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Birrell Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 10 pictures in our Birrell collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Atterbury, c1800. Creator: Andrew Birrell
Atterbury, c1800. Creator: Andrew Birrell
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View of royalty kneeling accompanied by an armoured knight, 1796. Artist: A Birrell
View of royalty kneeling accompanied by an armoured knight, 1796. Artist: A Birrell
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Augustine Birrell, 1927. Artist: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
Augustine Birrell, 1927. Artist: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
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South front of Baynards Castle, London, in about 1640, 1790 (1904). Artist: Andrew Birrell
South front of Baynards Castle, London, in about 1640, 1790 (1904). Artist: Andrew Birrell
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St Jamess Palace, Westminster, London, 1806.Artist: A Birrell
St Jamess Palace, Westminster, London, 1806.Artist: A Birrell
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Vienna, Austria, c1790. Artist: A Birrell
Vienna, Austria, c1790. Artist: A Birrell
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Elizabeth of York, Queen Consort of King Henry VII
Elizabeth of York, Queen Consort of King Henry VII
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Charles II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, (19th century).Artist: J Chapman
Charles II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, (19th century).Artist: J Chapman
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Edmond Halley, English astronomer and mathematician
Edmond Halley, English astronomer and mathematician
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John Flamsteed, English astronomer and clergyman, 1712 (1725). Artist: George Vertue
John Flamsteed, English astronomer and clergyman, 1712 (1725). Artist: George Vertue
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Edmond Halley, English astronomer and mathematician Featured Image

Edmond Halley, English astronomer and mathematician

Edmond Halley, English astronomer and mathematician, c1720 (1794). Edmond Halley (1656-1742), Astronomer Royal from 1720 until 1742, discovered the proper motions of stars and the periodicity of comets. He correctly calculated that the comets seen in 1531 and 1607 were the same objects that followed a 76 year orbit - the comet now know as Halley's Comet'. Unfortunately, Halley did not live to see his prediction come true when the comet returned on Christmas Eve 1758. After a portrait by Richard Phillips, painted soon after Halley became Astronomer Royal

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