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Outstanding woodcuts, including illustrations for the Kynoch Press's notebook and the Green Line bus service's Country Walks.
Published by railway companies between the 1920s and 1950s, these posters for places like Brighton and Blackpool are from the halcyon days of the day tripper.
Vibrant paintings by Peploe,Cadell, John Duncan Ferguson and Leslie Hunter, from the Glasgow Museums collections.
Whether advertising cough sweets or promoting night clubs, these fin de siecle posters include work by great artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec and Paul Berthon.
This set of reproductions includes works by Monet, John Singer Sergeant, Turner and Sir Henry Raeburn.
A selection of Mackintosh's profoundly influential work, including watercolours, interior designs and stained glass.
A 'strawberry moose', the little things that count and a site for sore eyes are among Milligan's characteristically surreal visual puns and cartoons.
Includes paintings from Klimt's 'golden period' and the powerful image of Hygieia from the lost Medicine ceiling painting.
The maps range from Waldseemuller's Universalis Cosmographia of 1507 to a 1950s map of mail steamship routes.
Alice and the Caterpillar and Lion, Jupiter and the Elephant from Aesop's Fables are among twelve illustrations by the great Arthur Rackham.
Something to grin about all year: from cross-channel swimming in January to Snap! in December, 12 drawings by the inimitable 'gadget king'.
The 2017 calendar features a new selection of Alfred Bestall's front covers and illustrations from Rupert annuals.
This selection of Mucha's luxuriant Art Nouveau images of women includes Ivy, Laurel and pictures from the Arts and Precious Stones series.
With snowy scenes for January and December, these 19th-century woodblock prints include landscapes with bridges and Mount Fuji by Hokusai and Hiroshige.
First appearing in 1945, Tove Jansson's illustrated tales of the Moomin family in Moominvalley are possibly Finland's best-loved export.
Drawn from the Tate collections, the reproductions include less well-known works such as Dog and pages from Bacon's sketchbooks.
Now in the Tate, these paintings from Turner's travels in Italy include Venice: The Bridge of Sighs and Tivoli: Tobias and the Angel.
This selection includes some of the most famous works Pre-Raphaelite works, notably Ophelia and Mariana, now in the Tate collections.
Now in the V&A, these wallpapers were originally created for Morris & Co by John Henry Dearle and Morris himself.
Including wallpaper designed for St James's Palace, these patterns for fabrics and wall-coverings represent the finest of Arts and Crafts design.
Now in the Imperial War Museum, Ravilious's watercolours date from 1940-42 and include Warship in Dock and Spitfires in Runway Perspective.
Drawn from The Lowry collection in Manchester, this is a varied collection of paintings and drawings from every phase of Lowry's career.