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Images Dated 2009 February

Choose from 225 pictures in our Images Dated 2009 February collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


William I, Prince of Orange, (1816).Artist: Charles Turner Featured February Image

William I, Prince of Orange, (1816).Artist: Charles Turner

William I, Prince of Orange, (1816). Known as William the Silent (1533-1584), he was the leader of the Dutch revolt against the Spanish that sparked the Eighty Years War and led to the independence of the United Provinces in 1648. In 1580 William was declared an outlaw with a price on his head by Philip II of Spain and was assassinated by Balthasar Gerard, a French Catholic, four years later. A print from Fifteen Splendid Portraits of Royal Personages, engraved in mezzotinto by Richard Earlom, Charles Turner and R Dunkarton, printed by J McCreery, Black Horse Court, Fleet Street, London, 1816

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Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, (1912) Featured February Image

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, (1912)

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, (1912). Painted on paper. Georgiana Cavendish (1757-1806) was famous for her beauty, her political campaigning, gambling, and unorthodox domestic arrangements. Her best friend was also her husband's mistress, and Georgiana tolerated a menage a trois for many years. She herself bore a child out of wedlock. A print from One Hundred Silhouette Portraits, Horace Hart, at the University of Oxford Press, 1912

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Henry IV, King of France, (1816).Artist: Charles Turner Featured February Image

Henry IV, King of France, (1816).Artist: Charles Turner

Henry IV, King of France, (1816). Henry (1553-1610) became King of Navarre in 1572 and ascended the French throne as the first Bourbon King of France in 1594. A Protestant, he fought in the French Wars of Religion, but after becoming king he converted to Catholicism and in 1598 signed the Edict of Nantes, granting religious freedoms to the Protestants and bringing the conflict to an end. He was murdered by a fanatical Catholic in 1610. A print from Fifteen Splendid Portraits of Royal Personages, engraved in mezzotinto by Richard Earlom, Charles Turner and R Dunkarton, printed by J McCreery, Black Horse Court, Fleet Street, London, 1816

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