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Rush Gallery

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

Choose from 532 pictures in our Rush 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.

Suffragette Campaign Muriel Matters Pankhurst Featured Print

Suffragette Campaign Muriel Matters Pankhurst

Suffragette Campaign Muriel Matters Pankhurst. The campaign of the suffragettes in October 1908, including demonstration in Trafalgar Square, the trial of Mrs. Pankhurst over the Rush to the House of Commons and Muriel Matters chaining herself to the Grille in the House of Commons. Date: 1908

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

1908, Campaign, Chaining, Commons, Demonstration, Grille, Historical, History, House, Including, Matters, Mrs, Muriel, October, Pankhurst, Rights, Rush, Square, Suffrage, Suffragette, Suffragettes, Trafalgar, Trial, Womens

The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman Featured Print

The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman

Illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a buxom, matronly singer hitting a high note in the Albert Hall. Her voice is so loud (or bad?!) that chairs have fallen over and the audience can be seen disappearing through the exit doors. Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander. His efficient, bold style depicting social faux-pas was ground breaking for its time and his work is a brilliant reflection of the period

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Mental patient strapped into a restraining chair Featured Print

Mental patient strapped into a restraining chair

Restraining chair. Engraving of a mentalpatient strapped into a restraining chair whichprevents movement. The patient has a device on hishead to restrict that part of his body. The chairhas a bucket attached to the underside to catchthe patient's excreta. Image of the "tranquilizingchair" of 1811 which was designed by Americandoctor Benjamin Rush (1745-1813). An influentialphysician, Rush tried to establish humaneconditions for the treatment of the insane and isknown as the "father of American psychiatry".However, he also believed that insanity could becured by bleeding and purging the patient

© National Library Of Medicine/Science Photo Library