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Burns Gallery

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

Choose from 463 pictures in our Burns collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Genius of Poetry Finding Burns at the Plough, 1840. Artist: John Rogers Featured Print

The Genius of Poetry Finding Burns at the Plough, 1840. Artist: John Rogers

The Genius of Poetry Finding Burns at the Plough, 1840. Robert Burns, Scottish poet. Burns (1759-1796) was a pioneer of the Romantic movement. From The Complete Works of Robert Burns, illustrated by W. H. Bartlett, T. Allom, and other artists. [George Virtue, London, 1840]

© The Print Collector

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Chuck Berry on Stage Featured Print

Chuck Berry on Stage

Chuck Berry was a founding father of rock & roll music; one of its greatest singers, songwriters and performers, without whom popular music would be very different. Seen here on stage at the Penwith Rock Concert, Penzance, Cornwall

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

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James Polkinghorne, the Cornish Wrestler, Artist Unknown Featured Print

James Polkinghorne, the Cornish Wrestler, Artist Unknown

Oil on canvas, English School, 19th century. In the 15th century, wrestling was the national sport of Cornwall and historical sources have written that, at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, Cornish men fought under a banner depicting two wrestlers in a lock. James Polkinghorne (1788-1854) was one of Cornwall's greatest wrestlers and his best known match, against Abraham Cann of Colebrooke in Devon, happened on 23rd October 1826 and attracted over 10,000 spectators. Though the fight finished a draw, it was not without drama and Cann's biographer relates the match in detail, noting the different Cornish and Devon styles of wrestling. The fight became so famous that a folk song was written about the event. As a Cornish wrestler, Polkinghorne was known as a hugger who fought barefoot, whereas his adversary dressed in the traditional Devon style, with heavy boots soaked in bullock's blood