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Images Dated 20th January 2006

Choose from 96 pictures in our Images Dated 20th January 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The House at Rueil, 1882 (oil on canvas) Featured 20 Jan 2006 Print

The House at Rueil, 1882 (oil on canvas)

NGV114870 The House at Rueil, 1882 (oil on canvas) by Manet, Edouard (1832-83); 92.8x73.5 cm; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; French, out of copyright.
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Archibald Alison, Scottish didactic and philosophical writer, c1880. Artist: DJ Pound Featured 20 Jan 2006 Print

Archibald Alison, Scottish didactic and philosophical writer, c1880. Artist: DJ Pound

Archibald Alison, Scottish didactic and philosophical writer, c1880. Portrait of Alison (1757-1839), social critic, criminal lawyer, and sheriff of Lanarkshire, published in a supplement to the Illustrated News of the World, London

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The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century.Artist: Johann Poppei Featured 20 Jan 2006 Print

The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century.Artist: Johann Poppei

The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century. The only remaining city gate of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate was commissioned by Frederick William II of Prussia. Built by Carl Gotthard Langhans between 1789 and 1793, it was modelled on the propylaeum, the entrance to the Acropolis in Athens. Topped by a Quadriga of Victory, a chariot drawn by four horses, the gate stands at the western end of the Unter den Linden. The partition of Berlin and the building of the Berlin Wall meant that the gate was inaccessible to East and West Germans from 1961-1989

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