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Judgment Gallery

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

Choose from 90 pictures in our Judgment 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.


'And the King said, Divide the living child in two', mid-late 19th century. Creator Featured Print

'And the King said, Divide the living child in two', mid-late 19th century. Creator

'And the King said, Divide the living child in two', mid-late 19th century. Biblical scene, from 1 Kings 3: 25: 'And the king said, Divide the living child in two, and give half to the one, and half to the other.' Story also known as The Judgement of Solomon: King Solomon is asked to make a decision when two women both claim to be the mother of a baby. 'Then the woman whose son was alive spoke to the king because she yearned with compassion for her son. "Please, my lord", she said, "give her the living baby. Do not kill him!" But the other woman said, "He will not be mine or yours. Cut him in two!"'. Engraving.

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'Lord Saye and Sele Brought Before Jack Cade', 1886. Artist: W Ridgway Featured Print

'Lord Saye and Sele Brought Before Jack Cade', 1886. Artist: W Ridgway

'Lord Saye and Sele Brought Before Jack Cade', 1886. Jack Cade (d1450) was leader of the Kentish Rebellion during the reign of Henry VI. He declared himself Lord of London, holding the city for about 2 days. Cade was killed in Sussex attempting to escape to the coast. After Charles Lucy (1814-1873). From Illustration of English and Scottish History, Volume I by Thomas Archer. [Blackie & Son, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh, 1886]

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Saint Louis punishing Enguerrand IV of Coucy, 1882-1884. Artist: A Gusman Featured Print

Saint Louis punishing Enguerrand IV of Coucy, 1882-1884. Artist: A Gusman

Saint Louis punishing Enguerrand IV of Coucy, 1256 (1882-1884). In 1256, King Louis IX of France had Enguerrand IV, Lord of Coucy, arrested and brought to Paris after he hanged without trial three young men who he had accused of poaching in his forests. Enguerrand demanded to be judged by his peers and trial by combat. The king, believing such a means of trying a case to be obsolete, refused. Enguerrand was tried, found guilty and ordered to pay a fine of 12, 000 livres. After a painting by Olivier Merson. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume I, F Roy editor, Saint-Antoine, 1882-1884.

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