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Norman Collection

Background imageNorman Collection: New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Artist: Norman Wilkinson

New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Artist: Norman Wilkinson
New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Paintings of power stations (artists in brackets): Cliff Quay, near Ipswich, Suffolk (Norman Wilkinson); Poole

Background imageNorman Collection: A Feast. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown

A Feast. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown
A Feast. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century, (1944). Scene from the embroidery depicting the Norman Invasion of England in 1066

Background imageNorman Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton

HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton
HM Queen Elizabeth II with her maids of honour, Green Drawing Room, Buckingham palace, 2nd June 1953. In selecting six Maids of Honour instead of pages to bear her velvet train throughout

Background imageNorman Collection: Durham Cathedral, 1893. Creator: Unknown

Durham Cathedral, 1893. Creator: Unknown
Durham Cathedral, 1893. The Romanesque cathedral in Durham dates almost entirely from the 12th century. It was a medieval site of pilgrimage due to the presence of the remains of St Cuthbert

Background imageNorman Collection: Church of the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire, early 20th century(?)

Church of the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire, early 20th century(?). The church of the oldest charitable institution of Britain, almshouses founded in the 12th century. From Winchester

Background imageNorman Collection: Wimborne Minster, Dorset

Wimborne Minster, Dorset. Wimborne Minster is dedicated to St Cuthburga, who founded an abbey nearby in c705. The Minster was built by the Normans in the 12th century

Background imageNorman Collection: View of Richmond, Yorkshire, England, 1788. Creator: George Cuit

View of Richmond, Yorkshire, England, 1788. Creator: George Cuit
View of Richmond, Yorkshire, England, 1788

Background imageNorman Collection: Shrewsbury Castle, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Shrewsbury Castle, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Shrewsbury Castle, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, 1894. View of the castle with the Clement memorial obelisk, erected in 1873, to the memory of surgeon and politician William James Clement

Background imageNorman Collection: St Albans, c1910

St Albans, c1910. The Abbey. Founded in honour of Englands Proto-martyr, A.D. 796. Straw plaiting. Boots. Shoes. Population, 18, 130. Card from The Counties of England - A Geographical Game

Background imageNorman Collection: Framlingham Castle, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Framlingham Castle, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Framlingham Castle, 1845. Norman castle in Suffolk. This picturesque ruin of a fortress of the Middle Ages, stands on the north side of the town of Framlingham, 18 miles north-east of Ipswich

Background imageNorman Collection: Tewkesbury Abbey, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Tewkesbury Abbey, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Tewkesbury Abbey, 1898. Tewkesbury Abbey, a former Benedictine monastery with Romanesque crossing tower restored by George Gilbert Scott in late 19th century

Background imageNorman Collection: King William as represented on his seal, (1870)

King William as represented on his seal, (1870). A wood engraving showing William the Conqueror (1028-1087) from The Arts of the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance, by Paul Lacroix

Background imageNorman Collection: Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century)

Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Harold II, last Anglo-Saxon king of England, c1064, (19th century). Harold c1020-1066) swearing an oath on sacred relics before William of Normandy to support his claim to the English throne on death

Background imageNorman Collection: Nottingham Castle, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Nottingham Castle, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Nottingham Castle, 1898. 1 and 2: Mortimers Hole; 3: King David of Scotlands Prison; 4 The Castle Gate. From " Our Own Country, Volume IV"

Background imageNorman Collection: Romsey Abbey Church, Hampshire, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Romsey Abbey Church, Hampshire, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Romsey Abbey Church, Hampshire, 1865. 'The Abbey Church...is one of the most interesting monuments of Norman ecclesiastical architecture belonging to the conventual class of buildings which

Background imageNorman Collection: Interior of Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Interior of Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Interior of Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. 'The Abbey Church...is one of the most interesting monuments of Norman ecclesiastical architecture belonging to the conventual class of buildings which

The Gloucester Music Festival: the Clerestory, Gloucester Cathedral, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Gloucester Music Festival: the Clerestory, Gloucester Cathedral, 1865. View of '...the clerestory, in which a number of ladies

Background imageNorman Collection: The Gloucester Music Festival: the nave of the Cathedral looking west, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The Gloucester Music Festival: the nave of the Cathedral looking west, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Gloucester Music Festival: the nave of the Cathedral looking west, 1865. '...sacred music was performed each day in the cathedral...The nave, of winch our Artist has furnished a View

Background imageNorman Collection: 'The Building of the New Castle on the Tyne, 1080', from a picture by W. B. Scott, 1865

"The Building of the New Castle on the Tyne, 1080", from a picture by W. B. Scott, 1865. Engraving of a painting

Background imageNorman Collection: The Goodwood Cup, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Goodwood Cup, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Goodwood Cup, 1864. Goodwood has long been celebrated for the beauty of its cups as well as of its scenery, and this year it has been again true to its charter

Background imageNorman Collection: Brancepeth Castle, Durham, 1858. Creator: Smyth

Brancepeth Castle, Durham, 1858. Creator: Smyth
Brancepeth Castle, Durham, 1858. This noble edifice is said to be the earliest castellated building in the county of Durham, its foundation being coeveal with the Bulmer family

Background imageNorman Collection: Criqueboeuf Church, Normandy, 1893. Creator: Homer Dodge Martin

Criqueboeuf Church, Normandy, 1893. Creator: Homer Dodge Martin
Criqueboeuf Church, Normandy, 1893

Background imageNorman Collection: King John's Palace at Stepney, 1858. Creator: Unknown

King John's Palace at Stepney, 1858. Creator: Unknown
King John's Palace at Stepney, 1858. The interesting Norman remains represented in the accompanying Engraving have been recently brought to notice by the prospect of their demolition

Background imageNorman Collection: The Cathedral at Drontheim, in which the Monarchs of Saxony are crowned, 1860. Creator: Unknown

The Cathedral at Drontheim, in which the Monarchs of Saxony are crowned, 1860. Creator: Unknown
The Cathedral at Drontheim, in which the Monarchs of Saxony are crowned, 1860. The Cathedral at Drontheim, where their Majesties Charles XV

Background imageNorman Collection: The Chapel Royal, Palermo, 1860. Creator: Macquaid

The Chapel Royal, Palermo, 1860. Creator: Macquaid
The Chapel Royal, Palermo, 1860. Interior of...the splendid Capilla Reale...which may be said to unite three styles together - the Greek, Romanesque, and Saracenic

Background imageNorman Collection: Castle of Aci Castello on a lava rock off the coast of Catania, 1778. Creator: Louis Ducros

Castle of Aci Castello on a lava rock off the coast of Catania, 1778. Creator: Louis Ducros
Castle of Aci Castello on a lava rock off the coast of Catania, 1778. Drawing from the album Voyage to Italy, Sicily and Malta

Background imageNorman Collection: St. Albans Abbey, from the South-West, 1856. Creator: Unknown

St. Albans Abbey, from the South-West, 1856. Creator: Unknown
St. Albans Abbey, from the South-West, 1856. When King Henry the Eighth suppressed the monasteries, a rich clothier named Stump bought the church for £400

Background imageNorman Collection: St. Albans Abbey: the Choir and High Altar, 1856. Creator: Unknown

St. Albans Abbey: the Choir and High Altar, 1856. Creator: Unknown
St. Albans Abbey: the Choir and High Altar, 1856. During its whole history as an abbey church, it was from time to time enriched by accessories, such as monuments, screens, &c. &c

Background imageNorman Collection: William II (Rufus), (c1911). Creator: Unknown

William II (Rufus), (c1911). Creator: Unknown
William II (Rufus), (c1911). The second Norman king of England. From an engraved portrait in the British Museum'. Published in "The Portrait Book of Our Kings and Queens 1066-1911"

Background imageNorman Collection: William I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

William I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
William I, (c1911). The first Norman king of England. From an engraved portrait in the British Museum'. Published in "The Portrait Book of Our Kings and Queens 1066-1911", edited by T

Background imageNorman Collection: Norman, D. Mrs. portrait photograph, 1925 July 22. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Norman, D. Mrs. portrait photograph, 1925 July 22. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Norman, D. Mrs. portrait photograph, 1925 July 22

Background imageNorman Collection: Rev. M.W.D. Norman, D.D. 1902. Creator: Unknown

Rev. M.W.D. Norman, D.D. 1902. Creator: Unknown
Rev. M.W.D. Norman, D.D. 1902

Background imageNorman Collection: Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; Easby Abbey, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; Easby Abbey, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; Easby Abbey, 1890.From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageNorman Collection: Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; An old Norman Arch at Easby Abbey, 1890

Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; An old Norman Arch at Easby Abbey, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; An old Norman Arch at Easby Abbey, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageNorman Collection: Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; The Castle, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; The Castle, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Richmond, Yorkshire and the Surrounding Neighbourhood; The Castle, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageNorman Collection: Ponteland Church, Northumberland, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Ponteland Church, Northumberland, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Ponteland Church, Northumberland, 1854. Church of St Mary the Virgin, ...built, probably, in the early part of the thirteenth century, although its tower betokens an earlier date

Background imageNorman Collection: Archway Leading to Grammar School, Bristol, n.d. Creator: Henry Stacy Marks

Archway Leading to Grammar School, Bristol, n.d. Creator: Henry Stacy Marks
Archway Leading to Grammar School, Bristol, n.d. Attributed to Henry Stacy Marks

Background imageNorman Collection: Glastonbury Abbey - North Door of St. Joseph's Chapel, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Glastonbury Abbey - North Door of St. Joseph's Chapel, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Glastonbury Abbey - North Door of St. Joseph's Chapel, 1850. Ruined medieval abbey in Glastonbury, Somerset. View showing...the North Portal of St

Background imageNorman Collection: Glastonbury Abbey - interior of St. Joseph's Chapel, from the Crypt, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Glastonbury Abbey - interior of St. Joseph's Chapel, from the Crypt, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Glastonbury Abbey - interior of St. Joseph's Chapel, from the Crypt, 1850. Ruined medieval abbey in Glastonbury, Somerset

Background imageNorman Collection: Installation of the Bishop of Norwich - the Procession in the Nave of Norwich Cathedral, 1850

Installation of the Bishop of Norwich - the Procession in the Nave of Norwich Cathedral, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Installation of the Bishop of Norwich - the Procession in the Nave of Norwich Cathedral, 1850. On Thursday week (January 24), the solemn inauguration of Dr

Background imageNorman Collection: The Grand Musical Festival in Gloucester Cathedral, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Grand Musical Festival in Gloucester Cathedral, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Grand Musical Festival in Gloucester Cathedral, 1850....the effect of the interior - the nave, with its massive Norman columns and round arches

Background imageNorman Collection: Opening of the Whitehaven and Furness Junction Railway - St. Bees Priory Church, 1850

Opening of the Whitehaven and Furness Junction Railway - St. Bees Priory Church, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Opening of the Whitehaven and Furness Junction Railway - St. Bees Priory Church, 1850. The Priory Church of St Mary and St Bega was founded c 1120

Background imageNorman Collection: Part of Holyrood Palace and Abbey, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Part of Holyrood Palace and Abbey, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Part of Holyrood Palace and Abbey, 1850. Exterior of the abbey and Palace of Holyrood at Edinburgh in Scotland. Holyrood Abbey was founded in 1128, by David II

Background imageNorman Collection: Interior of Upton Church, Bucks. 1850. Creator: Unknown

Interior of Upton Church, Bucks. 1850. Creator: Unknown
Interior of Upton Church, Buckinghamshire, 1850. St Laurence's Church at Upton-cum-Chalvey, 12th-century Norman. The interior presents a sad picture of desolation

Background imageNorman Collection: Door of Upton Church, Bucks. 1850. Creator: Unknown

Door of Upton Church, Bucks. 1850. Creator: Unknown
Door of Upton Church, Buckinghamshire, 1850. 12th-century Norman door at St Laurence's Church, Upton-cum-Chalvey. Of late years

Background imageNorman Collection: Meeting of the Archaeological Institute...Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Meeting of the Archaeological Institute...Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Meeting of the Archaeological Institute - Professor Willis's Visit to Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford, 1850. the Rev. Professor Willis delivered his lecture on the Cathedral

Background imageNorman Collection: Camden Town Engine Sheds, c. 1935, (1945). Creator: Norman Wilkinson

Camden Town Engine Sheds, c. 1935, (1945). Creator: Norman Wilkinson
Camden Town Engine Sheds, c. 1935, (1945). London, Midland & Scottish Railway poster of steam locomotives at Camden Motive Power Depot in north London

Background imageNorman Collection: The death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1944). Creator: Unknown

The death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1944). Creator: Unknown
The death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, (1944). The Latin reads: Harold Rex Interfectus Est - King Harold is killed



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