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Grinling Gibbons Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Grinling Gibbons collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Grinling Gibbons, n.d. Creator: Sir James Thornhill
Grinling Gibbons, n.d. Creator: Sir James Thornhill
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Overmantel and Cornice from Great House in Cassiobury Park, Hertfordshire, England, c
Overmantel and Cornice from Great House in Cassiobury Park, Hertfordshire, England, c
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Portrait of Grinling Gibbons, 1690. Creator: John Smith
Portrait of Grinling Gibbons, 1690. Creator: John Smith
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The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Overmantel Decoration, c. 1675-1677. Creator: Grinling Gibbons (British, 1648-1721)
Overmantel Decoration, c. 1675-1677. Creator: Grinling Gibbons (British, 1648-1721)
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Interior of St. Magnus Looking West, mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Interior of St. Magnus Looking West, mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
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The Throne Room, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
The Throne Room, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
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Vestry of St. Lawrence Jewry, With Carving by Grinling Gibbons, 1903
Vestry of St. Lawrence Jewry, With Carving by Grinling Gibbons, 1903
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Library, Trinity College, Cambridge, c1820. Artists: James Sargant Storer, Henry Sargant Storer
Library, Trinity College, Cambridge, c1820. Artists: James Sargant Storer, Henry Sargant Storer
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The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Christening in the Chapel, 1844. The ceremony of christening the infant daughter of the Marquis and Marchioness of Exeter...was performed by the Bishop of Peterborough...Her Majesty [Queen Victoria] attended at the ceremony, and occupied the seat in which it is stated Queen Elizabeth usually sat, when attending divine service at Burghley [House]. The infant was named after her Most Gracious Majesty. The Queen appeared to be very much interested in the ceremony. After it had concluded, her Majesty kissed the young godchild of her Royal Consort...When brought into the chapel the infant was fast asleep in its nurse's arms. Immediately after the ceremony, Prince Albert presented to his little god-daughter a gorgeous gold cup, with the inscription: "To Lady Victoria Cecil, from her godfather Albert"'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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