2294 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Glazed figurine of Julie Dorus-Gras (1805-1896) as Lucia Ashton in Donizetti's opera Lucia di Lammermoor, Drury Lane Theatre, 6 December 1847. Staffordshire, ca.1847
Pages pulled from the magazine, Illustreret Familie Journal, dated 1919 and printed with a paper model design for a fire station
Poster advertising The Great Carmo's Circus and Menagerie, ca. 1929
Hanging card advertising The Great Carmo's Circus and Menagerie, Eastbourne, 1929
Hanging card advertising The Great Carmo's Circus and Menagerie, Margate, 22 July 1929
Hanging card advertising Togare and his Lions at Carmo's Circus, Margate, 22 July 1929
Poster advertising The Great Carmo's Circus and Menagerie, Catford, 1929
Poster advertising The Great Carmo's Circus and Menagerie, Hove, 1929
Poster advertising The Great Carmo's Circus and Menagerie, Ireland, 1928
Unmade paper model in sheet form for a Fire Station or Fire House. Published in the United States by Colgate-Palmolive, 1963
Boxed Lego Ninjago Fire Temple construction set, made in China, 2011
Poster made by Action Factory, depicting abstract shapes resembling the patters made by fireworks, advertising a fire show at Witton Park with the words 'fun week fire show, witton Park, monday 31st Aug, starts 8pm', handcut stencil and stencil produced using talcum powder, 1987
A black and white photograph by Gianpaolo Barbieri of the Gianfranco Ferré Prêt-à- porter Advertising Campaign Fall/Winter, 1991
Lithograph, Hanuman, by M.F. Husain, printed on paper, India, 1982
Photograph depicting the extinguishing of the sacred fire in a fire temple, Greco Buddhist (Gandhara School). India, ca. 1st to 2nd century A.D.
Book jacket for a romantic novel entitled 'Red Ashes' by Margaret Pedlar. Great Britain, 1938.
Nylon plush dressed bear, Blaze Bear, made in China for the Fire Fighters Charity in 2002
Soft toy bear
Nylon plush bear wearing trousers and a hat, Smokey Bear, made in China by In Toys Ltd HK in about 2000
Door stop, cast iron and brass, made by Stuart and Smith, Sheffield, designed and modelled by John Bell, ca.1848
Saggar, fragment, ceramic, Delft, 1675-1725
Caricature of Edward Tyrrell Smith (1804-1877) entitled The Elephant and Castle showing E.T. Smith with a castle for his body riding an elephant, a reference to his construction of The Elephant and Castle Theatre, 1872. From a lithograph by Alfred Bryan (1852-1899)
New Wild House, Coney Island in the Winter series, by Barbara Nessim, 1963
Green hardbacked book 'Lessons on Objects' by Elizabeth Mayo, London, 1840
Newspaper cutting from The Illustrated London News, 7 June 1851, depicting the ascent of Mr. John Hampton's 'Erin-Go-Bragh' Balloon from the Elliptical Pavilion at Batty's Royal Hippodrome, Kensington, 2 June 1851
Design by Gladys Calthrop for a fire place, possibly for Noel Coward's play Post Mortem, written in 1930 but not staged. Gladys Calthrop Design Collection.
Satirical print entitled 'Is This a Rattle Which I See Before Me?'. Caricature of John Philip Kemble as Macbeth, with a parody of his soliloquy printed underneath, published by S.W. Fores, 1809. Harry Beard Collection.
suit of armour
suit of armour, German, made of blackened and guilded steel, 1570
Matchbox car, 63 Fire Fighting Crash Tender, Lesney, England, 1964
Plywood display sign for the temporary theatre used by the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company at Stratford-upon-Avon, 1926-1931
Hand coloured etching depicting Madame Giradelli, 'The Celebrated Fire Proof Female'
Drawing, lettering of the poster 'The Human Family', after the original 1968 poster, by John Hurford, England, 2007.
Print, headed paper, 'Mexican Fire' news release, Elizabeth Arden, design by Danuta Laskowska (DA-LA), London, August 1961.
Photograph, Elizabeth Arden 'Mexican Fire' cosmetics display designed by Danuta Laskowska (DA-LA), London, 20th century.
'Danger of Fire from Cigarette Ends'. Colour offset lithograph poster, on the back of an alternative poster (see E.2136A-1946). Design by Leonard Cusden. Issued by the Ministry of Labour and National Service during the Second World War. Great Britain. 1939-1945.
Design concept lithograph by Ettore Sottsass, teapot with fire, 1973
Action figure, with spider web, plastic, in printed cardboard and clear plastic packaging, 'Web Blast Spider-Man', made for Vivid Imaginations Ltd, China, 2005.
Design for the Fol-de-Rols musical revue, showing painted scenery for a 'Cannibal' scene, ca. 1957
Toy soldiers and box
Poster 'The Enchanted Forest', by John Hurford, England, 1967.
Poster 'Geronimo', by John Hurford, England, 1967.
Original artwork for a poster, 'Tribal', by John Hurford, England, 1967.
Original artwork for a magazine cover, 'Ariadne's Jewelled Mushroom' by John Hurford, England, 1967.
Drawing with colouted inks, 'Doodle' by John Hurford, England, 1967.
Drawing with coloured inks, 'Psychedelic Painting I' by John Hurford, England, 1968.
Print, 'Psychadelic Painting II', from a drawing of 1968, by John Hurford, England, 2006.
Drawing with coloured inks, 'Psychedelic Painting III' by John Hurford, England, 1968.
Poster, 'Show Your Head (Legalise Pot Rally)', by John Hurford, England, 1968.
Drawing, 'The Human Family', after the original artwork for the 1968 poster, by John Hurford, England, 2007.
Drawing, ink, 'Square Eye' by John Hurford, England, 1968.
Drawing for the cover of 'Galdalf's Garden' magazine, issue 2, by John Hurford, England, 1968.
Drawing and collage, 'Half Remarkable Question' for Oz magazine for issue 17, by John Hurford, England, 1968.
Centrespread of Oz magazine issue 21, illustration by John Hurford, England, 1969.
Drawing with coloured inks, 'Splash I', by John Hurford, England, 1969.
Drawing with coloured inks, 'Splash II', by John Hurford, England, 1969.
Original artwork 'Dandelion', for a record centre label for Dandelion Records (John Peel's record company), by John Hurford, England, 1969.
Drawing with ink, 'Timeless and Strange' by John Hurford, England, 1969.
Drawing with ink, 'Betty's Wonderful Christmas III' by John Hurford, England, 1970.
Original artwork for a Christmas card, designed for Joe Boyd and Danny Halperin, by John Hurford, London, ca.1970.
Drawing with ink, 'Bryony' by John Hurford, England, 1971.
Drawing and collage, used on the front cover of IT magazine, issue 126, by John Hurford, London, 1971.
Print, template advertisement for dealers, Elizabeth Arden 'Mexican Fire', design by Danuta Laskowska (DA-LA), London, 20th century.
Poster advertising Rites of Spring, The Cloud and The Plastic Explosion, performing April 1 1967, Webbs Members Club, San Francisco.
Print from wood block
Purple wool cloak, worn by Percy Rhodes as Octavius Caesar to Dorothey Green's Cleopatra, in 'Antony & Cleopatra', 1921.
Poster advertising A View from the Bridge at Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford, 1993
Poster advertising Sweet Lorraine at Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford, 1992
Poster advertising Putting it Together at Old Fire Station Studio Theatre, Oxford, 1992
Poster advertising Moby Dick at Old Fire Station, Oxford, 1991
Poster advertising The Liar at Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford, 1993
Poster advertising Hair at Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford, 1993
Poster advertising The Fire Raisers at Arts Theatre, Cambridge, 1961