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Images Dated 20th May 2018

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Choose from 3605 pictures in our Images Dated 20th May 2018 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.


'Mary, Lady Monteagle', c1538-1540 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger Featured 20 May 2018 Print

'Mary, Lady Monteagle', c1538-1540 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

'Mary, Lady Monteagle', c1538-1540 (1945). Lady Mary Brandon, Baroness Monteagle (1510-1540/1544), was an English noblewoman, and the daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, by his second wife, Anne Browne.The drawing is part of the Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle. From The Drawings of Holbein at Windsor Castle by K. T. Parker. [The Phaidon Press Ltd, Oxford & London, 1945]

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'Thus Did A Hundred Men Keep Three Thousand Savages At Bay', c1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton Featured 20 May 2018 Print

'Thus Did A Hundred Men Keep Three Thousand Savages At Bay', c1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton

'Thus Did A Hundred Men Keep Three Thousand Savages At Bay', c1908, (c1920). In 1877, Theophilus Shepstone (1817-1893) a British South African statesman was responsible for the annexation of the Transvaal to Britain. One of the reasons given for the annexation was to prevent the Zulu?s attacking the Boers, instead the Zulu?s attacked Natal and later the British Army. From Our Empire Story, by H. E. Marshall [Thomas Nelson And Sons, London, c1920]

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'Losely Place', 1911, (1914). Artist: James S Ogilvy Featured 20 May 2018 Print

'Losely Place', 1911, (1914). Artist: James S Ogilvy

'Losely Place', 1911, (1914). Loseley Park, a historic manor house situated in the hamlet of Littleton, Guildford, Surrey. Loseley appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Losele. The present house was built between 1562 and 1568 with stone brought from the ruins of Waverley Abbey. The present house replaced a smaller one which Elizabeth I declared was not 'adequate' for her to visit. The great hall is the principal room containing panelling from Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace, a minstrel's gallery, carvings by Grinling Gibbons, panels from Henry VIII's banqueting tents and a collection of royal and family portraits. The house contains one of the few paintings of Anne Boleyn. It is a Grade I listed building. From A Pilgrimage In Surrey, Vol. 1, by James S. Ogilvy. [George Routledge & Sons Limited, London, 1914]

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