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Chained Gallery

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

Choose from 72 pictures in our Chained 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.


The Martyr of the Solway, 1871, (c1902). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The Martyr of the Solway, 1871, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

The Martyr of the Solway, 1871, (c1902). After a painting in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Margaret Wilson (c1667-1685), a young Scottish Presbyterian, refused to swear an oath declaring King James VII (James II of England) as Head of the Church. She and a friend were chained to stone stakes in the Solway Firth and executed by drowning. From The Nation's Pictures. A selection from the finest modern paintings in the public picture galleries of Great Britain, reproduced in colour. [Cassell and Company Ltd, London, c1902]

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Captain Cameron and the other Abyssinian Captives, c1864. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Captain Cameron and the other Abyssinian Captives, c1864. Creator: Unknown

Captain Cameron and the other Abyssinian Captives, c1864. Captain Charles Cameron, British Consul in Ethiopia, (far right), and others were taken prisoner by the Abyssinian emperor Tewodros II on 3 January 1864. Cameron, his European staff, and four missionaries were kept in chains for over two years. Shown here are: Kerans, Rassam, Stern, Prideaux, Mr & Mrs Rosenthal and Child, Blanc, Pietro and Cameron. Their capture led to the British Expedition to Abyssinia. Engraving after a photograph. Published in "Illustrated Battles of the Nineteenth Century. By Archibald Forbes, Major Arthur Griffiths, and others." [Cassell & Co, London, 1895-1897]

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Vercingetorix imprisoned in the Tullianum in Rome, c52-46 BC (1882-1884) Featured Print

Vercingetorix imprisoned in the Tullianum in Rome, c52-46 BC (1882-1884)

Vercingetorix imprisoned in the Tullianum in Rome, c52-46 BC (1882-1884). The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni, a powerful tribe that occupied what is now the Auvergne. In 52 BC he led the Arverni against Roman rule but was ultimately defeated and captured by Julius Caesar at Alesia (near Dijon). Vercingetorix was then taken to Rome, where, after five years imprisonment, he was humiliated by being paraded as evidence of Rome's greatness, and was then put to death. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume I, F Roy editor, Saint-Antoine, 1882-1884

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