Skip to main content
Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Legal System Gallery

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

Choose from 49 pictures in our Legal System 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.

'Churchill giving evidence regarding the Sidney Street incident', 1911, (1945). Artist: Unknown Featured Print

'Churchill giving evidence regarding the Sidney Street incident', 1911, (1945). Artist: Unknown

'Churchill giving evidence regarding the Sidney Street incident', 1911, (1945). The Sidney Street siege occurred after a gang of heavily armed Latvian burglars shot five police officers who attempted to arrest them as they broke into a jeweller's shop. Four of the policemen died. Three members of the gang were cornered at 100 Sidney Street and surrounded by police. A gunfight ensued, but the police had inferior weapons and reinforcements in the form of soldiers from the Scots Guards were called by order of Churchill, who arrived at the scene himself. After six hours of fighting, the building caught fire and Churchill controversially gave the order that the Fire Brigade take no action. Two of the burglars' bodies were discovered in the burned out building but no trace of the third was ever found. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945]

© The Print Collector

'Vicar General', 1902. Artist: Spy Featured Print

'Vicar General', 1902. Artist: Spy

'Vicar General', 1902. Charles Alfred Cripps KC MP, British barrister and politican. Cripps (1852-1941) became a QC in 1890 and served as Attorney General to the Prince of Wales from 1895 until 1914. He served as a Conservative MP for Stroud (1895-1900), Stretford (1901-1906) and Wycombe (1910-1914) before accepting a peerage. In 1923 he crossed the floor of the House of Lords to join the Labour Party and was Leader of the Labour Peers from 1928-1931. A devout Anglican, Cripps was closely involved in Church affairs and served as Vicar-General of York in 1900 and of Canterbury in 1902. Cartoon from Vanity Fair, 10th April 1902.

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images

'Law and Conscience', 1883.Artist: Verheyden Featured Print

'Law and Conscience', 1883.Artist: Verheyden

'Law and Conscience', 1883. Richard Everard Webster QC, British barrister, politician and judge. Webster (1842-1915) became a QC in 1878. In 1890 he was lead counsel for The Times in the Parnell inquiry. He served as a Conservative MP for Launceston (1885) and the Isle of Wight (1885-1890) and was Attorney General in Conservative administrations between 1885 and 1900. He was raised to the peerage in 1900 and appointed Master of the Rolls before being elevated to Lord Chief Justice of England later the same year, a post he held until 1913. Cartoon from Vanity Fair, 26th May 1883.

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images