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Byrne Gallery

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

Choose from 38 pictures in our Byrne 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.

'Hexham Abbey', c1830. Creator: Byrne Featured Print

'Hexham Abbey', c1830. Creator: Byrne

'Hexham Abbey', c1830. Interior of Hexham Abbey in Northumberland. The Abbey was originally founded as a Benedictine monastery in the 7th century but was replaced by an Augustinian priory in Norman times. Much of the church dates from this time (c1170-1250). The priory was closed in 1537 by the Dissolution of the Monasteries but the church survived as Hexham's parish church.

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'Rafts, Upper End, about 1850', 1935. Artists: Mr Mundy, Hills and Saunders Featured Print

'Rafts, Upper End, about 1850', 1935. Artists: Mr Mundy, Hills and Saunders

'Rafts, Upper End, about 1850', 1935. Rafts is the name of a boathouse on the north bank of the River Thames, formerly used by Eton College for its boating activities. It is located next to the Eton Conservation Area and Windsor Town Centre Conservation Area. From The Eton Book of the River - With Some Account of the Thames and the Evolution Boat-Racing, by L.S.R. Byrne and E. L. Churchill. [Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd, Eton, 1935]

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'St John d'Acre, Palestine, 1825.Artist: Letitia Byrne Featured Print

'St John d'Acre, Palestine, 1825.Artist: Letitia Byrne

'St John d'Acre, Palestine, 1825. Showing the situation of the 'Tigre' and 'Theseus' during the siege, and the place where the breach was effected by Buonaparte's troops. Napoleon made an unsuccessful attempt to capture the port of Acre in 1799 but was repulsed by the city's Ottoman Turkish defenders aided by a British Royal Navy flotilla.

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