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Canoe Gallery

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Choose from 819 pictures in our Canoe 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.


Canoes, Wickstead Park (oil on canvas) Featured Print

Canoes, Wickstead Park (oil on canvas)

ANA186718 Canoes, Wickstead Park (oil on canvas) by Macara, Andrew ; 101.6x127 cm; Private Collection; English, in copyright
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Mary Henrietta Kingsley, traveller and writer Featured Print

Mary Henrietta Kingsley, traveller and writer

Mary Henrietta Kingsley, traveller and writer, in her canoe on the Ogooue (Ogowe) River in Gabon, West Central Africa, in 1896. She was the first woman to travel to Africa alone, though she distanced herself from the feminist movement

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1862, 1890s, 1896, 1900, Africa, African, Boat, Canoe, Central, Exploration, Explorer, Gabon, Henrietta, Historical, History, Independent, Kingsley, Mary, Natives, Ogooue, Ogowe, Pole, Poles, River, Rowing, Transport, Travel, Traveller, Victorian, Water, West, Woman, Women, Writer

Wright Model A aircraft flight, 1909 Featured Print

Wright Model A aircraft flight, 1909

Wright Model A aircraft flight, 1909. US aviation pioneer Wilbur Wright (1867-1912) taking off in a Wright Model A, one of several aircraft built by him and his brother Orville Wright (1871-1948). This flight was one of two that took place on 29 September 1909. On one of the flights, Wilbur piloted the aircraft over New York Harbour and around the Statue of Liberty, seen by millions in a flight lasting less than five minutes. It was part of a celebration of 300 years of New York history. A canoe (seen here) was attached to the aircraft in case of a water landing. This photograph is from the Bain News Service, one of the USA's earliest news picture libraries

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