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Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police



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Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police

Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police. Cat with Votes for Women sign around its neck proclaims, I m a catty suffragette, I scratch and fight the P lice, so long as they withhold the vote, my warfare will not cease. Date: circa 1909

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Media ID 14161756

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Fight Lice Neck Proclaims Scratch Suffrage Suffragette Suffragettes Vote Votes Warfare Cease Rights


A2 Premium Frame with A3 Poster

Introducing the captivating "Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police" Framed Print from Media Storehouse. This unique piece of art is brought to you in collaboration with Mary Evans Prints Online and is a powerful statement of the suffragette movement's enduring spirit. The print showcases a determined feline donning a "Votes for Women" sign around its neck, declaring, "I'm a catty suffragette, I scratch and fight the Police." This playful yet poignant image encapsulates the courage and resilience of the suffragettes, who fought tirelessly for women's right to vote. Add this captivating framed print to your home or office to inspire and ignite conversations about the importance of equality and the legacy of the suffragette movement. With its high-quality print and elegant frame, this piece is not just a beautiful addition to your space but also a testament to the power of perseverance and change.

Premium Paradise Wooden Range A2 Premium Poster Frame (62x45cm) with A3 Poster (42x30cm) and mounted behind a white matt board to make your photo really stand out. FSC Certified and Rainforest Alliance Certified for environmental, social, and economic sustainably. High transparency tempered glass window with a smooth finished frame. Great for filling empty walls, decorating blank spaces, or creating eye-catching gallery walls. Frames arrive ready to hang. Sent with secure, protective packaging. Smooth wooden veneer mimics the real wood look and feel with ultra-durable scratch resistance tempered glass.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 40.4cm x 40.4cm (15.9" x 15.9")

Estimated Product Size is 44.6cm x 62cm (17.6" x 24.4")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police

EDITORS COMMENTS
is an intriguing and thought-provoking image from the early days of the women's suffrage movement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This print depicts a bold and determined feline donning a "Votes for Women" sign around its neck, embodying the spirit and tenacity of the suffragettes who fought tirelessly for women's right to vote. The cat's fierce expression and claws raised in defense convey the intensity and resolve of the suffragette cause. The use of a cat as a symbol in this context is a clever play on words, as "catty" was a term used to describe a woman who was sly, shrewd, or manipulative. In this context, the catty suffragette is using her cunning and determination to scratch and fight against the "police" or opposition, refusing to back down until women's suffrage is achieved. The date of this image is estimated to be circa 1909, a pivotal time in the suffrage movement. The suffragettes employed various tactics to raise awareness and put pressure on the government to grant women the right to vote. Their protests often involved civil disobedience, including marches, demonstrations, and even violence. This print captures the spirit of resistance and determination that defined the suffragette movement, making it an important historical artifact. The "Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police" print is a powerful reminder of the courage and resilience of the suffragettes and the significant role they played in securing women's rights. It is a fascinating and unique representation of a pivotal moment in history, and a testament to the enduring power of symbolism and creativity in social and political movements.

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