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MonoMania Images Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 61 pictures in our MonoMania Images 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.


Bessie Bellwood music hall singer 1856-1896 Featured MonoMania Images Print

Bessie Bellwood music hall singer 1856-1896

Bessie Bellwood (Catherine Mahoney) music hall singer who engaged with her audience and had a reputation for putting down the toughest of hecklers. Carte de visite advertising Taunus table water. Demure pose looking to the side but dress with revealing low cut top. Date: circa late 1880s

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Malvina Dunreath music hall singer and long boot dancer Featured MonoMania Images Print

Malvina Dunreath music hall singer and long boot dancer

Malvina Dunreath music hall singer and long boot dancer. In costume, wearing ?little girl? knee length white dress with full skirt. Hair in long plaits with large bow. Balancing on long boots, originally made famous by Little Tich. This style of dress was popular in the music hall with the wearer striving to look childlike and innocent. Date: circa 1915

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Sisters Earle music hall duettists and dancers Featured MonoMania Images Print

Sisters Earle music hall duettists and dancers

The Sisters Earle (Florrie and Harriet Warsaw) music hall duettists and simultaneous dancers. In Australia 1901 and moved to England by 1911. Part of a family of performers including the Warsaw brothers and Doris Crawford. Wearing matching military influenced outfits, holding canes and saluting. Date: circa 1913

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