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Choose from 3,111 pictures in our Lithographs 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.


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Christ showing his Sacred Heart. Colour lithograph Featured Lithographs Print

Christ showing his Sacred Heart. Colour lithograph

S. Cuore di GesA?, io confido in Voi. Indulgenza di 300 giorni ogni volta, a plenaria una volta al mesc. (Pio X, 5 Giugno 1906). Ricordi delle Sante Missioni predicate in S. Petronio dal 12 Agosto al 4 Settembre 1927 come immediata preparazione al IX congresio Encaristico Nazionale. ...
Bears number on bottom left : 191.
Lettering continues on verso

© Wellcome Collection

A woman laughing. Lithograph by Simonau, 1822, after Le Brun Featured Lithographs Print

A woman laughing. Lithograph by Simonau, 1822, after Le Brun

Laughter. Laughter, which is produced by joy mix'd with surprise, makes the eye-brows rise towards the middle of the eye and bend down towards the sides of the nose; the eyes are almost shut and sometimes appear wet, or shed tears, which make no alteration in the face; ...
Bears number: 9.
Lettering continues: "the mouth have open, shews the teeth; the corners of the mouth drawn back, cause a wrinkle in the cheeks, which appears so swell'd as to hide the eyes in some measure; the nostrils are open, and all the face is of a red colour. P.S."

© Wellcome Collection / Charles Le Brun

A cart laden with casualties of the French Revolution of 1848 is driven past The Featured Lithographs Print

A cart laden with casualties of the French Revolution of 1848 is driven past The

Scene near the National. Time-Night. The bodies of those who had just been destroyed before the Hotel des Affaires Etrangeres, arrive in a cart, accompanied with a dense mass of the populace bearing torches, who chant in a mournful tone of voice "Mourir la patrie". Stopping and pointing to the mangled remains of their comrades, terrifically shriek aloud for vengeance

© Wellcome Collection