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Background imagePop art gallery Collection: 8936496

8936496

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8935512

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: 8925161

8925161

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8925092

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8936393

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier, from El Museo Popular, 1889 (print)

Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier, from El Museo Popular, 1889 (print)
693700 Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier, from El Museo Popular, 1889 (print) by Spanish School, (19th century)

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Stanislaw Moniuszko, Polish and Belarusian composer (colour litho)

Stanislaw Moniuszko, Polish and Belarusian composer (colour litho)
6029626 Stanislaw Moniuszko, Polish and Belarusian composer (colour litho) by European School (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Stanislaw Moniuszko, Polish and Belarusian composer)

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8925533

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8925467

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8925346

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8924850

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Portrait 50

Portrait 50
John Yuk Kong Chung

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Maria Sophia Friederica, 1800. Creator: Johan Frederik Clemens

Maria Sophia Friederica, 1800. Creator: Johan Frederik Clemens
Maria Sophia Friederica, 1800. This portrait depicts Sophia Frederica of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1758-94) who was born a Princess and Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Neil Munro, 1920. Creator: William Strang

Neil Munro, 1920. Creator: William Strang
Neil Munro, 1920. Neil Munro (1863-1930) was a popular and important Scottish journalist, newspaper editor, author and literary critic, who also wrote under the pseudonym Hugh Foulis'

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Portrait of Raphael, (c1518). Creator: Giulio Bonasone

Portrait of Raphael, (c1518). Creator: Giulio Bonasone
Portrait of Raphael, (c1518). The world-famous painter Raphael was endowed with a handsome appearance and great personal charm in addition to his prodigious artistic talents

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Child With A Bird (Mademoiselle Fleury In Algerian Costume), 1882. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Child With A Bird (Mademoiselle Fleury In Algerian Costume), 1882. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Child With A Bird (Mademoiselle Fleury In Algerian Costume), 1882. The sitter, Mademoiselle Fleury, was probably French, but she is shown wearing what the artist described as an "Algerian

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: The late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.D. First Lord of the Treasury, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.D. First Lord of the Treasury, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.D. First Lord of the Treasury, 1865. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (1784-1865), known as Lord Palmerston

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: The late Sir W. J. Hooker, Director of the Royal Gardens at Kew, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The late Sir W. J. Hooker, Director of the Royal Gardens at Kew, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The late Sir W. J. Hooker, Director of the Royal Gardens at Kew, 1865. Engraving from a photograph by Ernest Edwards, of the...eminent botanist...[who] was offered the Regius Professorship of his

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Bad Girl

Bad Girl
Mowzu

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Neutral Portrait

Neutral Portrait
Graham Browne

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Woman and Zebra

Woman and Zebra
Graham Browne

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Scarlett

Scarlett
Sanna Jarlelind

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: At Least the Light Will Never Go Out

At Least the Light Will Never Go Out
Frank Moth

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: The Unexpected

The Unexpected
Frank Moth

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Dannii Minogue (AUS) Pop star, a guest of the Renault team. Formula One World Championship, Rd1, Australian Grand Prix, Qualifying, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, 5 March 2005

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: The dancer's portrait

The dancer's portrait
Little Dean

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Minardi's Thunder at the Rock

Minardi's Thunder at the Rock
Jos Verstappen (NED), Minardi, left, with his passenger Jay Kay (GBR), lead singer of pop group Jamiroquai. Minardi's Thunder at the Rock, Rockingham Motor Speedway, Corby, England. 31 August 2003

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: 1996 Australian Grand Prix

1996 Australian Grand Prix. Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 8-10 March 1996. The introduction of a swipe card security system for the paddock did not prove popular

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Motor Show

Motor Show
The Motor Show was held for the first time outside of London at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham. It was the most popular Motor Show on record, with over 900, 000 visitors

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Margaret Whigham as The Precious One at the Gay Party

Margaret Whigham as The Precious One at the Gay Party
Miss Margaret Whigham, celebrated debutante and it girl, later Mrs Charles Sweeny and then the Duchess of Argyll, whose divorce case in 1963 scandalised the country

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Confessions by Camera, Ms Charles Sweeny

Confessions by Camera, Ms Charles Sweeny
Page from The Sketch, part of a series entitled, Confessions by Camera. This one features Mrs Charles Sweeny, former deb of the year and it girl

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: King Alfred Jewel

King Alfred Jewel
The King Alfred Jewel, made on the orders of King Alfred the Great. It was discovered in 1693, in North Petherton, Somerset, and is now a popular exhibit at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Steve Marriott, (30 January 1947 - 20 April 1991) singer

Steve Marriott, (30 January 1947 - 20 April 1991) singer, songwriter and member of the 1960s band The Small Faces and the 1970s super group Humble Pie, pictured in November 1989

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Patsy Kensit British actress and pop singer 1987 A©mirrorpix

Patsy Kensit British actress and pop singer 1987 A©mirrorpix
Patsy Kensit British actress and pop singer 1987 © mirrorpix

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: American jazz singer Billie Holiday Jazz Singer in the UK ahead of her first concert

American jazz singer Billie Holiday Jazz Singer in the UK ahead of her first concert appearance at the Royal Albert Hall on 14th February, 8th February 1954

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Hilary Pritchard actress with winners of Disc awards 1973 Rod Stewart pop

Hilary Pritchard actress with winners of Disc awards 1973 Rod Stewart pop singer Maggie Bell Gilbert O Sullivan

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Patsy Kensit British actress and pop singer in April 1986 at premiere of film Absolute

Patsy Kensit British actress and pop singer in April 1986 at premiere of film Absolute Beginners

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Clare Grogan Scottish pop singer and actress, July 1983, arriving at Heathrow Airport

Clare Grogan Scottish pop singer and actress, July 1983, arriving at Heathrow Airport

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Paul McCartney of the Beatles, Friday 19th May 1967. Pictured attending a dinner

Paul McCartney of the Beatles, Friday 19th May 1967. Pictured attending a dinner party in the Belgravia home of Beatles manager Brian Epstein

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: John Mayall of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers with his wife Pamela and children Tracey

John Mayall of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers with his wife Pamela and children Tracey, Jason, Gary and Benedict their Nigerian baby who they have adopted. 22nd October 1965

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Singer Van Morrison and Janet Planet. 10th October 1967

Singer Van Morrison and Janet Planet. 10th October 1967

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: John Mayall aged 23 with his wife Pamela. He went on to form John Mayall

John Mayall aged 23 with his wife Pamela. He went on to form John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers in 1963. 7th May 1956

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Pop singer Sade posing in the studio. March 1984

Pop singer Sade posing in the studio. March 1984

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Frank Sinatra, Royal Albert Hall, London, 1989. Creator: Brian Foskett

Frank Sinatra, Royal Albert Hall, London, 1989. Creator: Brian Foskett
Frank Sinatra, Royal Albert Hall, London, 1989. In April 1989, three of the greatest icons of American popular music, Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli and Sammy Davis Jr, came together in Frank

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Girl Leaning on a Ledge, Artist Unknown

Girl Leaning on a Ledge, Artist Unknown
Oil on canvas. This painting, catalogued as being by an unknown artist, appears to be an exact copy of part of Two Women at a Window

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Bruno Kastner - German stage and film actor

Bruno Kastner - German stage and film actor
Bruno Kastner ) - German stage and film actor, screenwriter and film producer whose career was most prominent in the 1910s and 1920s during the silent film era

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Ringneck duck flying low over march reeds

Ringneck duck flying low over march reeds
A ringneck duck flies over Anchorage's Potter Marsh on a late September day prior to fall migration. Part of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge managed by the State of Alaska Department of Fish

Background imagePop art gallery Collection: Img 3959

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