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Sadly Gallery

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Choose from 85 pictures in our Sadly collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Possession is nine points of the law by Louis Wain Featured Print

Possession is nine points of the law by Louis Wain

Illustration by Louis Wain showing a cat occupying a cast-off saucepan or cooking pot during snowy weather. A selection of birds, including a magpie and a blue tit bemusedly face the cat. Wain was able to turn his hand to drawing a wide variety of animals prior to the fame he achieved with his feline creations. Sadly his growing obsession with cats turned to insanity and he died penniless in a mental asylum in 1939

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10217208

Synagogue Temple Beth-El, 5th Avenue, New York Featured Print

Synagogue Temple Beth-El, 5th Avenue, New York

Built in 1891 by architect Arnold Brunner in Indiana lime stone to cater for the large Jewish community living in New York . The Jewish community thrived since its first settlers arrived in 1654 during the Dutch period. Located at the point of 5th avenues meeting with 76th street this stunning building was sadly demolished in 1929 to make way for an apartment house. Date: 1902

© Kye Elliott / Mary Evans Picture Library

Portrait of Louis Wain Featured Print

Portrait of Louis Wain

Portrait of Louis Wain taken from an advertisement for Phosferine, a tonic medicine, featuring Louis Wain, the famous cat artist. Wain testifies that the tonic, ...is a good pick-me-up, improves one's appetite and possesses very striking invigorating properties'. Wain was able to turn his hand to drawing a wide variety of animals prior to the fame he achieved with his feline creations. Sadly his growing obsession with cats turned to insanity and he died penniless in a mental asylum in 1939.
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© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans