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Choose from 161 pictures in our Floor collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Medieval stone mosaic, (1898). Figs 1-8: Engraved stone-flags from the old cathedral at St. Omer, 13th century (ground brown, interior design of horse and horseman filled up with red). Figs 9 and 10: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from a collection at Dresden (black and red centres with white edging) 13th century. Figs 11 and 12: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from the cloister-church Colombe-les-Sens (red, black and yellow), 12th century. Figs 13 and 14: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from the abbey-church at St. Denis (red, black and yellow), 12th century. Figs 15 and 16: Mosaic floors of burnt clay, enamelled, from the old abbey-church at Pontigny, 12th century (yellow, red and black on green ground). Figs 17-23: Enamelled clay-tiles from St. Pierre-sur-Dive, 12th century (yellow and black-brown). Figs 24 and 25: Enamelled clay-tiles from the church at Bloxham, 13th century (red and yellow). Figs 26 and 27: Enamelled clay-tiles from Beddington-Church in Surrey, 15th century (red and yellow). Fig 28: Engraved clay-tiles from the town-hall at Ravensburg (natural colour without glazing), 14th century. Fig 29: Engraved clay-tiles from a patrician house ibid., 14th century. Fig 30: Clay-tiles with deepened ground, natural colour without glazing, 14th century, from the church at Gaildorf. Fig 31: Clay-tiles with deepened ground and relief-figures from the cloister at Alpirsbach, 12th century. Plate 38 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Falling in of the Chapel at Blackfriars, 1623, (1897). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Falling in of the Chapel at Blackfriars, 1623, (1897). Creator: Unknown

Falling in of the Chapel at Blackfriars, 1623, (1897). On 26 October 1623, some three hundred people crowded into an upper room at the French ambassador's residence, Hunsdon House, in Blackfriars, London. During the service, led by two Jesuits, Robert Drury and William Whittingham, the floor collapsed due to the weight of bodies, and about ninety-five people were killed, including Drury and Whittingham. The disaster, seen by some as a punishment from God on Catholics, became known as the Fatal Vespers. From Old and New London, Volume I, by Walter Thornbury. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1897]

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Christian and Hopeful in the Dungeon, c1916. Artist: William Strang Featured Print

Christian and Hopeful in the Dungeon, c1916. Artist: William Strang

Christian and Hopeful in the Dungeon, c1916. An illustration from John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. An English nonconformist preacher and writer, Bunyan (1628-1688) was the author of the famous allegory The Pilgrim's Progress. Over the course of his life Bunyan spent just over twelve years in prison in Bedford, for preaching without a licence. From The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan, illustrated by W. Strang. [George Routledge and Sons, Ltd., London, c1916]

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