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H.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection

Bring a smile to any occasion with the H.M. Bateman collection of greeting cards from Media Storehouse. These charming cards, filled with the wit and whimsy of renowned British cartoonist H.M. Bateman, are the perfect way to add a touch of humor to your correspondence. With a wide range of designs to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect card for any friend or family member. Whether it's for a birthday, anniversary, or just because, these cards are sure to bring a smile to their face. So why wait? Browse the collection today and make your next card-giving moment one to remember.

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Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Favourite Wins by H. M. Bateman

The Favourite Wins by H. M. Bateman
Humorous illustration by H.M. Bateman showing a reversal of roles. A group of jockeys in different coloured silks sprint for the finishing post while excitable horses in the stands cheer on the winner

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Underwriter Who Missed The Total Loss, by H. M. Bateman

The Underwriter Who Missed The Total Loss, by H. M. Bateman
The inside of Lloyds and the Lutine bell, which is rung to announce a total loss, one stroke for bad news and two for good. Date: 1933

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Gun Who Picked up his Bird by H. M. Bateman

The Gun Who Picked up his Bird by H. M. Bateman
Etiquette gone awry during a shoot when one man retrieves his own bird rather than allowing the gundogs to do so. The result is an utterly incensed gundog

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Jurisprudence by H. M. Bateman

Jurisprudence by H. M. Bateman is an humorous illustration of a Judge sitting in the courtroom balancing a feather or quill on his nose

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Car That Touched a Policeman by H. M. Bateman

The Car That Touched a Policeman by H. M. Bateman
An entire queue of traffic, as well as pedestrians stop and look on in horror as a couple driving a small, yellow car accidentally bump an incandescently irate policeman in the middle of the road

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Beagling by H. M. Bateman

Beagling by H. M. Bateman
Humorous illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a number of fashionably dressed society folk following foxhounds round in a circle in a ploughed, muddy field. Date: 1930

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Shop Assistant who Lost his Temper by H. M. Bateman

The Shop Assistant who Lost his Temper by H. M. Bateman
A shop assistant finally loses the plot after bringing out roll upon roll of material for a demanding customer to choose from. 1929

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Gentleman Who Asked the Carver - H. M. Bateman

The Gentleman Who Asked the Carver - H. M. Bateman
The Gentleman who asked the carver at Simpson s-in-the-Strand whether the meat was English or foreign. A curious and innocent question from a diner at the famous English restaurant causing more than

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Someone Drops a Sixpence Near Somerset House - HM Bateman

Someone Drops a Sixpence Near Somerset House - HM Bateman
H.M. Bateman had a particular loathing for the taxman as exemplified in this cartoon showing the inhabitants of Somerset House (then the home of the Inland Revenue)

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Man Who Broke 60 in The Open - H. M. Bateman

The Man Who Broke 60 in The Open - H. M. Bateman
Golfers and spectators alike suffer heat exhaustion at the golf Open. Date: 1950

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Cause & Effect - dentist cartoon by H. M. Bateman

Cause & Effect - dentist cartoon by H. M. Bateman
Cause and Effect - or, how two moods can change places. A dental patient enters a surgery clearly terrified at what lies ahead of him, but such is his struggle

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: A Little Impression by H. M. Bateman

A Little Impression by H. M. Bateman
Someone elses table - a little impression, by H. M. Bateman. A game of billiards descends into raucous laughter as one player accidentally rips a hole in the green baize. Date: 1918

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Income Tax Official in Hades by H. M. Bateman

The Income Tax Official in Hades by H. M. Bateman
A tax man from the Inland Revenue suffering his worst nightmare - locked in a cage suspended over a pile of cheques and money he cannot reach. Cartoon by H. M

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish

WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish
WW2 poster, The worker who left the lights on -- Don t be fuel-ish. Wasted electricity means less fuel to make the weapons we need for victory

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Scotsman Who Gave His Opponent That, by H. M. Bateman

The Scotsman Who Gave His Opponent That, by H. M. Bateman
A humorous golfing illustration Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Rules of Life by H. M. Bateman

The Rules of Life by H. M. Bateman
A baby in a highchair is presented with a long list of rules for life by a queue of influential people including his nurse, his parents, teacher, police officer, judge and vicar. Date: 1930

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Santa caught by the tax inspector by H. M. Bateman

Santa caught by the tax inspector by H. M. Bateman
A rather surprised looking Father Christmas, who has arrived at the house of a tax inspector to innocently deliver toys on Christmas Eve, finds himself caught by a vigilant tax inspector. H.M

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The man who drank the bands champagne by H. M. Bateman

The man who drank the bands champagne by H. M. Bateman
Illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a man in evening dress quaffing a glass of champagne watched by an astonished orchestra

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - Bateman

The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - Bateman
The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - H M Bateman. This illustration shows an arrogant man who has defied etiquette by lighting his cigar before the correct course of dinner

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: A Subtle Competition by H. M. Bateman, golfing fashion

A Subtle Competition by H. M. Bateman, golfing fashion
Cartoon by the master of social satire, H. M. Bateman showing two men in competition to wear a series of increasingly outrageous golf outfits

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Divotee, H. M. Bateman

The Divotee, H. M. Bateman
Humorous illustration showing the results after a rather untalented golfer has tried to tee off

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Girl who ordered a glass of milk at the Cafe Royal

The Girl who ordered a glass of milk at the Cafe Royal
Illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a blushing young woman regretting her decision to order a glass of milk in Londons fashionable Cafe Royal because of the laughter

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman

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)

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Mental Cruelty by H. M. Bateman

Mental Cruelty by H. M. Bateman
A banks customer struggles to control his reactions at seeing piles of money being handled by the staff behind the counter

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Admission by H. M. Bateman

The Admission by H. M. Bateman
A courtroom erupts into laughter as a defendant in a witness box admits the truth. Date: 1931

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The New Word in Golf by H. M. Bateman

The New Word in Golf by H. M. Bateman
H. M. Bateman at his explosive best with this cartoon of an irate elderly golfer who fills the air with Anglo-Saxon expletives in frustration at his golf game

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Sporting with Winter Sports by H. M. Bateman - ski-ing

Sporting with Winter Sports by H. M. Bateman - ski-ing
Ski-ing high jinks according to H. M. Bateman in his series of cartoons on winter sports. Date: 1912

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Man Who Broke The Tube by H M Bateman

The Man Who Broke The Tube by H M Bateman, a man who does not heed the instructions on the glue. He brakes the tube, glues himself to the table, then his wife

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Reprisal! by H M Bateman

Reprisal! by H M Bateman - humorous illustration of what can happen if a woman decides to wear trousers. In this scene the reprisal for the wife wearing trousers is that her husband has taken to

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Visitors Who Told the Master Off by H. M. Bateman

The Visitors Who Told the Master Off by H. M. Bateman
Cartoon by the master of social satire, H. M. Bateman, showing a somewhat arrogant visitor to a hunt lecture the Master of Foxhounds much to the shock of other members. Date: 1936

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The man Who Begged to Differ from his Mother-in-Law Bateman

The man Who Begged to Differ from his Mother-in-Law Bateman
The man Who Begged to Differ from his Mother-in-Law by Bateman. A terrified, small man cowering in a chair after disagreeing with his imperious looking mother in law

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Parents Who Came By Charabanc by H. M. Bateman

The Parents Who Came By Charabanc by H. M. Bateman
A young Etonian school boy is aghast to find that his parents decide to travel to the Fourth of June celebrations in a charabanc along with a motley selection of ordinary folk. Date: 1933

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: One Kind of Picnic - Another by H. M. Bateman 2 of 2

One Kind of Picnic - Another by H. M. Bateman 2 of 2
A group attempt a countryside picnic but are beset with problems ranging from angry wasps to an irate landowner. The picture is in direct contrast to a companion picture to this

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: A Dip into the Bath Club by H. M. Bateman

A Dip into the Bath Club by H. M. Bateman
Humorous colour illustration by H.M. Bateman showing a group of men unashamedly standing around in their swimming trunks enjoying conversation at the Bath Club

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Scotsman who had his moneys worth

The Scotsman who had his moneys worth
Humorous illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a rotund and satisfied Scottish man sitting at a restaurant table, having managed to eat everything on the set price lunch menu while a waiter removes a

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Late Arrivals by H. M. Bateman

Late Arrivals by H. M. Bateman
Late arrivals at the theatre annoy everyone by laughing at the show and blocking the view of those who took their seats in good time in the process! Date: 1924

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Art philistines by H. M. Bateman

Art philistines by H. M. Bateman
" Excuse me, sir, but if you like you can come and paint our cottage - the roses are looking lovely now." A modern artist looks infuriated at the suggestion he might paint something pretty

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Good Egg by H. M. Bateman

Good Egg by H. M. Bateman
An un-ovoid-able Easter Spheroddity by H. M. Bateman. Date: 1923

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Cocktail King

The Cocktail King
A suave and self-satisfied man in a dinner jacket stands in front of a vast array of bottles on a dresser. Date: 1922

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Horse That Took The Wrong Turning- At Epsom, by H. M. B

Horse That Took The Wrong Turning- At Epsom, by H. M. B
Maverick horse galloping the opposite direction to the rest of the race. Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Angler Who Caught Something by H. M. Bateman

The Angler Who Caught Something by H. M. Bateman
An amateur angler causes consternation among more serious fishing enthusiasts by catching a miniscule minnow. Cartoon in The Tatler by H. M. Bateman whose pictures poked fun at polite society

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Grand Idea, by H. M. Bateman

The Grand Idea, by H. M. Bateman
A humorous illustration showing the commotion caused by a jockey jumping through a hedge at Aintree rather than over it. Bateman (1887-1970)

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Business-Like by H. M. Bateman

Business-Like by H. M. Bateman
Enthusiastic Member: There, see what magnificent scenery we have to play here! Scotch visitor: Tae hell wi the scenery! Whaurs the furrst tee? Date: 1927

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Very Well Meant by H. M. Bateman

Very Well Meant by H. M. Bateman
A well-meaning tourist offers a carrot to the horse of a Guard standing in its traditional sentry post in Whitehall, London, much to the horses astonishment. Not the done thing

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Jealousy by H. M. Bateman

Jealousy by H. M. Bateman
A dental patient sits prone in a the dentists chair with his mouth wide open while his dentist is momentarily distracted by the sight of workmen with much bigger drills across the road

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: The Man Who Bid Half-A-Guinea At Tattersall s, by H. M. Bat

The Man Who Bid Half-A-Guinea At Tattersall s, by H. M. Bat
A humorous illustration showing a man who has caused havoc at the races. Bateman (1887-1970) was a popular artist and regularly contributed to the Sketch, the Tatler and the Bystander

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Tooth and Flail by H. M. Bateman

Tooth and Flail by H. M. Bateman
The Crisis - Tattenham Corner. Horses and riders each furiously rounding the bend at Tattenham Corner on Epsom racecourse as envisaged by the cartoonist, H. M. Bateman. Date: 1927

Background imageH.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection: Do you want some? By H. M. Bateman

Do you want some? By H. M. Bateman
" Do you want some? Innoculating a pessimist with Merry Christmas bacilli." This cartoon mentions the recent discovery of Reading Bacillus by Leonard Joyce as a new way of healing wounds



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H.M. Bateman Greetings Card Collection

H.M. Bateman was a British cartoonist and humorist who gained popularity in the early 20th century for his satirical illustrations of everyday life. His distinctive style often featured exaggerated characters with elongated limbs and facial expressions that captured the absurdity of human behavior. Bateman's work appeared in numerous publications, including Punch magazine, where he became a regular contributor. He also published several books featuring his cartoons, which were widely popular among readers. Despite facing criticism from some quarters for his irreverent approach to social commentary, H.M. Bateman remains one of Britain's most celebrated humorists of the modern era.
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The H.M. Bateman collection from Media Storehouse is a humorous and entertaining selection of wall art and framed prints that showcase the work of one of Britain's most celebrated cartoonists. Harry Bateman, who was known for his unique style of caricature, created cartoons that were published in magazines such as Punch and The Tatler during the early 20th century. Our collection features a range of witty illustrations that capture everyday situations with a satirical twist. From comical depictions of social gatherings to amusing portrayals of office life, each piece offers a glimpse into the humorously absurd world imagined by Bateman. These high-quality prints are perfect for adding character to any room or space, whether it be at home or in an office setting. With their timeless appeal and enduring popularity, the H.M. Bateman collection is sure to delight anyone looking for a touch of lightheartedness in their decor.
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H.M. Bateman was a British cartoonist and artist who gained popularity in the early 20th century for his humorous illustrations. His art prints often depicted exaggerated and absurd situations, poking fun at societal norms and human behavior. These prints were widely published in newspapers and magazines of the time, making him a household name. Today, H.M. Bateman's artwork is still highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike. We offer a range of high-quality art prints featuring his work, allowing fans to enjoy his unique brand of humor in their own homes or offices. These prints are available in various sizes and formats, including framed or unframed options to suit individual preferences. Whether you're looking for a conversation starter for your living room or an eye-catching piece for your workspace, H.M. Bateman's humor-filled art prints are sure to delight all who see them.
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