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Flames Gallery

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

Choose from 229 pictures in our Flames 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.


Masakiyo's Challenging Battle, from the series Taiheiki (Taiheiki, Masakiyo nansen no zu) Featured Print

Masakiyo's Challenging Battle, from the series Taiheiki (Taiheiki, Masakiyo nansen no zu)

Masakiyo's Challenging Battle, from the series Taiheiki (Taiheiki, Masakiyo nansen no zu), 1866

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Burning of Naworth Castle - from a drawing made on the spot, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Burning of Naworth Castle - from a drawing made on the spot, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Burning of Naworth Castle - from a drawing made on the spot, 1844. We regret to record the destruction by fire of this most perfect and interesting of the Border Castles...situated in the parish of Brampton, at a distance of eleven miles north-east of Carlisle...the baronial residence of the Lords of Gilsland, and a seat of the Earl of Carlisle. The distressing intelligence of the fire reached Carlisle...and it was soon confirmed by the ominous smoke that rose from the hills beyond Brampton, amidst which the castle was beautifully situated, on elevated ground, overlooking the Vale of Irthing. A special train was immediately despatched from the station of the Newcastle line, conveying the powerful fire-engines of this borough, with a suitable force of policemen, and in less than an hour after the alarm had reached Carlisle, the engines had arrived at the scene of destruction'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Greeting Card..., ca. 1810. Creator: Johannes Endletzberger Featured Print

Greeting Card..., ca. 1810. Creator: Johannes Endletzberger

Greeting Card: broken column and flaming urn, painted in shades of gray, with an engraved motto; gouache, metallic paint, metallic foil, and embossed and punched paper on silk, ca. 1810

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