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Choose from 125 pictures in our Woman 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.


Aboriginal Flag Mural, Sydney Featured Print

Aboriginal Flag Mural, Sydney

A mural of the Aboriginal flag featuring the rising sun and the ochre earth adorns a wall in Sydney 07 April as Australia prepares for a race election between July and October. Australian Prime Minister John Howard has threatened an early poll if the Senate refuses to pass his controversial Native Title legislation which would limit the rights of Australia's 386, 000 Aborigines. AFP PHOTO/Torsten BLACKWOOD / AFP PHOTO / TORSTEN BLACKWOOD

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Marie Curie-Skolodowska with Pierre Curie Featured Print

Marie Curie-Skolodowska with Pierre Curie

Undated picture showing Marie Curie-Skolodowska with Pierre Curie, working in their laboratory in Paris. Marie Curie and her husband, the French physicist, Pierre Curie, were the discoverers of radium and won the Nobel prize for physics in 1903. Pierre Curie was born in Paris 15 May 1859 and his most important contributions to physics was the discovery that the magnetic properties of substances change at certain temperature, known as the "Curie point." He became known for his work on radioactivity carried out jointly with his wife Marja (Marie) Sklodowska (born in Warsaw 07 November 1867) whom he married in 1895. On 18 July 1898, they announced the discovery of two new elements in the mineral uranium, polonium and radium. The work of the Curie couple laid the foundation for much of the later research in nuclear physics and chemistry. Marie Curie was the first person to receive two Nobel prizes when she was awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry in 1911. / AFP PHOTO / -

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French actors Simone Signoret and her husband Yves Montand Chat with American Star Marilyn Monroe Featured Print

French actors Simone Signoret and her husband Yves Montand Chat with American Star Marilyn Monroe

French actors Simone Signoret (L) and her husband Yves Montand discuss with American star Marilyn Monroe 24 January 1960 in Hollywood where they come to play with Marilyn in George Cukor's "Let's Make Love" (Le Milliardaire). Marilyn Monroe one of the most famous US actress in the world, achieved celebrity with starring roles in three 1953 features, "Niagara", "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and "How to Marry a Millionaire" and later in "Bus Stop" (1956), "Some Like it Hot" (1959) and "The Misfits" (1961). / AFP PHOTO / -

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