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Houses Of Parliament Gallery

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Choose from 247 pictures in our Houses Of Parliament 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.


Discovery of Guido Fawkes by Suffolk and Mounteagle, 1850. Artist: John Leech Featured Print

Discovery of Guido Fawkes by Suffolk and Mounteagle, 1850. Artist: John Leech

Discovery of Guido Fawkes by Suffolk and Mounteagle, 1850. A satirical illustration on the capture of Guy Fawkes. Guy Fawkes is the best known of the conspirators behind a Roman Catholic conspiracy to blow up English Houses of Parliament on 5th November 1605, when James I due to open new session. From The Comic History of England by Gilbert Abbott A. Beckett, illustrated by John Leech [Bradbury, Agnew & Co., London, 1850.]

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William Pitt, the Younger, Addressing the Commons, 1793, (1947). Creator: Anton Hickel Featured Print

William Pitt, the Younger, Addressing the Commons, 1793, (1947). Creator: Anton Hickel

William Pitt, the Younger, Addressing the Commons, 1793, (1947). Session of parliament in the Palace of Westminster, London. Prime Minister William Pitt is on his feet. Charles James Fox is seated on the Opposition Front Bench. Speaker Henry Addington is in the Chair. The House of Commons 1793-94, a painting made 1793-1795, in the National Portrait Gallery, London. From "The House of Commons", by Martin Lindsay M.P. [Collins, London, 1947]

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The Kings Challenger Entering Westminster Hall, 1684, (1947). Creator: M. Yeates Featured Print

The Kings Challenger Entering Westminster Hall, 1684, (1947). Creator: M. Yeates

The King's Challenger Entering Westminster Hall, 1684, (1947). Officials and nobles inside Westminster Hall in the Palace of Westminster, London. The King's Champion ...once rode...between the tables of the roystering nobles to challenge any that disputed the Sovereign's right to rule'. The Champion was required to ride in full armour into Westminster Hall during the coronation banquet, escorted by the Earl Marshal and the Lord High Constable, all in full dress, robes and coronets, and await the challenge to all comers. From "The House of Commons", by Martin Lindsay M.P. [Collins, London, 1947]

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