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January Gallery

Choose from 50 pictures in our January collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Nightcap By Ferdinand Gotz Featured January Print

The Nightcap By Ferdinand Gotz

The Nightcap By Ferdinand Gotz, 1874-1936, German, Alcoholic Beverage Before Going To Bed. Glass, Bottle, Man, Servant, Butler, Relaxtation, Liquid, Alcohol, Food And Drink, Liszt Gourmet Archive, Elegance, Liquor, Cartoon, Coat, Hat, Umbrella, Interior, 1900, Table, Chair

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1874 1936, 1900, Alcohol, Alcoholic, Arkheia, Arts, Bed, Beverage, Bottle, Butler, Cartoon, Chair, Coat, Culture, Drink, Elegance, Engraved Image, Engravement, Ferdinand, Food, German, Glass, Gotz, Hat, Historic Art, History, Illustrative Technique, Interior, Liquid, Liquor, Liszt Gourmet Archive, Man, Nightcap, Relaxtation, Retro, Retro Styled, Servant, Table, Umbrella, Vintage

Halftone of god Odin looking for wisdom Featured January Print

Halftone of god Odin looking for wisdom

Odin or Wotan. One of principal gods of Norse mythology. God of War. Here he seeks wisdom to make him all - powerful. For this he sacrifices one eye. With him are the ravens Huggin (Thought) and Muninn (Memory). Halftone c1900

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20th Century, Animal Themes, Bird, Cape, Confidence, Full Length, Halftone, Helmet, Holding, Huggin, Human Representation, Ideas, Knowledge, Male Likeness, Military Uniform, Muninn, Mythology, No People, Norse Mythology, Odin, Pride, Raven, Religion, Sacrifice, Scandinavian Culture, Sitting, Spear, Standing, Tree, Wisdom, Wolf, Wotan

Werner Magnus M. Freihier von Braun (1912 - 1977) Featured January Print

Werner Magnus M. Freihier von Braun (1912 - 1977)

Werner Magnus Maximilian Freihier von Braun (1912 - 1977) German scientist involved in his country's rocket programme. After the Second World War he took US nationality. He became Director of NASA and is regarded as the father of the US space programme. Von Braun in 1960 when Director of the Marshall Space Flight Centre, in discussion with Dr Helmut Hoelzer and Dr Eberhard Rees, his deputy

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