Skip to main content
sales@mediastorehouse.co.uk
Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Hunt Gallery

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

Choose from 855 pictures in our Hunt 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.


World Cup Winners 1966 - England Team With World Cup Featured Print

World Cup Winners 1966 - England Team With World Cup

The England football team before their international match against Czechoslovakia at Wembley. *Back row (l-r): Harold Shepherdson, Nobby Stiles, Roger Hunt, Gordon Banks, Jack Charlton, George Cohen, Ray Wilson and Alf Ramsay (manager). Front row (l-r): Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore, Alan Ball and Bobby Charlton. *07/03/2000: The Queen was today (7th March 2000) honouring the five forgotten heroes of the 1966 World Cup-winning team. More than 30 years after helping England beat West Germany in the final at Wembley, Alan Ball, George Cohen, Roger Hunt, Nobby Stiles and Ray Wilson will be receiving MBEs at an investiture at Buckingham Palace, central London.

© PA/EMPICS

Entertainment - 31st Annual Royal Film Performance - Joanna Lumley and Gareth Hunt - Odeon, Leicester Square, London Featured Print

Entertainment - 31st Annual Royal Film Performance - Joanna Lumley and Gareth Hunt - Odeon, Leicester Square, London

New Avengers stars Joanna Lumley and Gareth Hunt at the Odeon, Leicester Square to attend the 31st Annual Royal Film Performance in aid of the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund. Archive-pa179833-4

© PA/Press Association Images

Actress, Archive Pa179833 4, Archivenewscansaugust2013, Black, Bow, Dickie, Film, Gareth, Hair, Hunt, Jewellery, Joanna, Leicester, London, Lumley, Mono, Odeon, Performance, Pose, Printstoreok, Printstoreok1, Royal, Short, Smiling, Square, White

Lionfish on a reef Featured Print

Lionfish on a reef

Lionfish (Pterois volitans) hunting smaller fish on a coral reef. The lionfish is a predator, often hunting in groups. It uses its widespread fins to force prey, mostly smaller fish, into a crevice in coral or rocks, before sucking it into its mouth with a huge gulp. The spines in the fins contain a potent toxin, which deter predators and can deliver a very painful sting. The lionfish inhabits reefs in the tropical Indo-Pacific region, and in recent years has been sighted in the Caribbean, probably due to escapees from aquaria. It can reach about 38 centimetres in length. Photographed in the Egyptian Red Sea.

© GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY