Skip to main content

St Pauls Cathedral Collection

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Panorama of the City of London, 1710. Artist

Panorama of the City of London, 1710. Artist
Panorama of the City of London, 1710. View of the City of London from the south bank of the River Thames with the Royal arms in the top left and the City arms in the top right

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Sir Richard Steeles Cottage, Hampstead, 1831 to 1832. Creator: John Constable

Sir Richard Steeles Cottage, Hampstead, 1831 to 1832. Creator: John Constable
Sir Richard Steeles Cottage, Hampstead; A View of London, with Sir Richard Steeles House; Sir Richard Steeles Cottage; Hampstead Heath; Sir Richard Steeles Cottage at Hampstead; View of London with

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, c1680

Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, c1680. Christopher Wren (1632-1723) rebuilt fifty-one churches in the City of London after the Great Fire, constructed the new St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). Creator: Unknown

King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). Creator: Unknown
King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). The Duke and Duchess of York with their children Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose and the Duke and Duchess of Kent leaving St

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Ludgate Hill, London, 1872

Ludgate Hill, London, 1872. A scene of traffic congestion, with a railway viaduct (centre), and the dome of St Pauls visible in the distance

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Monument of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, in old St Pauls Cathedral, City of London, 1656

Monument of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, in old St Pauls Cathedral, City of London, 1656. Tomb of the Earl of Pembroke and his wife, Anne Parr

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: London Bridge (new), London, 1831

London Bridge (new), London, 1831
View of London Bridge, London, opened by King William IV and Queen Adelaide in 1831. In the foreground figures stand on decorated ships and barges looking towards the dome of St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Thames waterman and his boat on the beach at Bankside, London, 1926-1927. Artist: McLeish

Thames waterman and his boat on the beach at Bankside, London, 1926-1927. Artist: McLeish
Thames waterman and his boat on the beach at Bankside, London, 1926-1927. St Pauls Cathedral is on the opposite bank. Illustration from Wonderful London, volume I, edited by Arthur St John Adcock

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: [Man on riverbank]. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult

[Man on riverbank]. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult
[Man on riverbank]. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls from bankside. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult

St Pauls from bankside. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult
St Pauls from bankside. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The tower of Great Paul. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult

The tower of Great Paul. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult
The tower of Great Paul. From the album: Photograph album - London, 1920s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls from Bankside, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult

St Pauls from Bankside, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult
St Pauls from Bankside, 1920s

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The last of the old Fleet Prison, 1868. Creator: Unknown

The last of the old Fleet Prison, 1868. Creator: Unknown
The last of the old Fleet Prison, [London], 1868. 'The last remnant...has now disappeared, after existing nearly eight centuries, including two centuries as a prison for debtors

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Front page of the 'Illustrated London News', 1868. Creator: Unknown

Front page of the "Illustrated London News", 1868. Creator: Unknown
Front page of the "Illustrated London News", 4 January 1868. "The Illustrated London News", founded by Herbert Ingram and first published in 1842

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The railway works at Blackfriars and opening towards Ludgate Hill...from the temporary bridge, 1864

The railway works at Blackfriars and opening towards Ludgate Hill...from the temporary bridge, 1864
The railway works at Blackfriars and opening towards Ludgate Hill, viewed from the temporary bridge, [London], 1864. View...overlooking, on its eastern side

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The works of the Metropolitan extension railway in Smithfield, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson

The works of the Metropolitan extension railway in Smithfield, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson
The works of the Metropolitan extension railway in Smithfield, [London], 1864. View from the bottom of Cow-cross and St. John-street towards the south-west

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: American Flag Day in London, 10 Apr 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

American Flag Day in London, 10 Apr 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
American Flag Day in London, Apr 1917. A carriage arriving at St. Paul's Cathedral in London for a service commemorating the engagement of the United States in World War I

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Thames Embankment Works, viewed from King's College, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson

The Thames Embankment Works, viewed from King's College, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson
The Thames Embankment Works, viewed from King's College, [London], 1864....when the embankment is finished, running as it will from Pimlico to Blackfriars-bridge, and beyond it

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Wellington Tomb in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The Wellington Tomb in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The Wellington Tomb in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, [London], 1858....the resting-place of the remains of the great Duke of Wellington in our metropolitan cathedral have been completed

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral, showing the improvements recently made, with the new... 1860

The Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral, showing the improvements recently made, with the new... 1860
The Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral, showing the improvements recently made, with the new eastern transept in the foreground, 1860

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The First Evening Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, on Advent Sunday, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The First Evening Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, on Advent Sunday, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The First Evening Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, on Advent Sunday, [London], 1858. A circle of small jets of gas runs round the cornice [of the dome] - a succession of minute beads of light

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller

View of the interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller
View of the interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1753

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller

View of the interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller
View of the interior of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1753

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London seen from the northwest side, 1753

View of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London seen from the northwest side, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller
View of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London seen from the northwest side, 1753

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
A general view of the city of London, next the river Thames, 1751

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the city of London seen from the north side, 1753. Creator: Stevens

View of the city of London seen from the north side, 1753. Creator: Stevens
View of the city of London seen from the north side, 1753. A North View of London'. Saint Paul's Cathedral in the middle

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the city of London seen from the north side, 1753. Creator: Stevens

View of the city of London seen from the north side, 1753. Creator: Stevens
View of the city of London seen from the north side, 1753. Saint Paul's Cathedral in the middle

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the city of London seen from the River Thames, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller

View of the city of London seen from the River Thames, 1753. Creator: Johann Michael Muller
View of the city of London seen from the River Thames, 1753. A View of The Tower [of London], with the Bridge, & part of the city of London. From the river'

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of London Bridge over the River Thames in London, seen from the garden of Somerset House, 1750

View of London Bridge over the River Thames in London, seen from the garden of Somerset House, 1750. In the background Saint Paul's Cathedral

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London seen from the northwest side, 1722-after 1758

View of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London seen from the northwest side, 1722-after 1758. On the left is a statue of Queen Anne

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the city of London, 1745-1775. Creator: Anon

View of the city of London, 1745-1775. Creator: Anon
View of the city of London, 1745-1775. Old London Bridge over the River Thames, Saint Paul's Cathedral beyond. In the background at left Westminster Abbey

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Diamond Jubilee: Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, c1900. Creator: W.D

The Diamond Jubilee: Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, c1900. Creator: W.D
The Diamond Jubilee: Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, c1900. Queen Victoria celebrates 60 years on the throne, 22 June 1897....the steps of St

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Front page, Vol. 28, Jan. to June 1846. Creator: Unknown

Front page, Vol. 28, Jan. to June 1846. Creator: Unknown
Front page, Vol. 28, Jan. to June 1846. Allegorical figures, with references to London's position as an international port, and centre for the arts and sciences

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1700-1799. Creator: Anon

View of the choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1700-1799. Creator: Anon
View of the choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, 1700-1799

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of the choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, in or after 1752-1766. Creator: Thomas Bowles

View of the choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, in or after 1752-1766. Creator: Thomas Bowles
View of the choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, in or after 1752-1766

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: The Peace Rejoicings - Hoisting the Royal Standard at the Tower of London, 1856. Creator: W Thomas

The Peace Rejoicings - Hoisting the Royal Standard at the Tower of London, 1856. Creator: W Thomas
The Peace Rejoicings - Hoisting the Royal Standard at the Tower of London, 1856. Celebrating the end of the Crimean War. From "Illustrated London News", 1856

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St. Paul's from Under Waterloo Bridge, Low Tide, 1862. Creator: Thomas Moran

St. Paul's from Under Waterloo Bridge, Low Tide, 1862. Creator: Thomas Moran
St. Paul's from Under Waterloo Bridge, Low Tide, 1862

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Silver Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary, 6 May 1935, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Silver Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary, 6 May 1935, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Silver Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary, 6 May 1935, (1947). Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral. The Duke and Duchess of York, (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth)

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: View of London from the Roof of Arundel House, [c1646], 1854. Creator: Unknown

View of London from the Roof of Arundel House, [c1646], 1854. Creator: Unknown
View of London from the Roof of Arundel House, [c1646], 1854. Panorama with the River Thames:part of the view of London, from the embattled roof of Arundel-house

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Ground Plan, showing the Position of Wellington's Tomb, in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1854

Ground Plan, showing the Position of Wellington's Tomb, in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1854. At the time of the Duke's funeral much difference of opinion existed as to the part of

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Tomb of the late Duke of Wellington, in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1854

Tomb of the late Duke of Wellington, in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1854. Creator: Charles William Sheeres
Tomb of the late Duke of Wellington, in the Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, [London], 1854. At the time of the Duke's funeral much difference of opinion existed as to the part of the Crypt in

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Reverse of the 'Wren' Medal, 1850. Creator: Unknown. Reverse of the 'Wren' Medal, 1850

Reverse of the "Wren" Medal, 1850. Creator: Unknown. Reverse of the "Wren" Medal, 1850
Reverse of the "Wren" Medal of the Art-Union of London, 1850. Medal commemorative of Sir Christopher Wren, just issued by the Art-Union of London...The reverse bears the west front of St

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: Anniversary Meeting of the Charity Children in St. Paul's Cathedral, Jun 6, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Anniversary Meeting of the Charity Children in St. Paul's Cathedral, Jun 6, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Anniversary Meeting of the Charity Children in St. Paul's Cathedral, [London], Jun 6, 1850....never did the sunbeams which occasionally streamed through the vaulted dome seem so much like

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: In the Kitchener Memorial Chapel of St. Pauls Cathedral, c1935. Creator: Unknown

In the Kitchener Memorial Chapel of St. Pauls Cathedral, c1935. Creator: Unknown
In the Kitchener Memorial Chapel of St. Pauls Cathedral, c1935. The All Souls Chapel at St Pauls in London was dedicated to the memory of British Field Marshal Lord Kitchener (1850-1916) in 1925

Background imageSt Pauls Cathedral Collection: St Pauls, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies

St Pauls, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies
St Pauls Cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the Christopher Wren-designed replacement of 1675, to the one that burned down in the Fire of 1666, seen from the Millennium Bridge



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping