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Sunday Gallery

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

Choose from 45 pictures in our Sunday 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.


The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship'd in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Creator Featured Print

The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship'd in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Creator

The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship'd in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Depiction of Saxon deities or Germanic gods which gave their names to the days of the week. 1: Sunday ('The Idoll of the Sun'); 2: Monday ('The Idoll of the Moone'); 3: Tuesday ('The Idoll of Tuysco or Tuisco'); 4: Wednesday ('The Idoll Woden'); 5: Thursday ('The Idoll Thor'); 6: Friday ('The Idoll Friga'); 7: Saturday ('The Idol Seater or Saturnus')

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Middlesex Street (Late Petticoat Lane) on a Sunday Morning, 1891. Artist: William Luker Featured Print

Middlesex Street (Late Petticoat Lane) on a Sunday Morning, 1891. Artist: William Luker

Middlesex Street (Late Petticoat Lane) on a Sunday Morning, 1891. Petticoat Lane Market, a fashion and clothing market in the East End of London, consists of two adjacent street markets. Wentworth Street Market is open six days a week and Middlesex Street Market is open on Sunday only. From London City: Its History - Streets - Traffic - Buildings - People by W. J. Loftie. [The Leadenhall Prefs, London, 1891]

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Mr Gladstone reading the lessons in Hawarden Church, late 19th century.Artist: Sydney Prior Hall Featured Print

Mr Gladstone reading the lessons in Hawarden Church, late 19th century.Artist: Sydney Prior Hall

Mr Gladstone reading the lessons in Hawarden Church, late 19th century. William Ewart Gladstone MP (1809-1898), British Liberal Prime Minister, was born in Liverpool and educated at Oxford from where in 1832 he embarked on his political career. He became Prime Minister in 1868, and then a further two times in 1880 and 1886. Whilst in power Gladstone brought in major reforms to Ireland and established a system of national education in England. He lived in Hawarden Castle in north Wales, the home of his wife's family. Here he reads the lesson in the local church, St Deiniol's

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