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Savile Gallery

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

Choose from 40 pictures in our Savile 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.


Extraordinary exhibition of Scapiglione Featured Print

Extraordinary exhibition of Scapiglione

Advertising flyer for an Extraordinary Exhibition at the Saville House, Leicester Square, every day from Ten o'Clock till One, and from Two till Ten. Scapiglione. The name of SCAPIGLIONE is given to him from the extraordinary HEAD OF HAIR which is Four Feet and a Half in circumference from each angle, and of the wonderful arrangement of the same. He is possessed of the most robust temperament and advantageous form of body and most proportionate; his athletic muscular and high and majestic stature; his full and fine countenance, and his decorus and elegant demeanour. The organ of his voice is extraordinary, and he will give a proof of his great talent. Front seats, 6d. Back do. 3d. Printed by T Birt, Bloomsbury.
Early 19th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library

WW1 - What did you do in the Great War, Daddy? Featured Print

WW1 - What did you do in the Great War, Daddy?

Child: "And is the War really over, Daddy? Father: "Practically, My Boy." Child: "Then may I ask you a question about it which I couldn't ask till it WAS over?" Father: "Certainly, My Son." Child: " Well, what I want to know is, what DID you do in the Great War, Daddy?" Satirical skit on the famous war recruitment poster: "Daddy, what did You do in the Great War?" after Savile Lumley, published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee. Date: 1919

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Miss Elizabeth Stephenson, afterwards Countess of Mexborough, late 18th century (1894). Artist: William Dickinson Featured Print

Miss Elizabeth Stephenson, afterwards Countess of Mexborough, late 18th century (1894). Artist: William Dickinson

Miss Elizabeth Stephenson, afterwards Countess of Mexborough, late 18th century (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose, at the Opening of the New Library and Museum of the Corporation of London, November 1872, Vol. II. [Marcus Ward & Co, Limited, London, 1894]

© The Print Collector