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Aston Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Aston collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Tree Branches, 1852-1908. Creator: Charles Reginald Aston
Tree Branches, 1852-1908. Creator: Charles Reginald Aston
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Lola T70, Aston during test day at Le Mans 1967. Creator: Unknown
Lola T70, Aston during test day at Le Mans 1967. Creator: Unknown
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Admiralty Arch, London, c1915. Creator: Unknown
Admiralty Arch, London, c1915. Creator: Unknown
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Mirror from Ashton, Herefordshire
Mirror from Ashton, Herefordshire
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The Emancipated One. Portrait of Louise Aston (1814-1871), c. 1847
The Emancipated One. Portrait of Louise Aston (1814-1871), c. 1847
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Peverey, Shropshire, Sir Aston Webb. P.R.A. Architect, c1919
Peverey, Shropshire, Sir Aston Webb. P.R.A. Architect, c1919
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Aston Hall, Warwickshire, 1915
Aston Hall, Warwickshire, 1915
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The Queen Victoria memorial, Buckingham Palace, London, 1911-1912.Artist: FGO Stuart
The Queen Victoria memorial, Buckingham Palace, London, 1911-1912.Artist: FGO Stuart
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Walter Aston, 1st Lord Aston of Forfar, (1832).Artist: WT Mote
Walter Aston, 1st Lord Aston of Forfar, (1832).Artist: WT Mote
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The Queen Victoria memorial, Buckingham Palace, London, 1911-1912.Artist: FGO Stuart Featured Image

The Queen Victoria memorial, Buckingham Palace, London, 1911-1912.Artist: FGO Stuart

The Queen Victoria memorial, Buckingham Palace, London, 1911-1912. Built by the sculptor Sir Thomas Brock in 1911, the surround of the memorial was constructed by the architect Sir Aston Webb from 2300 tons of white marble. It is a Grade I listed building. It features a large statue of Queen Victoria facing The Mall. The other sides of the monument feature dark patinated bronze statues of the Angels of Justice, Truth and Charity. On the pinnacle, is Victory with two seated figures. From Penrose's Pictorial Annual 1911-1912, The Process Year Book, volume 17, edited by William Gamble and published by AW Penrose (London, 1911-1912)

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