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Phil May Collection

Phil May is an artist and arts consultant based in London

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Background imagePhil May Collection: Aerial pictures of homecoming victory parade for Liverpool FC players

Aerial pictures of homecoming victory parade for Liverpool FC players, after winning the FA Cup Final, pictured 21st May 1989. Anfield, home of Liverpool Football Club

Background imagePhil May Collection: 1959 Monaco Grand Prix: Stirling Moss, #30 Cooper T51-Climax, retired, and Jean Behra

1959 Monaco Grand Prix: Stirling Moss, #30 Cooper T51-Climax, retired, and Jean Behra, #46 Ferrari Dino 246, retired
1959 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 10 May 1959. Stirling Moss, #30 Cooper T51-Climax, retired, and Jean Behra, #46 Ferrari Dino 246, retired, lead Tony Brooks, #50 Ferrari Dino 246

Background imagePhil May Collection: May / Phil / Vanity Fair 95

May / Phil / Vanity Fair 95
PHILIP WILLIAM MAY known as PHIL MAY English cartoonist Date: 1864 - 1903

Background imagePhil May Collection: Drunk man amazed his tankard contains beer and not coffee

Drunk man amazed his tankard contains beer and not coffee
In the Bars and Streets. Cartoon drawing by Phil May depicting a very drunk man amazed that his tankard contained beer and not coffee

Background imagePhil May Collection: Manchester United Team celebrate after winning European Cup May 1999

Manchester United Team celebrate after winning European Cup May 1999. After beating Bayern Munich 2-1 in the European Champions League Final at the Nou Camp in Barcelona

Background imagePhil May Collection: Zandvoort, Holland. 22 May 1961: Wolfgang von Trips, Ferrari Dino 156, 1st position

Zandvoort, Holland. 22 May 1961: Wolfgang von Trips, Ferrari Dino 156, 1st position, leads Phil Hill, Ferrari Dino 156
1961 Dutch Grand Prix. Zandvoort, Holland. 22 May 1961. Wolfgang von Trips, Ferrari Dino 156, 1st position, leads Phil Hill, Ferrari Dino 156, 2nd position, action

Background imagePhil May Collection: Formula One World Championship: Reigning World Champion Phil Hill Ferrari 156 finished third in

Formula One World Championship: Reigning World Champion Phil Hill Ferrari 156 finished third in the opening race of
Reigning World Champion Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari 156 finished third in the opening race of the season. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 20 May 1962

Background imagePhil May Collection: Phil Brown

Phil Brown

Background imagePhil May Collection: David May (Norton) & Phil Robinson (Seeley BSA) 1989 Senior Classic Manx Grand Prix

David May (Norton) & Phil Robinson (Seeley BSA) 1989 Senior Classic Manx Grand Prix

Background imagePhil May Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari 156 finished third in the opening race of the season. Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 14 May 1961

Background imagePhil May Collection: Woolpack Battery c. 1740s IC171_009

Woolpack Battery c. 1740s IC171_009
Reconstruction illustration showing the Woolpack Battery, part of the impressive coastal defences of Garrison Walls on St

Background imagePhil May Collection: Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins

Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins
" Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay" is a vaudeville and music hall song. The songs first known public performance was in Henry J. Sayers 1891 revue Tuxedo, which was performed in Boston, Massachusetts

Background imagePhil May Collection: 1967 Nurburgring 1000 kms

1967 Nurburgring 1000 kms
NuRBURGRING, GERMANY - MAY 28: Phil Hill / Mike Spence, Chaparral Cars Inc, Chaparral 2F Chevrolet 2F002 CZV-659 in the pitlane during the Nurburgring 1000 kms at Nurburgring on May 28

Background imagePhil May Collection: Bicycle Broadcasting

Bicycle Broadcasting
Washington, D.C.: May 30, 1936 Star NBC sports announcer Jim McGrath and NBC engineer Phil Merryman commandeer a tandem bicycle to be able to announce the 25 mile marathon today in Washington, D.C

Background imagePhil May Collection: Unchilled Enthusiasm, bathing in the Serpentine during the late frost (engraving)

Unchilled Enthusiasm, bathing in the Serpentine during the late frost (engraving)
1038667 Unchilled Enthusiasm, bathing in the Serpentine during the late frost (engraving) by May, Phil (1864-1903); Private Collection; (add.info.: Unchilled Enthusiasm)

Background imagePhil May Collection: Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine (litho)

Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine (litho)
959138 Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine (litho) by May, Phil (1864-1903); Private Collection; (add.info.: Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine)

Background imagePhil May Collection: Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine (litho)

Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine (litho)
959135 Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine (litho) by May, Phil (1864-1903); Private Collection; (add.info.: Unchilled enthusiasm, winter bathing in the Serpentine)

Background imagePhil May Collection: 1961 Dutch GP

1961 Dutch GP
ZANDVOORT, NETHERLANDS - MAY 22: Phil Hill, Ferrari 156, leads Jim Clark, Lotus 21 Climax during the Dutch GP at Zandvoort on May 22, 1961 in Zandvoort, Netherlands. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePhil May Collection: CM27 8327 Phil Perryman, John Joung, Volvo 242 Turbo

CM27 8327 Phil Perryman, John Joung, Volvo 242 Turbo
Phil Perryman, John Joung, Volvo 242 Turbo, Historic Touring Car Challenge, HTCC, Tony Dron Trophy, Donington Historic Festival, May 2019, motor racing, motor sport, motorsport, Nostalgia, racing

Background imagePhil May Collection: Stoke City vs Southampton: May 21, 2017

Stoke City vs Southampton: May 21, 2017
stoke city football club - Southampton v Stoke 21 May 2017 - © phil greig 2017 - created by phil greig greigphotofor stokecityfc

Background imagePhil May Collection: Whitby, Yorkshire - A portrait study of a Fisherman

Whitby, Yorkshire - A portrait study of a Fisherman
Brother Brushes - Portrait drawing by Phil May of Sir Frank William Brangwyn ) - an Anglo-Welsh artist, painter, watercolourist, engraver and illustrator, and progressive designer. Date: 1898

Background imagePhil May Collection: Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City - May 19, 2013

Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City - May 19, 2013
Sunday 19th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: Southampton v Stoke City

Southampton v Stoke City
Sunday 19th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: A Woman of No Importance

A Woman of No Importance
A rather dark humoured illustration by Phil May, entitled A Woman of No Importance, a skit on the title of the play by Oscar Wilde of 1893

Background imagePhil May Collection: Sir John Everett Millais RA - portrait by Phil May

Sir John Everett Millais RA - portrait by Phil May
Brother Brushes - Portrait drawing by Phil May of Sir John Everett Millais RA (1829-1896) - English painter and illustrator and one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Date: 1892

Background imagePhil May Collection: Stoke City vs. West Ham United: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium - May 15, 2016

Stoke City vs. West Ham United: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium - May 15, 2016
Sunday 15th May 2016

Background imagePhil May Collection: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium: Stoke City vs Fulham - May 3, 2014

Clash at the Bet365 Stadium: Stoke City vs Fulham - May 3, 2014
Saturday 3rd May 2014

Background imagePhil May Collection: Stoke City v Fulham

Stoke City v Fulham
Saturday 3rd May 2014

Background imagePhil May Collection: Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City - May 19, 2013

Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City - May 19, 2013
Sunday 19th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City (May 19, 2013)

Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City (May 19, 2013)
Sunday 19th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: Jayne Torvill and husband Phil Christensen arrive at London Airport. 17th may 1991

Jayne Torvill and husband Phil Christensen arrive at London Airport. 17th may 1991

Background imagePhil May Collection: Stoke City v Tottenham

Stoke City v Tottenham
Sunday 12th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: Passionate Stoke City Fans Go Head-to-Head Against Everton in the Intense 2012 Premier League

Passionate Stoke City Fans Go Head-to-Head Against Everton in the Intense 2012 Premier League Clash (Fans Edition)
Tuesday 1st May 2012

Background imagePhil May Collection: Stoke City vs. Tottenham: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium - May 9, 2015

Stoke City vs. Tottenham: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium - May 9, 2015
Saturday 9th May 2015

Background imagePhil May Collection: Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City - May 19, 2013

Showdown at St. Mary's: Southampton vs Stoke City - May 19, 2013
Sunday 19th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: Stoke City vs. Tottenham: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium (May 12, 2013)

Stoke City vs. Tottenham: Clash at the Bet365 Stadium (May 12, 2013)
Sunday 12th May 2013

Background imagePhil May Collection: May 1, 2012: Showdown at Bet365 Stadium - Stoke City vs Everton

May 1, 2012: Showdown at Bet365 Stadium - Stoke City vs Everton
Tuesday 1st May 2012

Background imagePhil May Collection: 2013 British GT Championship, Silverstone, Northants, 25th-26th May 2013

2013 British GT Championship, Silverstone, Northants, 25th-26th May 2013, Phil Burton / Adam Wilcox Mtech Ferrari 458
SilverstoneGT 124

Background imagePhil May Collection: British GT Championship

British GT Championship
Phil Burton (GBR) / Adam Wilcox (GBR) VRS Motor Finance Ferrari 430 GT3 in the pit lane. British GT Championship, Rockingham, England, 25 May 2008

Background imagePhil May Collection: 2010 British GT Championship

2010 British GT Championship
Knockhill, Scotland 8th-9th May 2010 Phil Burton/Adam Wilcox - Predator CCTV Racing Ferrari 430 Scuderia World Copyright: Ebrey/LAT Photographic

Background imagePhil May Collection: Phil May sketch (colour litho)

Phil May sketch (colour litho)
8635944 Phil May sketch (colour litho) by May, Phil (1864-1903); Private Collection; (add.info.: One of the set of Phil May Sketches, issued by Fry's Chocolates in c.1905.); © Look and Learn

Background imagePhil May Collection: 2009 British GT Championship

2009 British GT Championship
Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, 8th-10th May 2009, Phil Burton/Adam Wilcox - VRS Ferrari 430 World Copyright: Ebrey/LAT Photographic

Background imagePhil May Collection: 1961 Dutch GP

1961 Dutch GP
ZANDVOORT, NETHERLANDS - MAY 22: Jim Clark, Lotus 21 Climax, leads Phil Hill, Ferrari 156 during the Dutch GP at Zandvoort on May 22, 1961 in Zandvoort, Netherlands. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imagePhil May Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari D246 approaches the harbour. He finished 3rd. Monaco Grand Prix, Monte-Carlo, 29 May 1960

Background imagePhil May Collection: 1967 Targa Florio

1967 Targa Florio
CIRCUITO DE TARGA FLORIO, ITALY - MAY 14: Phil Hill / Hap Sharp, Chaparral Cars Inc, Chaparral 2F Chevrolet 2F001 CYJ 156 making a pitstop during the Targa Florio at Circuito de Targa Florio on May

Background imagePhil May Collection: British GT 2021: Brands Hatch

British GT 2021: Brands Hatch
BRANDS HATCH, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 23: Michael Igoe / Phil Keen - WPI Motorsport Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo during the Brands Hatch at Brands Hatch on May 23, 2021 in Brands Hatch, United Kingdom

Background imagePhil May Collection: 2016 British GT Championship, Rockingham, Northamptonshire. 30th April - 1st May 2016

2016 British GT Championship, Rockingham, Northamptonshire. 30th April - 1st May 2016. Jon Minshaw / Phil Keen Barwell Motorsport Lamborghini Hurracan GT3. World Copyright: Ebrey / LAT Photographic

Background imagePhil May Collection: 1962 Nurburgring 1000 kms

1962 Nurburgring 1000 kms
NuRBURGRING, GERMANY - MAY 27: Olivier Gendebien and Phil Hill celebrate victory on the podium during the Nurburgring 1000 kms at Nurburgring on May 27, 1962 in Nurburgring, Germany



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Phil May Collection

Phil May is an artist and arts consultant based in London. He has been working in the art world for over 20 years, with a focus on contemporary visual art. His work includes curating exhibitions, writing about art and advising artists on their careers. He has worked with some of the most influential galleries and institutions in London, including Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery and Barbican Centre. Phil is passionate about promoting emerging talent and championing diversity within the arts sector. He works closely with artists to help them develop their practice, build their profile and find opportunities to exhibit their work. Phil also runs workshops for aspiring artists to help them gain confidence in their creative practice.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Phil May collection available on Media Storehouse is a rich assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards. Our collection features the works of Phil May who was an influential British artist in the late 19th century. His illustrations were published in various newspapers and magazines including Punch magazine where he became a regular contributor. He was known for his humorous depictions of everyday life that often featured working-class people and children. Our collection showcases some of his most popular works such as "A Little Bit Off The Top", "The New Boy" and "Going to Market". These artworks are available in different sizes and formats to suit individual preferences. Whether you're looking for a classic framed print or a modern canvas print, there's something for everyone. The Phil May collection is perfect for those who appreciate fine art with a touch of humor. It's an excellent way to add character to any living space or office while also paying homage to one of Britain's greatest artists.
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What are Phil May (Artists Arts) art prints?

Phil May was a renowned British artist who lived from 1864 to 1903. He is best known for his humorous illustrations and cartoons that were published in various magazines during the late Victorian era. Phil May's art prints are reproductions of some of his most famous works, including his caricatures of everyday people and social commentary on the issues of his time. These art prints capture the essence of Phil May's unique style, which combines sharp wit with a keen eye for detail. They make great additions to any home or office decor and are perfect gifts for those who appreciate fine art and humor. Phil May's legacy as an artist continues to inspire new generations, making these prints not only beautiful but also historically significant pieces of artwork. Whether you're a fan of classic British humor or simply looking for something different to add to your collection, Phil May's art prints are sure to delight and entertain you.
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What Phil May (Artists Arts) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Phil May art prints for purchase. You can choose from a variety of his works, including humorous illustrations and political cartoons. Some popular options include "The Good Old Days," which depicts a group of elderly men reminiscing about their youth, and "The New Woman," which satirizes the feminist movement. In addition to these well-known pieces, Media Storehouse also has lesser-known works by Phil May available for purchase. These include sketches and drawings that showcase his talent as an artist beyond just his famous cartoons. All of the Phil May art prints sold by Media Storehouse are high-quality reproductions that capture the detail and nuance of the original artwork. Whether you're looking to add some humor to your home or office decor or simply appreciate great art, there's sure to be a print that suits your tastes among our selection.
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To purchase Phil May's art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of his works online. Once you have found a print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing the order. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for each print, so be sure to select the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a range of other artists' works if you are interested in exploring further. If you have any questions or concerns about the ordering process or specific prints, we have customer service representatives available to assist you via phone or email. With our easy-to-use website and high-quality prints, purchasing Phil May's artwork from Media Storehouse is a simple and enjoyable experience.
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How much do Phil May (Artists Arts) art prints cost?

We offer a range of Phil May art prints at varying prices. The cost of each print depends on factors such as the size and type of paper used, as well as whether it is a limited edition or open edition print. We have a selection of his most popular works available for purchase, including illustrations from his famous book "Phil May's ABC" and other humorous sketches. Our Phil May art prints are high-quality reproductions that capture the essence of his unique style and wit. They make great additions to any home or office decor and are perfect gifts for fans of this iconic artist. We take pride in offering our customers affordable prices without compromising on quality. Our goal is to provide access to beautiful artwork that can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of their budget. Contact us today to learn more about our collection of Phil May art prints.
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We take great care in delivering your Phil May art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives in perfect condition. Your print will be carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted delivery partners who offer reliable and efficient services to ensure that your order is delivered safely and on time. You can track the progress of your delivery using the tracking number provided once your order has been dispatched. When you receive your Phil May art print, it is important to handle it with care. We recommend unrolling it slowly and gently, taking care not to damage the edges or corners of the print. We strive to provide a seamless and hassle-free experience when it comes to delivering our customers' orders, so you can enjoy your new artwork as soon as possible.