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Anglican Gallery

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Choose from 138 pictures in our Anglican collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


New French Protestant Episcopal Church, Bloomsbury, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

New French Protestant Episcopal Church, Bloomsbury, 1845. Creator: Unknown

New French Protestant Episcopal Church, Bloomsbury, 1845. ...this newly-erected edifice, in Bloomsbury-street (late Plumtree-street, (St. Giles's), was consecrated, with the accustomed ceremonies, by the Lord Bishop of London. This church was originally established by King Charles II., in the year 1661, in the Savoy Palace, Strand; has been re-constructed on its present site by the descendants of French Protestant refugees, the ground being granted for that purpose by the Commissioners of Woods and Forests. The new church has been built from the designs of Mr. Ambrose Poynter: it is in the early English style; the principal front has a large and lofty window, flanked by two smaller ones; and the gable is surmounted by an enriched cross. At the opposite end of the edifice is a low campanile, or bell-tower'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Reverend Edward Noel Mellish VC, c1916, (c1920).. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Reverend Edward Noel Mellish VC, c1916, (c1920).. Creator: Unknown

Reverend Edward Noel Mellish VC, c1916, (c1920). Portrait of the Fighting Parson - British army chaplain Noel Mellish (1880-1962), was awarded the Victoria Cross for rescuing Wounded Men under Fire at St Eloi in Flanders during the First World War. Under continuous and heavy shell and machine-gun fire he brought in ten badly wounded men on the first day, seeming to bear a charmed life. On the second day the battalion to which he was attached was relieved, but he went back and brought in twelve more wounded men'. From "The Great World War: A History", Volume V, edited by Frank A Mumby. [The Gresham Publishing Company Ltd, London, c1920]

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Cranmer at the Traitors Gate, 1886. Artist: CW Sharpe Featured Print

Cranmer at the Traitors Gate, 1886. Artist: CW Sharpe

Cranmer at the Traitor's Gate, 1886. Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556) was the Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of the English kings Henry VIII and Edward VI. Cranmer was imprisoned and tried for heresy. In 1556 he became one of the first Anglican martyrs to be burned for heresy. After Frederick Goodall (1822-1904). From Illustration of English and Scottish History, Volume I by Thomas Archer. [Blackie & Son, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh, 1886]

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