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Gloucester Collection

Background imageGloucester Collection: Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, late 14th century

Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, late 14th century. The elaborate fan vaulting, the earliest example in Britain, is clearly visible

Background imageGloucester Collection: The Young Princes in the Tower, 1831 (1910). Artist: Paul de la Roche

The Young Princes in the Tower, 1831 (1910). Artist: Paul de la Roche
The Young Princes in the Tower, 1831. Edward V (1470-1483) and his younger brother Richard, Duke of York (1473-1483), the Princes in the Tower

Background imageGloucester Collection: Anne of Warwick (1456-1485), queen consort of King Richard III, 1851

Anne of Warwick (1456-1485), queen consort of King Richard III, 1851. From Biographical Sketches of the Queens of Great Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of Victoria

Background imageGloucester Collection: Middleham Castle, 12th century. Artist: Robert Fitzrandolph

Middleham Castle, 12th century. Artist: Robert Fitzrandolph
Inside the great tower of Middleham Castle, the main home of Richard III, 12th century

Background imageGloucester Collection: Richard III. and the Earl of Richmond at the Battle of Bosworth, 1485, (mid 19th century)

Richard III. and the Earl of Richmond at the Battle of Bosworth, 1485, (mid 19th century). The Battle of Bosworth Field, fought on 22 August 1485

Background imageGloucester Collection: H. R. H. The Duke of York, H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, H. R. H. Prince Henry, H. M. The Queen, H

H. R. H. The Duke of York, H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, H. R. H. Prince Henry, H. M. The Queen, H
H.R.H. The Duke of York, H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, H.R.H. Prince Henry, H.M. The Queen, H.M. The King, H.R.H. Princess Mary, 1921

Background imageGloucester Collection: Mr. Garrick in the Character of Richard III, June 20, 1746. Creator: William Hogarth

Mr. Garrick in the Character of Richard III, June 20, 1746. Creator: William Hogarth
Mr. Garrick in the Character of Richard III, June 20, 1746

Background imageGloucester Collection: The Gloucester Musical Festival, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Gloucester Musical Festival, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Gloucester Musical Festival, 1844....the hundred and fifty-first annual meeting of the three choirs of Hereford, Gloucester, and Worcester

Background imageGloucester Collection: Gloucester College School, 1844. Creator: J. H. Brown

Gloucester College School, 1844. Creator: J. H. Brown
Gloucester College School, 1844. View by by Mr. J. H. Brown, an assistant-master. Dr. Evans, its present Head Master, has the good sense to perceive that something besides a knowledge of Latin

Background imageGloucester Collection: Ship-Building, Gloucester Harbor (Harpers Weekly, Vol. XVII), October 11, 1873

Ship-Building, Gloucester Harbor (Harpers Weekly, Vol. XVII), October 11, 1873

Background imageGloucester Collection: Gloucester Harbor (Harpers Weekly, Vol. XVII), September 27, 1873. Creator: Unknown

Gloucester Harbor (Harpers Weekly, Vol. XVII), September 27, 1873. Creator: Unknown
Gloucester Harbor (Harpers Weekly, Vol. XVII), September 27, 1873

Background imageGloucester Collection: Departure of the funeral procession, on Tuesday, December 1844. Creator: Unknown

Departure of the funeral procession, on Tuesday, December 1844. Creator: Unknown
Departure of the funeral procession, on Tuesday, December 1844. Mourners outside Rangers House in south London where the body of Princess Sophia of Gloucester

Background imageGloucester Collection: Princess Sophia of Gloucester, died 29 Novr. 1844. Creator: Unknown

Princess Sophia of Gloucester, died 29 Novr. 1844. Creator: Unknown
Princess Sophia of Gloucester, died 29 Novr. 1844. Portrait of Princess Sophia of Gloucester who was a great-granddaughter of King George II. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

Background imageGloucester Collection: Arrival of the funeral procession at St. Georges Chapel, Windsor, December 1844

Arrival of the funeral procession at St. Georges Chapel, Windsor, December 1844. Mourners follow the hearse containing the body of Princess Sophia of Gloucester

Background imageGloucester Collection: Ceremony of lying in state at the Rangers House, on Monday last, December 1844

Ceremony of lying in state at the Rangers House, on Monday last, December 1844. Arrangements for the funeral of Princess Sophia of Gloucester, great-granddaughter of King George II

Background imageGloucester Collection: The Wye and Symonds Yat. From Rocklands, 1870s. Creator: Francis Bedford

The Wye and Symonds Yat. From Rocklands, 1870s. Creator: Francis Bedford
The Wye and Symonds Yat. From Rocklands, 1870s

Background imageGloucester Collection: Mr. Kean in the Character of Richard the Third, ca. 1814. ca. 1814

Mr. Kean in the Character of Richard the Third, ca. 1814. ca. 1814
Mr. Kean in the Character of Richard the Third, ca. 1814. After Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Background imageGloucester Collection: Stage Fort across Gloucester Harbor, 1862. Creator: Fitz Hugh Lane

Stage Fort across Gloucester Harbor, 1862. Creator: Fitz Hugh Lane
Stage Fort across Gloucester Harbor, 1862

Background imageGloucester Collection: The South Porch, Gloucester Cathedral, c1870

The South Porch, Gloucester Cathedral, c1870. South porch of Gloucester Cathedral, a Perpendicular Gothic entrance to the Norman nucleus rebuilt by Ealdred, Bishop of Worcester in 1058

Background imageGloucester Collection: Gloucester and Rockport, 1874. Creator: John J. Harley

Gloucester and Rockport, 1874. Creator: John J. Harley
Gloucester and Rockport, 1874. Rockport, Bass Rocks, Thatchers [Thacher] Island Lighthouses, Gloucester from Stage Fort, Massachusetts, USA

Background imageGloucester Collection: The Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, 1898. Creator: Unknown
The Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, 1898. Great Cloister of Gloucester Cathedral with fan vaults, designed between 1351 and 1377 by Thomas de Canterbury

Background imageGloucester Collection: Gloucester, from the North-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Gloucester, from the North-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Gloucester, from the North-West, 1898. Gloucester on the River Severn with distant view of Gloucester Cathedral. From " Our Own Country, Volume II"

Background imageGloucester Collection: Richard III, (1452-1485), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Richard III, (1452-1485), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Richard III, (1452-1485), 1830. Richard III (1452-1485) King of England and Lord of Ireland from 1483 until his death in 1485. Last king of the House of York and last of the Plantagenet dynasty

Background imageGloucester Collection: Tower of London. The Bloody Tower, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Tower of London. The Bloody Tower, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Tower of London. The Bloody Tower, c1910. View of part of the Tower of London - historic palace, prison, fortress and armoury - which dates from the 11th century

Background imageGloucester Collection: The New Inn, Gloucester, 1936. Creator: Unknown

The New Inn, Gloucester, 1936. Creator: Unknown
The New Inn, Gloucester, 1936. The New Inn public house, hotel and restaurant, timber framed medieval courtyard, Grade I listed

Background imageGloucester Collection: Death of Lord Hastings, 1773. Creator: William Walker

Death of Lord Hastings, 1773. Creator: William Walker
Death of Lord Hastings, 1773. William Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings (c1431-1483) courtier of King Edward IV, executed following accusations of treason by Edwards brother and ultimate successor

Background imageGloucester Collection: Richard III Killed in Bosworth-Field, 1773. Creator: William Walker

Richard III Killed in Bosworth-Field, 1773. Creator: William Walker
Richard III Killed in Bosworth-Field, 1773. Richard III (1452-1485) killed in Bosworth-Field and the last English king to be killed in battle. After Samuel Wale (1721-1786)

Background imageGloucester Collection: Richard Duke of Gloucester accusing the Queen of Edward IV with Witchcraft, 1773

Richard Duke of Gloucester accusing the Queen of Edward IV with Witchcraft, 1773. Elizabeth Woodville, Queen consort to King Edward IV from 1464 until his death in 1483

Background imageGloucester Collection: Edward V, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion

Edward V, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion
Edward V, 1773. After Samuel Wale (1721-1786). Edward V of England (1470-c1483), his brief reign was dominated by the influence of his uncle and Lord Protector, the Duke of Gloucester

Background imageGloucester Collection: Edward, King of England, France, 1787. Creator: Unknown

Edward, King of England, France, 1787. Creator: Unknown
Edward, King of England, France, 1787. Edward V (1470-1483) succeeded his father, Edward IV, as King of England and Lord of Ireland, he was not crowned

Background imageGloucester Collection: King Richard III, 1786. Creator: Unknown

King Richard III, 1786. Creator: Unknown
King Richard III, 1786. Richard III (1452-1485), King of England and Lord of Ireland from 1483 until his death, was the last king of the Houses of York and Plantagenet

Background imageGloucester Collection: His Majesty with the Duke of Gloucester, at the Trooping the Colour, 1928, 1937

His Majesty with the Duke of Gloucester, at the Trooping the Colour, 1928, 1937
His Majesty (Wearing R.A.F. Uniform) with the Duke of Gloucester, at the Trooping the Colour, 1928, 1937. The Duke of York (1920-1936) became King George VI on 11 December 1936

Background imageGloucester Collection: Satirical cartoon of King Richard III, c1823. Creator: Unknown

Satirical cartoon of King Richard III, c1823. Creator: Unknown
Satirical cartoon of King Richard III, c1823. Richard holds his hand to his nose, and quotes lines from William Shakespeares Richard III

Background imageGloucester Collection: N. E. View of Gloucester Cathedral, c1843. Creator: WL Walton

N. E. View of Gloucester Cathedral, c1843. Creator: WL Walton
N.E. View of Gloucester Cathedral, c1843. View of the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity in Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucester Collection: S. W. View of Gloucester Cathedral, c1842. Creator: George Hawkins

S. W. View of Gloucester Cathedral, c1842. Creator: George Hawkins
S.W. View of Gloucester Cathedral, c1842. View of the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity in Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucester Collection: Queen Mary and Prince Henry aboard HMY Victoria and Albert, c1933

Queen Mary and Prince Henry aboard HMY Victoria and Albert, c1933. Queen Mary (1867-1953) and her son Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1900-1974) on board the royal yacht

Background imageGloucester Collection: Humphry Duke of Gloucester, (1909). Artist: Jacques Leboucq

Humphry Duke of Gloucester, (1909). Artist: Jacques Leboucq
Humphry Duke of Gloucester, (1909). Humphrey Duke of Gloucester (1391-1447), the first notable patron of Englands humanists, was the fourth son of King Henry IV of England by his first wife

Background imageGloucester Collection: Richard III, (1909)

Richard III, (1909). Richard (1452-1485) was King of England from 1483 until his death and the last king from the House of York

Background imageGloucester Collection: Eleanor doing penance for witchcraft, 1441, (1789) Artist: Anker Smith

Eleanor doing penance for witchcraft, 1441, (1789) Artist: Anker Smith
Eleanor doing penance for witchcraft, 1441, (1789). Eleanor Cobham (1400-1454), Duchess of Gloucester, was charged with unlawful commerce with Marjory Jourdemain, the Witch of Eye

Background imageGloucester Collection: Gloucester, c1896. Artist: HW Watson

Gloucester, c1896. Artist: HW Watson
Gloucester, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageGloucester Collection: Edmund Kean as Richard III, ca. 1814. ca. 1814. Creator: George Cruikshank

Edmund Kean as Richard III, ca. 1814. ca. 1814. Creator: George Cruikshank
Edmund Kean as Richard III, ca. 1814

Background imageGloucester Collection: The Children of King George V and Queen Mary, c1910, (1937)

The Children of King George V and Queen Mary, c1910, (1937). From Coronation Souvenir Book 1937, edited by Gordon Beckles. [Daily Express, London, 1937]

Background imageGloucester Collection: Scene outside the Tower of London, depicting the beheading of Lord Hastings, 1483 (c1850)

Scene outside the Tower of London, depicting the beheading of Lord Hastings, 1483 (c1850). William Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings (c1431-1483)

Background imageGloucester Collection: Edward VI, Henry and William, Dukes of Gloucester, and Henry, Prince of Wales, (c1700)

Edward VI, Henry and William, Dukes of Gloucester, and Henry, Prince of Wales, (c1700)
Edward VI, Henry, Duke of Gloucester and William, Dukes of Gloucester, and Henry, Duke of Gloucester, Prince of Wales, c1700

Background imageGloucester Collection: William, Duke of Gloucester, as a child, (c1720). Artist: Joseph Smith

William, Duke of Gloucester, as a child, (c1720). Artist: Joseph Smith
William, Duke of Gloucester, as a child, (c1720). Portrait of the duke (1689-1700) sitting on a curtain, wearing plumes on his head and loose dress with a dog at his feet

Background imageGloucester Collection: Solemn Joust on London Bridge, late 15th century, (1886). Artist: Richard Beavis

Solemn Joust on London Bridge, late 15th century, (1886). Artist: Richard Beavis
Solemn Joust on London Bridge, late 15th century, (1886). Victorian representation of a jousting match between David de Lindsay, Earl of Crawford and Lord John de Welles, Ambassador of Richard III

Background imageGloucester Collection: King Richard III, c1856-c1859. Artist: Sir John Gilbert

King Richard III, c1856-c1859. Artist: Sir John Gilbert
Richard III, c1856-c1859; depicting King Richard III on the throne with a member of the court

Background imageGloucester Collection: Richard III of England at the Battle of Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, 1485 (1864)

Richard III of England at the Battle of Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, 1485 (1864). Richard (1452-1485) was the last Plantagenet King of England



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