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Mary I Gallery

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Choose from 58 pictures in our Mary I 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.


Queen Mary, c1540, (early-mid 19th century). Creator: Henry Thomas Ryall Featured Print

Queen Mary, c1540, (early-mid 19th century). Creator: Henry Thomas Ryall

Queen Mary, c1540, (early-mid 19th century). Portrait of Queen Mary I of England. Mary Tudor (1516-1558) was Queen of England and Queen of Ireland from 1553 until her death. Mary, the fourth and penultimate monarch of the Tudor dynasty, is remembered for her attempt to return England from Protestantism to Roman Catholicism. From the original of Holbein, in the collection of The Most Noble The Marquis of Exeter'. [The London Printing and Publishing Company, London]

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Sir Thomas Wyatt dictating terms to Queen Mary in the White Tower, c1553 (1840).Artist: George Cruikshank Featured Print

Sir Thomas Wyatt dictating terms to Queen Mary in the White Tower, c1553 (1840).Artist: George Cruikshank

Sir Thomas Wyatt dictating terms to Queen Mary in the council chamber of the White Tower, c1553 (1840). Wyatt (c1521-1554) was involved in the failed attempt, organised by the Duke of Northumberland, to istall Lady Jane Grey on the English throne after the death of Edward VI. He escaped punishment by Queen Mary, but later led a rebellion in opposition to her plans to marry Prince Philip (later King Philip II) of Spain. Wyatt occupied Rochester on 26 January 1554, but his uprising had little support outside Kent. He marched on London with 4000 men but an anticipated rising amongst loyalist troops failed to materialise and Wyatt's supporters began to desert. After an attempt to force entry into the City at Ludgate failed Wyatt surrendered. He offered no defence when tried for treason, but his execution was delayed because Mary hoped that he would implicate her sister Elizabeth in the plot. Wyatt did not do so, instead clearing her of any involvement from the scaffold. Elizabeth was however placed under house arrest and spied upon for the rest of Mary's reign. A print from The Tower of London a Historical Romance by William Harrison Ainsworth. (London, 1840)

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Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower Green, 1553 (1840). Artist: George Cruikshank Featured Print

Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower Green, 1553 (1840). Artist: George Cruikshank

Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower Green, 1553 (1840). A grandniece of Henry VIII, Lady Jane Grey was proclaimed queen on Edward VI's death in 1553 in an attempt to secure a Protestant succession. Only a few days later Henry's eldest daughter, the Catholic Mary Tudor, claimed the throne. Jane was deposed and imprisoned in the Tower of London. She was executed for high treason, at the age of 16, on Tower Hill on 12th February 1554. Dudley, her husband, was executed as well. A print from The Tower of London a Historical Romance, by William Harrison Ainsworth. (London, 1840)

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