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Background imageHospitals Collection: View down Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London

View down Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London
A superb postcard view down Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London - the detial is incredible, with individual shops identifiable, the pavements as busy (as they ever are)

Background imageHospitals Collection: St Thomas Hospital

St Thomas Hospital
August 1919: St Thomas Hospital on the south bank of the River Thames, London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageHospitals Collection: Entrance, Christs Hospital School

Entrance, Christs Hospital School
Pupils stand outside the entrance to Christs Hospital School

Background imageHospitals Collection: Hotel Dieu (Hospital of God), Beaune, Burgundy, France, Europe

Hotel Dieu (Hospital of God), Beaune, Burgundy, France, Europe

Background imageHospitals Collection: St. Bartholomews Hospital, 18th Century

St. Bartholomews Hospital, 18th Century
St. Bartholomews Hospital. 18th century engraving of the buildings of St. Bartholomews Hospital at Smithfield in the City of London. Also known as Bart s, the hospital was founded in 1123

Background imageHospitals Collection: Whipps Cross Hospital, Essex

Whipps Cross Hospital, Essex
Part of Whipps Cross Hospital, Leytonstone, Essex. Several patients can be see in beds on the open balconies. The hospital was opened in 1903 by the West Ham Union for the sick poor in the area

Background imageHospitals Collection: Guys Hospital, St Thomas Street, London

Guys Hospital, St Thomas Street, London Date: circa 1900

Background imageHospitals Collection: West Ham Infirmary, Whipps Cross, Essex

West Ham Infirmary, Whipps Cross, Essex
West Ham Infirmary, Whipps Cross, Leytonstone, Essex, viewed across a small lake. The infirmary, better known as Whipps Cross Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: Charing Cross Hospital, Agar Street, London

Charing Cross Hospital, Agar Street, London
Charing Cross Hospital, Agar Street, near the Strand, London (now Charing Cross Police Station). Date: circa 1905

Background imageHospitals Collection: Glasgow Cathedral and Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Glasgow Cathedral and Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageHospitals Collection: Greenwich 27532_041

Greenwich 27532_041
Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London. Originally founded as a hospital for seamen in the 1690s, its architects include Christopher Wren, Nicholas Hawksmoor and John Vanbrugh

Background imageHospitals Collection: Rochdale Union Workhouse, Dearnley, Lancashire

Rochdale Union Workhouse, Dearnley, Lancashire
The approach to the Rochdale Union workhouse, opened in 1877 at Dearnley, near Rochdale, Lancashire. The site later became Birch Hill Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: Withington Hospital, Manchester

Withington Hospital, Manchester
Entrance to Withington Hospital, Nell Lane, Manchester, opened in 1855 as Chorlton Union workhouse. A horse and carriage stands outside the gates

Background imageHospitals Collection: Whipps Cross Hospital, Essex

Whipps Cross Hospital, Essex
Entrance to Whipps Cross Hospital, Leytonstone, Essex. Several patients can be see in beds on the open balconies. The hospital was opened in 1903 by the West Ham Union for the sick poor in the area

Background imageHospitals Collection: Walton Hospital, Liverpool

Walton Hospital, Liverpool
Walton Hospital, Rice Lane, Walton on the Hill, Liverpool. The central clock tower concealed a large water storage tank. The building was designed by William Culshaw

Background imageHospitals Collection: Congleton Union Workhouse, Arclid, Cheshire

Congleton Union Workhouse, Arclid, Cheshire
Aerial view of Congleton Union workhouse at Arclid, Sandbach, Cheshire. The building, erected in 1844-5, was designed by Henry Bowman. It later became Arclid Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: ASC Barracks, Grove Park, Lewisham

ASC Barracks, Grove Park, Lewisham
Entrance to the ASC (Army Service Corps) Barracks on Marvels Lane, Grove Park, Lewisham, south east London. Two officers and a large dog stand at the entrance

Background imageHospitals Collection: Union Workhouse, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire

Union Workhouse, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire
The Newport Pagnell Union workhouse was erected in 1836 at the junction of London Road and North Crawley Road. It later became Renny Lodge Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: Street view in Antigua, Guatemala, Central America

Street view in Antigua, Guatemala, Central America

Background imageHospitals Collection: City of London Union Infirmary, Mile End Road

City of London Union Infirmary, Mile End Road
Situated where Mile End Road continues as Bow Road, the City of London Union Infirmary (now St Clement's Hospital) opened in 1849 as the City of London Union workhouse

Background imageHospitals Collection: View of the north front of Guys Hospital, Southwark

View of the north front of Guys Hospital, Southwark
GHL189157 View of the north front of Guys Hospital, Southwark, showing a man being stretchered through the front gates, c.1800 (coloured engraving) by English School

Background imageHospitals Collection: Church of the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire, early 20th century(?)

Church of the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire, early 20th century(?). The church of the oldest charitable institution of Britain, almshouses founded in the 12th century. From Winchester

Background imageHospitals Collection: Guys Hospital

Guys Hospital for Incurables in London, 1725. It was founded in 1721 by Sir Thomas Guy. Print by John Bowles. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageHospitals Collection: Kensington Infirmary, West London

Kensington Infirmary, West London
The entrance to Kensington Infirmary on Wrights Lane (now Marloes Road) in West London. The infirmary, designed by Thomas W Aldwinckle, was built in 1893 by the poor law parish of St Mary Abbots

Background imageHospitals Collection: Union Workhouse, Birkenhead, Cheshire

Union Workhouse, Birkenhead, Cheshire
Birkenhead Union workhouse viewed from Church Road, Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead, Cheshire. A group of children stand in the foreground, with the workhouse infirmary behind them

Background imageHospitals Collection: Stained glass window in the Synagogue of the Hadassah hospital showing the Tribes of

Stained glass window in the Synagogue of the Hadassah hospital showing the Tribes of Israel, Benjamin, Ein Karem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageHospitals Collection: Stained glass window in the Synagogue of the Hadassah hospital showing the Tribes of

Stained glass window in the Synagogue of the Hadassah hospital showing the Tribes of Israel, the Reuben, Ein Karem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageHospitals 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 imageHospitals Collection: Facade of the Scuola di San Marco at Venice; now a Hospital (engraving)

Facade of the Scuola di San Marco at Venice; now a Hospital (engraving)
8627300 Facade of the Scuola di San Marco at Venice; now a Hospital (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHospitals Collection: St. Georges Circus in South London

St. Georges Circus in South London
St. Georges Circus in London with the Obelisk or Clocktower, and the Royal Eye Hospital 1930s

Background imageHospitals Collection: Guys Hospital, Southwark, London, c1800. Artist: John Pass

Guys Hospital, Southwark, London, c1800. Artist: John Pass
Guys Hospital, Southwark, London, c1800. View of the north front of the hospital showing a man being stretchered through the front gates

Background imageHospitals Collection: The Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota

The Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota. Date: 1940s

Background imageHospitals Collection: Syria. Krak des Chevaliers

Syria. Krak des Chevaliers. Castle built in the twelfth century by the Knights Hospitaller during the Crusades to the Holy Land

Background imageHospitals Collection: Union Workhouse, Kings Norton, Worcestershire

Union Workhouse, Kings Norton, Worcestershire
Entrance to the Union workhouse on what is now Raddlebarn Road, Kings Norton, Worcestershire, south west of Birmingham. The building, designed by Edward Holmes, was opened in 1870

Background imageHospitals Collection: Italy, Venice, Perspective view of the Grand Canal with the Ospedale della Pieta, engraving by A

Italy, Venice, Perspective view of the Grand Canal with the Ospedale della Pieta, engraving by A. Porzio and A. Della Via, 1686 17th Century, Museo correr (Art Museum)

Background imageHospitals Collection: St Mary Abbots Workhouse, Marloes Road, Kensington, London

St Mary Abbots Workhouse, Marloes Road, Kensington, London
In 1847-8 the parish of St Mary Abbots, Kensington, south west London, erected a workhouse at the east of Wrights Lane (now Marloes Road)

Background imageHospitals Collection: Union Workhouse, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire

Union Workhouse, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire
The Union workhouse erected in 1849-50 at Chamber Hills, Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, on what is now Fountain Street. The site is now Tameside Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: Camberwell Workhouse, East Dulwich, London

Camberwell Workhouse, East Dulwich, London
The administrative block of the Camberwell workhouse opened in 1895 on Constance Road, East Dulwich, south London. The building was designed by Thomas Aldwinckle

Background imageHospitals Collection: Maidstone Union Workhouse, Coxheath, Kent

Maidstone Union Workhouse, Coxheath, Kent
Entrance to the Maidstone Union workhouse. Designed by John Whichcord, it was erected in 1836 on Heath Road in Coxheath. The site later became Linton Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: Union Workhouse, Leigh, Lancashire

Union Workhouse, Leigh, Lancashire
Opened in 1851, the Union workhouse on Leigh Road, Leigh, Lancashire, later became Atherleigh Hospital. This early 1900s view focuses on the recently added workhouse offices and receiving home

Background imageHospitals Collection: Union workhouse, Market Harborough, Leicestershire

Union workhouse, Market Harborough, Leicestershire
The Market Harborough Union workhouse. The inscription on the pediment reads HARBOROUGH UNION WORKHOUSE 1836. At the doorway stands a man and a woman, presumably the master and matron

Background imageHospitals Collection: Brighton County Borough Asylum, Haywards Heath, Sussex

Brighton County Borough Asylum, Haywards Heath, Sussex
Brighton County Borough Asylum at Haywards Heath opened in 1857 as the Sussex County Lunatic Asylum. It became the East Sussex Asylum in 1894 then from 1903-1914 was known as the Brighton County

Background imageHospitals Collection: Edmonton Military Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex

Edmonton Military Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex
Edmonton Military Hospital, erected in 1910 as the infirmary of the Edmonton Union workhouse. It later became part of the North Middlesex Hospital

Background imageHospitals Collection: State Insane Asylum, Austin, Texas, USA

State Insane Asylum, Austin, Texas, USA
View of the State Insane Asylum (now the Austin State Hospital), Austin, Texas, USA. It is the oldest psychiatric hospital in Texas. Date: circa 1905

Background imageHospitals Collection: Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington

Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington. It was established in 1907 in Londons scientific and cultural heartland in South Kensington, as a merger of the Royal College of Science

Background imageHospitals Collection: Oldchurch Hospital, Romford, Essex

Oldchurch Hospital, Romford, Essex
The entrance to Oldchurch Hospital, Oldchurch Road, Romford, Essex. The hospital began life in 1839 as the Romford Union workhouse, designed by Francis Edwards

Background imageHospitals Collection: City of London Infirmary, Bow Road, East London

City of London Infirmary, Bow Road, East London
Situated where Mile End Road continues as Bow Road, the City of London Union Infirmary (now St Clement's Hospital) opened in 1849 as the City of London Union workhouse

Background imageHospitals Collection: St Marys Hospital, Paddington (engraving)

St Marys Hospital, Paddington (engraving)
1095717 St Marys Hospital, Paddington (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Marys Hospital, Paddington)



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Hospitals Collection

Hospitals are complex buildings that require careful planning and design to ensure they meet the needs of patients, staff, and visitors. Architects must consider a range of factors when designing hospitals, including patient flow, infection control measures, accessibility for people with disabilities, and the need for natural light and ventilation. It also require specialized spaces such as operating rooms, intensive care units, emergency departments, and diagnostic imaging suites. In addition to functional considerations, architects must also create welcoming environments that promote healing and reduce stress for patients. Overall hospital architecture plays a crucial role in creating safe and effective healthcare facilities that support the health and well-being of patients.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Hospitals collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and grandeur of hospitals around the world. Our collection features images of both modern and historic hospital buildings, highlighting their unique architectural designs, intricate details, and impressive structures. From towering skyscrapers to sprawling complexes, each print captures the essence of these important institutions in all their glory. Whether you're a healthcare professional or simply appreciate great architecture, our collection offers something for everyone. Each piece is expertly crafted using high-quality materials to ensure long-lasting durability and vibrant colors that will stand out on any wall. With so many options to choose from, it's easy to find the perfect piece to complement your home or office decor. The Hospitals collection is a must-have for anyone who loves beautiful design and wants to add a touch of elegance to their space.
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What are Hospitals (Architecture) art prints?

Hospitals art prints are a collection of high-quality photographic images that showcase the unique and intricate architecture of hospitals from around the world. These prints capture the beauty, complexity, and functionality of hospital buildings in stunning detail, highlighting their design elements such as grand entrances, soaring ceilings, and modern facilities. These art prints are perfect for anyone who appreciates architectural photography or has an interest in healthcare design. They can be used to decorate homes or offices with a touch of sophistication and elegance while also serving as a reminder of the importance of healthcare institutions in our communities. Whether you're looking for black-and-white photographs or vibrant color images, there is something for everyone in this collection. Each print is carefully crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure exceptional quality and durability. Hospitals art prints offer a unique way to appreciate the beauty and functionality of hospital buildings while adding style and character to any space.
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What Hospitals (Architecture) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of hospital architecture art prints that are perfect for those who appreciate the beauty and complexity of medical buildings. You can choose from a variety of styles, including vintage black and white photographs, colorful modern designs, and detailed architectural drawings. Some popular options include images of famous hospitals such as St. Thomas' Hospital in London or Bellevue Hospital in New York City. In addition to traditional prints on paper, Media Storehouse also offers canvas prints that add texture and depth to your walls. These high-quality reproductions are available in a range of sizes to fit any space. Whether you're looking for artwork for your home or office, we have something for everyone with our extensive collection of hospital architecture art prints. With so many options to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect piece that captures the essence of these important institutions.
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To buy Hospitals art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images online. Simply search for the specific artwork or artist that you are interested in and select the print size and format that suits your needs. You can choose from a range of options including canvas, framed prints, posters, and photographic prints. Once you have selected your preferred print type, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. Here you will be prompted to enter your shipping details and payment information before finalizing your order. We offer a wide variety of Hospitals art prints created by talented artists from around the world. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece to display in your home or office, or want to give a unique gift to someone special, there is sure to be something that catches your eye on their website.
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How much do Hospitals (Architecture) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of hospital architecture art prints that are available at varying prices. The cost of these prints depends on several factors such as the size, framing options, and the quality of the print. Our collection includes stunning images of hospitals from around the world captured by talented photographers. We understand that every customer has different preferences and budgets when it comes to purchasing art prints. Therefore, we have made sure to offer a diverse selection of hospital architecture art prints that cater to all tastes and price ranges. Whether you're looking for a small print or a large canvas artwork, our collection has something for everyone. We take pride in offering high-quality products at affordable prices without compromising on the quality or aesthetics. So if you're interested in adding some beautiful hospital architecture art prints to your home or office decor, be sure to check out our extensive collection today.
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How will my Hospitals (Architecture) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Hospitals art prints to you. Once you have placed your order, our team of professionals will carefully print and package your artwork to ensure it arrives in perfect condition. We use high-quality materials for packaging, including sturdy cardboard tubes or flat packages with protective layers. We work with trusted shipping partners who are experienced in handling delicate items such as art prints. Your order will be shipped directly from our printing facility to the address provided during checkout. Upon delivery, please inspect the package carefully before accepting it from the courier. If there is any damage to the packaging or artwork inside, please contact us immediately so that we can resolve the issue as quickly as possible. We hope that you enjoy your Hospitals art prints and appreciate the effort we put into ensuring they arrive safely at your doorstep.