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Richard Ii Collection

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Scene from 'King Richard the Second', at the Princess Theatre, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Scene from "King Richard the Second", at the Princess Theatre, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Scene from "King Richard the Second", at the Princess Theatre, 1857. London stage production of Shakespeare's "Richard II" with Charles Kean in the title role

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Mr. MacReady, as Richard II, at the Haymarket Theatre, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Mr. MacReady, as Richard II, at the Haymarket Theatre, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Mr. MacReady, as Richard II, at the Haymarket Theatre, [London], 1850....the scene of the Monarch's deposition, and particularly that beautiful part of it where the poet

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Bodiam Castle, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Bodiam Castle, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Bodiam Castle, 1898. 14th-century moated castle in East Sussex built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III with permission of Richard II to defend against French invasion

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: New College, from the Gardens, 1898. Creator: Unknown

New College, from the Gardens, 1898. Creator: Unknown
New College, from the Gardens, 1898. New College, Oxford founded 1379 by William of Wykeham by royal charter of King Richard II. From " Our Own Country, Volume III"

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Henry VII, (1457-1509), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Henry VII, (1457-1509), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Henry VII, (1457-1509), 1830. Henry VII (1457-1509) seized the crown on 22 August 1485 from Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, (1367-1400), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Richard II, (1367-1400), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Richard II, (1367-1400), 1830. Richard II (1367-c1400) King of England from 1377 until he was deposed in 1399. During his first years government was in the hands of regency councils

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Bolingbrokes False Homage to Richard II. at Flint Castle, 1836. Creators: Unknown

Bolingbrokes False Homage to Richard II. at Flint Castle, 1836. Creators: Unknown
Bolingbrokes False Homage to Richard II. at Flint Castle, 1836. Henry Bolingbroke kneels before King Richard II at Flint Castle in Wales

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion

Richard II, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion
Richard II, 1773. Richard II of England, (1367-c1400), sone of Edward the Black Prince, was 10 years old when he succeeded to the throne, challenged during his reign by the Peasants Revolt of 1381

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Death of Richard II. 1400, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers

Death of Richard II. 1400, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers
Death of Richard II. 1400, (late 18th century), (mid 19th century). Engraving after a painting made c1792, depicting a possible scenario for the death of King Richard II of England (1367-1400)

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: The Monument of King Richard II. and Ann his Queen, in Westminster Abbey, mid 18th century

The Monument of King Richard II. and Ann his Queen, in Westminster Abbey, mid 18th century. Tomb of King Richard II (1367-1400) and Anne of Bohemia (1366-1394) at Westminster Abbey in London

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, c1390, (1909)

Richard II, c1390, (1909). The reign of Richard II (1367-1400) began in 1377 and was characterised by intermittent periods of tension between the king and the barons

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Queen Isabella and her ladies, c1870. Artist: Thomas Sherratt

Queen Isabella and her ladies, c1870. Artist: Thomas Sherratt
Queen Isabella and her ladies, c1870. 19th century imagining of a scene from Richard II, play by William Shakespeare, showing Isabella of Valois (1389-1409) queen consort of Richard II

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Queen Isabella and Her Ladies (King Richard II), c1870. Artist: T Sherratt

Queen Isabella and Her Ladies (King Richard II), c1870. Artist: T Sherratt
Queen Isabella and Her Ladies (King Richard II), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: A white hart chained with a crown around its neck (The outside panel of the Wilton Diptych)

A white hart chained with a crown around its neck (The outside panel of the Wilton Diptych), Between 1395 and 1399. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Henry Bolingbroke demanding the throne of Richard II of England, Flint, Wales, 1399 (1864)

Henry Bolingbroke demanding the throne of Richard II of England, Flint, Wales, 1399 (1864). After being banished and disinherited by the King, Henry Bolingbroke (c1366-1413), Duke of Lancaster

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: The body of Richard II brought to St Pauls Cathedral, London, 1400 (1864). Artist

The body of Richard II brought to St Pauls Cathedral, London, 1400 (1864). Artist
The body of Richard II brought to St Pauls Cathedral, London, 1400 (1864). After he died in prison at Pontefract Castle in unknown circumstances

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: King Richard II stops the duel between the Dukes of Hereford and Norfolk, 1398 (1864)

King Richard II stops the duel between the Dukes of Hereford and Norfolk, 1398 (1864). Thomas de Mowbray (1366-1399), 1st Duke of Norfolk, and Henry Bolingbroke (c1366-1413), 1st Duke of Hereford

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Queen Anne intercedes with Gloucester and Arundel for Sir Simon de Burley, 1388 (1864)

Queen Anne intercedes with Gloucester and Arundel for Sir Simon de Burley, 1388 (1864). The Earls of Gloucester and Arundel were two of the five powerful nobles known as the Lords Appellant

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Nobles before King Richard II, Westminster, 1387 (1864)

Nobles before King Richard II, Westminster, 1387 (1864). Lords Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick before the King, who demands the removal of the traitors who were about him

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: King Richard II meets the rebels at Smithfield, Peasants Revolt, 1381 (1864). Artist

King Richard II meets the rebels at Smithfield, Peasants Revolt, 1381 (1864). Artist
King Richard II meets the rebels at Smithfield, Peasants Revolt, 1381 (1864). After William Walworth, the Mayor of London, killed Wat Tyler, the leader of the rebellion

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: King Richard II with his father Edward III, (1799)

King Richard II with his father Edward III, (1799). Regarded as one of the most successful of Englands medieval monarchs, Edward III (1312-1377) reigned from 1327

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, King of England, (18th century). Artist: George Vertue

Richard II, King of England, (18th century). Artist: George Vertue
Richard II, King of England, (18th century). The reign of Richard II (1367-1400) was characterised by intermittent periods of tension between the king and the barons

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Young King Richard Quells the Rebellion, c1907

Young King Richard Quells the Rebellion, c1907. From My Book of True Stories. [Blackie and Son Limited, London]

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, 1935

Richard II, 1935.Richard (1367-1400) was the son of Edward the Black Prince, Prince of Wales, and Joan The Fair Maid of Kent

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Death of Wat Tyler, 1882. Artist: Anonymous

Death of Wat Tyler, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
Death of Wat Tyler, 1882. Private Collection

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, 1856. Artist: Alfred Crowquill

Richard II, 1856. Artist: Alfred Crowquill
Richard II, 1856. From Alfred Crowquills Comic History of the Kings and Queens of England - From William the Conqueror to the Present Time. [Read & Co. London, 1856]

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: King Richard II, 1735. Artist: George Vertue

King Richard II, 1735. Artist: George Vertue
King Richard II, 1735. King of England from 1377 until deposition on 30 September 1399, House of Plantagenet. Took revenge on the Lord Appellants, whom he had executed or exiled

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: A Woman of the Time of Richard II, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop

A Woman of the Time of Richard II, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop
A Woman of the Time of Richard II, 1907. From English Costume, painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1907]

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: The body of Richard brought to St. Paul s, 1400 (1864). Artists: James William Edmund Doyle

The body of Richard brought to St. Paul s, 1400 (1864). Artists: James William Edmund Doyle, King Richard II
The body of Richard brought to St. Paul s, 1864. The body of Richard II, (1367-1400) brought to St Pauls Cathedral, London

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Meeting of Richard and Henry, 1399 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Meeting of Richard and Henry, 1399 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Meeting of Richard and Henry, 1864. Henry VI, (1367-1413) kneels before Richard II, (1367-1400) at Flint Castle, Wales 1399. From A Chronicle of England B.C. 55 - A.D. 1485 by James E. Doyle

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, 1387 (1864)

Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, 1387 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, Westminster, 1387 (1864). The Lords Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick before King Richard II

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard assumes the command of the rebels, 1381 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Richard assumes the command of the rebels, 1381 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Richard assumes the command of the rebels, 1864. King Richard II of England, (1367-1400) assumes the command of the rebels, after the death of their leader Wat Tyler in 1381

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: A Practical Joke. Deposition of Richard II, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

A Practical Joke. Deposition of Richard II, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
A Practical Joke. Deposition of Richard II, c1860, (c1860). On 29th September 1399 Richard II (1367-1400) abdicated in favor of Henry Bolingbroke (1367-1413) who became King Henry IV

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II. conducted a prisoner to Chester, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Richard II. conducted a prisoner to Chester, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Richard II. conducted a prisoner to Chester, c1860, (c1860). On 29th September 1399 Richard II (1367-1400) abdicated in favor of Henry Bolingbroke (1367-1413) who became King Henry IV

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Lancaster Swearing Fealty to Richard II, 1838

Lancaster Swearing Fealty to Richard II, 1838. Richard II (1367-1400), King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399. From The History of England, Vol. 1, by David Hume, Esq

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Queen of Richard II. Interceeding for the Life of Sir Simon Burley, 1838

Queen of Richard II. Interceeding for the Life of Sir Simon Burley, 1838
Queen of Richard II. Interceding for the Life of Sir Simon Burley, 1838. Anne of Bohemia (1366-1394), Queen of England as the first wife of King Richard II Anne interceded on behalf of Simon Burley

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, (1367-1400), c1787

Richard II, (1367-1400), c1787. Also known as Richard of Bordeaux, was King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399. He succeeded the throne at the age of ten

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard thinks it high time he managed his own affairs, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Richard thinks it high time he managed his own affairs, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Richard thinks it high time he managed his own affairs, c1860, (c1860). Richard II (1367-1400) King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Little Richard, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Little Richard, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Little Richard, c1860, (c1860). Richard II (1367-1400) King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399. Richard was crowned at Westminster Abbey on 29th May 1328 aged eleven

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, King of England from 1377, (1932). Artist: Rosalind Thornycroft

Richard II, King of England from 1377, (1932). Artist: Rosalind Thornycroft
Richard II, King of England from 1377, (1932). Richard (1367-1400) reigned from 1377 until he was deposed by Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Lancaster, in 1399

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: A Man of the Time of Richard II, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop

A Man of the Time of Richard II, 1907. Artist: Dion Clayton Calthrop
A Man of the Time of Richard II, 1907. From English Costume, painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1907]

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: King Richard The Seconds Entry Into London, 1859. Artist: Robert Thew

King Richard The Seconds Entry Into London, 1859. Artist: Robert Thew
King Richard The Seconds Entry Into London, 1859. After James Northcote (1736 - 1841). King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: The Death of Wat Tyler, 1859. Artist: John Rogers

The Death of Wat Tyler, 1859. Artist: John Rogers
The Death of Wat Tyler, 1859. Walter Wat Tyler (died 15 June 1381). Leader of the 1381 Peasants Revolt in England, marched with a group of rebels from Canterbury to London to oppose the institution

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: Richard II, 1859. Artist: George Vertue

Richard II, 1859. Artist: George Vertue
Richard II, 1859. King of England from 1377 until deposition on 30 September 1399, House of Plantagenet. Took revenge on the Lord Appellants, whom he had executed or exiled

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: The Peasants Revolt of 1381, 1804 (1906). Artist: John Harris the Elder

The Peasants Revolt of 1381, 1804 (1906). Artist: John Harris the Elder
The Peasants Revolt of 1381, 1804 (1906). King Richard II and his council go down the Thames in a barge to confer with the rebels

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: A Noble Lady, 1927. Artist: Herbert Norris

A Noble Lady, 1927. Artist: Herbert Norris
A Noble Lady, 1927. A noble woman in the time of Richard II. From Costume & Fashion, Volume Two, Senlac to Bosworth 1066-1485, by Herbert Norris. [J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd. London and Toronto, 1927]

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: My lord, the mind of Bolingbroke is chang d; You must to Pomfret, not unto the Tower, c1875

My lord, the mind of Bolingbroke is chang d; You must to Pomfret, not unto the Tower, c1875. A scene from Shakespeares Richard II. From The Illustrated Library Shakespeare

Background imageRichard Ii Collection: The landing of the Lady de Coucy at Boulogne, 1399 (1905)

The landing of the Lady de Coucy at Boulogne, 1399 (1905). Bringing news of the imprisonment of King Richard II of England to Charles VI of France. From Cassells History of England, Vol



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