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Chair Gallery

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Choose from 947 pictures in our Chair 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.

Hairdressing - Musical Barber - Scarborough Featured Print

Hairdressing - Musical Barber - Scarborough

Barber Fred Walker, 21, clips a customer's hair to saxophone accompaniment at his salon in Dean Road, Scarborough. The jazz fan often attracts professional musicians to his shop and spends time practising on his tenor sax when trade is slow. Directly behind him is his music tutor Alan Walker (no relation)

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Queen Elizabeth II & the Duke of Edinburgh in Bury St Edmunds Featured Print

Queen Elizabeth II & the Duke of Edinburgh in Bury St Edmunds

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh chat while seated during a musical performance in the Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds during her Golden Jubilee visit to Suffolk. *09/10/03: The Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, was launching a set of revamped train carriages in a visit to London's Kings Cross Station. Great North Eastern Railway has invested 30 million in the refit of all 302 passenger car interiors in their electric 225 fleet. Extra legroom for passengers in standard accommodation, seats with better back support, fresh coffee-making facilities and electric power sockets for laptops are among the improvements


A Scene From Evangeline Featured Print

A Scene From Evangeline

A scene of Acadians (French settlers of the Canadian Maritime Provinces) as they dance and frolic to a fiddler's tune while a clergyman looks on in an illustration (after F.O.C. Darley) of a scene from an edition of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem Evangeline, a Tale of Acadie, published in 1893. The poem, which recounts the expulsion of the Acadians from the Maritimes after the Seven Years War, was first published in 1847 and while Longfellow had no connections to the Acadians his poem became a part of their collective culture. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

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