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King Henry Iv Gallery

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Choose from 86 pictures in our King Henry Iv 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.


Bolingbrokes False Homage to Richard II., at Flint Castle, 1836. Creators: Unknown Featured Print

Bolingbrokes False Homage to Richard II., at Flint Castle, 1836. Creators: Unknown

Bolingbroke's False Homage to Richard II., at Flint Castle, 1836. Henry Bolingbroke kneels before King Richard II at Flint Castle in Wales. After being banished and disinherited by the King, Henry Bolingbroke (c1366-1413), Duke of Lancaster, returned to England with an army and usurped the throne while Richard (1367-1400) was in Ireland. On his return to England, Richard was captured at Flint in 1399, taken to the Tower of London and forced to abdicate. Bolingbroke then declared himself King Henry IV

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Albemarle and Fitzwalter exchange defiance, c. late 14th Century (18640. Artist: James William Edmund Doyle Featured Print

Albemarle and Fitzwalter exchange defiance, c. late 14th Century (18640. Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Albemarle and Fitzwalter exchange defiance, 1864. Walter FitzWalter, 5th Baron FitzWalter, (1368-1406) has a heated exchange with Edward, Duke of Albemarle, in the court of Henry IV. Lord Fitzwalter accused the Duke of Albemarle with the murder of Gloucester. Divided, the House of Lords exchange defiance by throwing down their gages. From A Chronicle of England B.C. 55 - A.D. 1485 by James E. Doyle. [Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, London, 1864]

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Antoine de Saint-Chamand, Seigneur de Mery, unknown lady and Henry IV of France, 1600 (1882-1884) Featured Print

Antoine de Saint-Chamand, Seigneur de Mery, unknown lady and Henry IV of France, 1600 (1882-1884)

Antoine de Saint-Chamand, Seigneur de Mery, an unknown lady and Henry IV of France, 1600 (1882-1884). Antoine de Saint-Chamand was a member of the Catholic League, the organisation founded by Henry, Duke of Guise during the French Wars of Religion. Henry (1553-1610) became King of Navarre in 1572 and ascended the French throne in 1589. A Protestant, he fought in the French Wars of Religion, but after becoming king he converted to Catholicism and in 1598 signed the Edict of Nantes, granting religious freedoms to the Protestants and bringing the conflict to an end. He was murdered by a fanatical Catholic. From the collection of Gaignieres. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume III, F Roy editor, A Challamel, Saint-Antoine, 1882-1884

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