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Close Up Gallery

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Choose from 824 pictures in our Close Up collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Britain-Stamp-Queen Elizabeth II-Gas Mask Featured Print

Britain-Stamp-Queen Elizabeth II-Gas Mask

Former leader of the rock band KLF James Cauty has produced a poster mimicking a British stamp with Queen Elizabeth II wearing a gas mask which is on display at an art gallery in Brighton 04 June 2003. The artist created the work in response to the war against Iraq. The Royal Mail is threatening to sue the gallery claiming that it is a breach of its Copyright on stamps and the Queen's profile image, and has asked the gallery to remove the poster. / AFP PHOTO / JAMES CAUTY

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France-Cinema-Cannes-Troy-Pitt Featured Print

France-Cinema-Cannes-Troy-Pitt

US actor Brad Pitt poses during a photo call for their film "Troy", 13 May 2004, at the 57th Cannes Film Festival in the French Riveria Town. Troy is being shown out of competition. AFP PHOTO/FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS GUILLOT

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Knight's scarlet fleshed Strawberry Featured Print

Knight's scarlet fleshed Strawberry

Watercolour on paper by Augusta Innes Withers of Knight's scarlet fleshed Strawberry. This is taken from one of ten volumes known as 'Hooker's Fruits' commissioned by the RHS to help standardise the nomenclature of cultivated fruit. After William Hooker suffered a stroke Withers was one of several artists appointed to complete the paintings. Withers was flower painter to Queen Adelaide and Queen Victoria as well as illustrating works by John Lindley and James Bateman. This painting is dated 1825.