914 Christmas number of The Graphic. Depicting a dead soldier on a battlefield with an ethereal image of Christ on the cross shining down on him, it was one of the most popular images of the war. Stephen Paget observed in The Cornhill Magazine that this Graphic cover has turned railway bookstalls into wayside shrines; the one and only picture of the war, up to now, which says what most needs to be said on canvas. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Bakers Arms Public House, Leyton, London Featured 5 Aug 2015 Print

The Bakers Arms Public House, Leyton, London

A wonderful colour postcard of the suburbs of London in the early 1900s - a tram approaches The Baker's Arms Public House in Leyton, London.A district on the boundary of Leyton and Walthamstow is known as Baker's Arms after this pub (in the London Borough of Waltham Forest). The pub (which added an extra storey during the 20th century and only closed in 2010 - now a Paddy Power betting shop) stood at the junction of High Road Leyton, Hoe Street (both A112) and Lea Bridge Road (A104). The pub's name was derived from the nearby almshouses for members of London's baking trade, which were completed in 1866. Date: circa 1900

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection