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100 Years War Gallery

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

Choose from 97 pictures in our 100 Years War 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.


Joan of Arc, c1880 Featured Print

Joan of Arc, c1880

Joan of Arc, c1880. Nineteenth century representation of the 15th century French patriot and martyr St Joan (1412-1431), before the Dauphin, later Charles VII, at Chinon in 1429. Legend has it that Joan recognised the Dauphin although he was in disguise and this was taken as a sign that she was divinely guided. During the Hundred Years War between England and France (1337-1453), Joan led resistance to the English. In 1430 she was captured by the Burgundians and sold to the English who passed her to the ecclesiastical court of the Inquisition at Rouen. She was tried for heresy and sorcery and burnt at the stake on 30 May 1431. (Colorised black and white print)

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Joan of Arc, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson Featured Print

Joan of Arc, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson

Joan of Arc, 1902. Joan of Arc, 15th century French patriot and martyr. Claiming divine inspiration, Joan of Arc (c1412-1431) persuaded Charles VII to declare himself King of France (at the time France was ruled by England under the terms of the Treaty of Troyes signed in 1420). Charles gave Joan authority over the French army at the Siege of Orleans in 1429, which proved to be the turning point in the Hundred Years War in favour of the French. Joan was captured at Compiegne in May 1430 by the Burgundians, who handed her over to the English. Tried on a charge of heresy, Joan was executed and martyred in 1431, but Charles VII went on to regain all of France from the English, with the exception of Calais. After a work by Patten Wilson (1869-1934). From A Child's History of England by Charles Dickens [J. M. Dent & Co., New York, 1902]. (Colorised black and white print)

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Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431) 15th century French patriot and martyr, 1937. Artist: Alexander K MacDonald Featured Print

Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431) 15th century French patriot and martyr, 1937. Artist: Alexander K MacDonald

Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431) 15th century French patriot and martyr'. Claiming divine inspiration, Joan of Arc (c1412-1431) persuaded Charles VII to declare himself King of France (at the time France was ruled by England under the terms of the Treaty of Troyes signed in 1420). Charles gave Joan authority over the French army at the Siege of Orleans in 1429, which proved to be the turning point in the Hundred Years War in favour of the French. Joan was captured at Compiegne in May 1430 by the Burgundians, who handed her over to the English. Tried on a charge of heresy, Joan was executed and martyred in 1431, but Charles VII went on to regain all of France from the English, with the exception of Calais. From an original drawing by A. K. Macdonald. From the John Player & Sons cigarette card series Famous Beauties, 1937

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