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Concealment Gallery

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Choose from 5 pictures in our Concealment collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Catching birds, 14th century (1849)
Catching birds, 14th century (1849)
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Queen Henrietta (1609-1669) sheltered by a bank from the parliamentarians, 19th century
Queen Henrietta (1609-1669) sheltered by a bank from the parliamentarians, 19th century
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A woman of Brussa, Turkey, 1895.Artist: Henri Thiriat
A woman of Brussa, Turkey, 1895.Artist: Henri Thiriat
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Billie Burke and Farren Soutar in a scene from The Belle of Mayfair, early 20th century
Billie Burke and Farren Soutar in a scene from The Belle of Mayfair, early 20th century
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The Bible being smuggled into England, 1536 (1877)
The Bible being smuggled into England, 1536 (1877)
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Queen Henrietta (1609-1669) sheltered by a bank from the parliamentarians, 19th century.Artist: J Rogers Featured Print

Queen Henrietta (1609-1669) sheltered by a bank from the parliamentarians, 19th century.Artist: J Rogers

Queen Henrietta (1609-1669) sheltered by a bank from the parliamentarians, 19th century. Below this is a representation of King Charles I (1600-1649) escaping from Oxford. Charles I was King of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1625 until his execution in 1649. He famously engaged in a struggle for power with the Parliament of England, indeed many feared he was attempting to gain absolute power. His last years were marked by the English Civil War. Charles was defeated in the first Civil War (1642-1645), after which Parliament expected him to accept demands for a constitutional monarchy. He instead remained defiant by attempting to forge an alliance with Scotland and escaping to the Isle of Man. This provoked a second Civil War (1648-1649) and a second defeat for Charles, who was subsequently captured, tried, convicted, and executed for high treason. The monarchy was then abolished and a republic called the Commonwealth of England was declared. Charles's son, Charles II, became King after the restoration of the monarchy in 1660

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