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Chariot Gallery

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Choose from 241 pictures in our Chariot 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 Maritime Chariot Containing the Queen and Masquers, c1635, (1942). Creator: Inigo Jones Featured Print

The Maritime Chariot Containing the Queen and Masquers, c1635, (1942). Creator: Inigo Jones

The Maritime Chariot Containing the Queen and Masquers, c1635, (1942). Sketch of costumes and setting for The temple of love, A masque. Presented by the Queenes Majesty, and her ladies, at White-hall on Shrove-Tuesday, 1634. By Inigo Iones, surveyor of his [Majesty's] workes, and William Davenant, her [Majesty's] servant'. From "Life Among the English", by Rose Macaulay. [Collins, London, 1942]

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And Jephthah came...unto his house, & behold, his daughter came out to meet him Featured Print

And Jephthah came...unto his house, & behold, his daughter came out to meet him

And Jephthah came to Mizpeh unto his house, & behold, his daughter came out to meet him, 19th century? Biblical scene, from Judges 11: 34: the judge Jephthah, after leading the Israelites to victory in battle against the Ammonites, is greeted by his daughter, who celebrates his return with a tambourine. Jephthah is shocked as he realises he must offer up the life of his daughter to God as the consequence of making a rash vow to sacrifice whatever would come out of the door of his house first. Engraving

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Triumphal Arch Moved from Hyde Park to Constitution Hill, c1935. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Triumphal Arch Moved from Hyde Park to Constitution Hill, c1935. Creator: Unknown

Triumphal Arch Moved from Hyde Park to Constitution Hill, c1935. View of the Wellington Arch, a triumphal arch in central London. It was designed by Decimus Burton and built 1826-1830, and once supported an equestrian statue of the 1st Duke of Wellington. This was removed when the arch was dismantled and re-erected between 1883 and 1888. Hyde Park Corner had become notorious for traffic jams, and a new road layout required the arch to be relocated. The sculpture of the quadriga, an ancient four-horse chariot, was designed by Adrian Jones and has been mounted on the Arch since 1912. The southern pier was used as a park-keeper?s residence and the northern pier as a police station. From "Wonderful London, Volume 2", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]

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