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Images Dated 11th February 2016

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Choose from 51 pictures in our Images Dated 11th February 2016 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.


Stavanger - Asbjorn Kloster Monument - Norway Featured 11 Feb 2016 Print

Stavanger - Asbjorn Kloster Monument - Norway

Asbj�loster (21 December 1823 18 January 1876) was a social reformer and leader of the Norwegian temperance movement in the 19th century. Links to the Quaker movement, Religious Society of Friends. Founded the first total abstinence society in Norway. The statue of Asbj�loster was raised in Stavanger in 1912. Date: circa 1910s

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Saint Marys Hospital Chapel - Chichester Featured 11 Feb 2016 Print

Saint Marys Hospital Chapel - Chichester

Saint Marys Hospital Chapel - Chichester, W H Barrett Postcard. St Marys is a remarkable survival of a 13th Century hospital. It has kept its ancient buildings and endowments, and is still in use today as an almshouse providing sheltered accommodation for the elderly. The interior is notable for its timber and beam construction. Date: circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor Featured 11 Feb 2016 Print

Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor

Caricature of Richard Claude Belt (1851-1920), English sculptor -- Law Court Pantomime. Mr Policeman Lewis to Mr Motley Belt. A libel case between Belt and a former employer, Charles Lawes, ran for six months in 1882, over the disputed credit for a sculpture. Belt won the case and was awarded damages of 5000, but Lawes launched an appeal and the damages were reduced to 500. However, the Court of Appeal overturned this in 1884, and reinstated the amount to 5000. Lawes then filed for bankruptcy to avoid payment. The policeman here is Sir George Henry Lewis (1833-1911), lawyer for Charles Lawes, so annoyed at losing the case that he pursued and ruined Belt.
1883

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