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Choose from 45 pictures in our George du Maurier 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.


Trilby by Paul M Potter Featured George du Maurier Print

Trilby by Paul M Potter

Promotional Christmas card for Trilby by Paul M. Potter from George Du Mauriers novel (1894). First performed in England at the Theatre Royal, Manchester 7th September and Haymarket Theatre, 30th October 1895. Christmas card advertising the Haymarket production, as shown by the pun on Tree, (Herbert Beerbohm Tree) the actor manager, who played Svengali. He had seen the play in Boston in March 1895. Date: 1895

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Very Latest Craze; or, Overdoing it, 1883 (engraving) Featured George du Maurier Print

The Very Latest Craze; or, Overdoing it, 1883 (engraving)

XJF3037905 The Very Latest Craze; or, Overdoing it, 1883 (engraving) by Du Maurier, George (1834-96); Private Collection; (add.info.: 'Lord Archibald is going to take us to a dear little slum he's found near the Minories - such a fearful place! Fourteen poor Things sleeping in One Bed, and no Window! - And the Mackintoshes are to keep out infection, you know, and hide one's Diamonds, and all that!'
Punch 22nd December 1883); English, out of copyright

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A man and woman stand talking together in the middle of the room as other couples Featured George du Maurier Print

A man and woman stand talking together in the middle of the room as other couples

Hostess: "Won't you play us something, Mr. Spinks?" Musical amateur (who thinks a good deal of himself, in spite of his modesty): "Oh, don't ask me - you're all such first rate performers here - and you play such good music too!" Hostess: "Well - but we like a little variety, you know!" ; Drawn by George Du Maurier

© Wellcome Collection / George Louis Palmella Busson Du Maurier