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Cottage of Alfred Wallis, St Ives, Cornwall Featured Alfred Print

Cottage of Alfred Wallis, St Ives, Cornwall

View of the cottage of Alfred Wallis (1855-1942), primitive artist, mariner, fisherman and marine stores dealer, at Back Road West, not far from Porthmeor Beach and the Tate Gallery, in the centre of St Ives, Cornwall. Wallis took up painting late in life, in 1922 after his wife died. The cottage has now been modernised and is a popular venue for holiday letting

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Observed of all observers by Alfred Leete Featured Alfred Print

Observed of all observers by Alfred Leete

The Chauffeur of a coal-gas-driven car (to a gathering crowd): Wot are you anging around cre for? The Crowd: Please, Mister, we'se waiting for the balloon to go up. A humorous comment on the use of coal gas powered vehicles during the First World War, introduced as petrol became increasingly scarce. The gas bag cars carried their fuel in an enormous rubber bag on the roof and were the subject of many jokes and cartoons such as this one by Alfred Leete, an artist best known for his famous Kitchener Your King and Country Needs You cover for London Opinion magazine. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

MRI scan of normal brain, illustration Featured Alfred Print

MRI scan of normal brain, illustration

Computer enhanced false-colour Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI) of a mid-sagittal section through the head of a normal 46 year-old woman, showing structures of the brain, spine & facial tissues. Profiled features of the main part of the brain include the convoluted surface of the cerebral cortex, the corpus callosum, pons & medulla, structures of the brainstem, which are continuous with the spinal cord. The cerebellum, the centre of balance & coordination, lies to the right of the brainstem

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