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Pupil Gallery

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

Choose from 357 pictures in our Pupil 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.


SCHOOLBOY, 1938. Children studying in an elementary school classroom for migrant Featured Print

SCHOOLBOY, 1938. Children studying in an elementary school classroom for migrant

SCHOOLBOY, 1938.
Children studying in an elementary school classroom for migrant workers at Southeast Missouri Farms, New Madrid County, Missouri. Photograph by Russell Lee, August 1938.

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DANCERS, 20th CENTURY. Japanese dancer and chroreographer Michio Ito (right), with Featured Print

DANCERS, 20th CENTURY. Japanese dancer and chroreographer Michio Ito (right), with

DANCERS, 20th CENTURY.
Japanese dancer and chroreographer Michio Ito (right), with his students Anita Enters (left) and Helen Cutter, in a rendition of Tchaikovsky's 'Andante Cantabile' at the Building of the Arts in Bar Harbor, Maine, 1920s.

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MASTER AND PUPILS, c1481. Woodcut from the earliest illustrated book printed in England Featured Print

MASTER AND PUPILS, c1481. Woodcut from the earliest illustrated book printed in England

MASTER AND PUPILS, c1481.
Woodcut from the earliest illustrated book printed in England, the 'Mirrour of the World,' William Caxton's version of the famous 'Speculum Historiale' of Vincent de Beauvais, issued about 1481.

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