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Archer Gallery

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Choose from 231 pictures in our Archer 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.


Rare Venetian glass, 1845. Creator: John Wykeham Archer Featured Print

Rare Venetian glass, 1845. Creator: John Wykeham Archer

Rare Venetian glass, 1845. Item from the collection of British critic, travel writer and slaveowner William Beckford, who was also an art collector and patron of works of decorative art. After he died, the collection at his home Lansdown Tower just outside Bath was put up for sale. The catalogue numbers some 650 lots, including gorgeous furniture, cabinets, paintings, antique gems, coins, agates, mosaic tables, sculpture, Etruscan vases, rare gold Japan, and what is described as "matchless china"...The group of rare Venetian glass consists of a richly-engraved glass goblet, silver-mounted; a curious wine-glass; next is a scalloped glass vase, elaborately engraved; and a tall Bohemian glass flower-vase'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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March of the Archers, (1897). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

March of the Archers, (1897). Creator: Unknown

March of the Archers, (1897). Victorian depiction of 16th-century longbowmen marching through the City of London. Archers from the Fraternity of St George have processed through the City annually since 1509. From Merchant Taylors Hall began the famous cavalcade of the archers, under their leader, as Duke of Shoreditch, in 1530, consisting of 3, 000 archers, sumptuously apparelled, 942 whereof wore chains of gold about their necks. This splendid company was guarded by whifflers and billmen, to the number of 4, 000, besides pages and footmen, who marched through Broad Street (the residence of the duke their captain). They continued their march through Moorfields, by Finsbury, to Smithfield, where, after having performed their several evolutions, they shot at the target for glory. From Old and New London, Volume I, by Walter Thornbury. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1897]

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Hunter with bow and arrows, pictorial composition of the drawings found in the shelter Featured Print

Hunter with bow and arrows, pictorial composition of the drawings found in the shelter

Hunter with bow and arrows, pictorial composition of the drawings found in the shelter of the Vieja, Alpera (Albacete), figure of stylized static type in black

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