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Raising Gallery

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

Choose from 753 pictures in our Raising 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.

Sopwith 2F.1 Camel N7366 Featured Print

Sopwith 2F.1 Camel N7366

RNAS - Fleet Air Arm Sopwith 2F.1 Camel N7366 being started prior to flight.This photo of a Ships Camel shows the lack of hump, compared to the F.1 Camel as well as an unusual underriage strut arrangement, with the normal undercarriage attached to a cradle, effectively raising the fuselage. (N7366 was one of a batch built by Arrol, Johnston) Date: circa 1920

© (c) The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

'USS Maine', 1911. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

'USS Maine', 1911. Artist: Unknown

'USS Maine', 1911. The USS 'Maine', a pre-dreadnought battleship, exploded and sank in Havana harbour, Cuba, on 15 February 1898, with the loss of 274 of her crew. The ship had been deployed to Cuba to protect American interests during a popular uprising against Spanish colonial rule on the island. Popular opinion in the United States was outraged by the sinking, which was blamed on a Spanish mine. A cofferdam was built around the wreck and water was pumped out, exposing the wreck by late 1911 to allow a second court of inquiry to inspect the damage and ascertain a cause for the sinking.The intact portion of the hull of the Maine was eventually refloated and ceremoniously scuttled at sea on 16 March 1912.

© The Print Collector

Whale in Love art installation, Love River, Kaohsiung, Taiwan Featured Print

Whale in Love art installation, Love River, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Whale in Love ecological art installation in the Love River, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

An art installation designed by Jason Klimoski of Studio KCA from the USA. It is situated on the south side of Qixian Bridge in Kaohsiung's Love River in Taiwan. The whale is 7 storeys tall and is made of 15 tons of household plastic from Kaohsiung's recycled waste, and is designed to raise awareness of ocean conservation and the huge amount of plastic that pollutes the seas. Built over the last few weeks, the installation was completed and launched on 21st January and will remain in place for the 2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival until 31st March 2020. Beach cleaning, guided tours, DIY classes and public speeches will take place during this time.

© Paul Brown