Light, Lens & Heart -Limited Edition Prints

The Museum occasionally releases specially selected images from the Balsillie Collection of Roy Studio Images as limited edition prints. The first series of prints released featured photographs from the Light, Lens & Heart exhibit.

If you wish to request a copy of an image not available as a limited print, please see the information regarding our image reproduction services.

 

Limited Edition Prints (All Editions are Now Closed)

Jolly Miller –May 2007

Roy image of two little girls with a 'Jolly Miller' tin toy, circa 1904.

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Fireside –December 2006

Roy image of three children by the fireside, circa 1910.

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A Scout's Life– May 2006

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High Jinx – December 2005

The image depicts five young boys hamming it up for the camera. It is the second in the series of informal snapshot portraits of school children walking along a road in Ennismore.
Roy Studio, circa 1900.

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Friends – Winter 2005

A portrait of school children walking along a road in Ennismore. The negative for this image was among those affected during the Peterborough flood but has now successfully been restored and returned to the Museum.

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A New World– Spring 2005

‘A New World’ was photographed by Fredrick Lewis Roy of Peterborough in the early 1900s. The image depicts six young girls outside of Hazelbrae the Peterborough home for ‘Barnardo Children.’

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Dorothy Jones – Spring 2004

This photograph celebrates the coming of spring. Dorothy is leaning on a gate, clutching a small bouquet of hydrangeas. The photograph was taken by either Robert M. Roy or Fred Roy in 1904.

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Dollies – Autumn 2003

This image is of Margaret Connal, holding a porcelain doll. The photograph was taken by Robert Maitland Roy, circa 1910.

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Rodney Greenwood – Spring 2003

“Rodney Greenwood with Teddy Bear”, dates to 1913. It was released as a limited edition print in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the teddy bear; it is also the first image to have been released as a limited edition print by the Museum.

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