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Parliament Gallery

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

Choose from 336 pictures in our Parliament 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.


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King William IV, Lord Henry Brougham and Lord Charles Grey, 1832.Artist: F Wentworth

King William IV, Lord Henry Brougham and Lord Charles Grey, 1832. On 7th May 1832, Prime Minister Grey and Henry Brougham met the king and asked him to create a large number of Whig peers in order to get their Reform Bill passed in the House of Lords. Following William's refusal, Grey's government resigned and William IV asked the leader of the Tories, the Duke of Wellington, to form a new government. However, a number of Tories were unwilling to join a cabinet that was in opposition to the views of the vast majority of the people in Britain, and so William was forced to ask Grey to return to office. Once again Lord Grey asked the king to create a large number of new Whig peers. This time William consented and iwhen the Lords heard the news, they agreed to pass the Reform Act.

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Queen Anne (1665-1714) handing over the white staff to the Earl of Shrewsbury, c1714. Artist: Unknown

Queen Anne (1665-1714) handing over the white staff to the Earl of Shrewsbury, c1714. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II. The Act of Union between England and Scotland was passed during Anne's reign, making her the last monarch to hold the separate titles of Queen of England and Queen of Scotland. From Cassell's Illustrated History of England.

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William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons, c1642 (1893). Artist: Unknown

William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons, c1642 (1893). Born at Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, Lenthall (1591-1662) became Speaker of the House of Commons in the Long Parliament of 1640. When, in 1642, Charles I entered the Commons to arrest five opposition leaders, Lenthall refused to reveal their whereabouts. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by J R Green, illustrated edition, Volume III, Macmillan and Co, London, New York, 1893.

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