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Choose from 147 pictures in our John Milton 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.


St Giles Cripplegate FF003274 Featured John Milton Print

St Giles Cripplegate FF003274

The Church of St Giles and the Barbican Estate, City of London, 1962-??4. John Gay (1909-??99), cellulose acetate negative. The Church of St Giles in Cripplegate Ward dates from the 16th century, and it is associated with some of the nation'??s most significant historic figures, including Oliver Cromwell, the author John Bunyan and the poet John Milton. A bombing raid on 29 December 1940 reduced the church to ruins, and the neighbourhood was destroyed by fire. St Giles was restored by 1960 to become the parish church for the high-rise Barbican Estate, designed by Chamberlin, Powell & Bon, and built between 1959 and 1982

© Historic England

The Three Graces - L'Allegro by William Edward Frost Featured John Milton Print

The Three Graces - L'Allegro by William Edward Frost

Coloured engraving after L'Allegro by William Edward Frost inspired by lines 11 to16 of the poem L'Allegro by John Milton. The Three Graces from Greek mythology are led in dance by the nymph Euphrosyne, who personifies joy or mirth, playing a tambourine. She is accompanied by her sisters, Aglaia representing elegance and Thalia, embodying youth and beauty. They were the daughters of Zeus and came to symbolise pagan beauty

© duncan1890

John Milton (1608-1674). British poet. Paradise lost. Colore Featured John Milton Print

John Milton (1608-1674). British poet. Paradise lost. Colore

John Milton (1608-1674). British poet. Paradise Lost. Epic poem in blank verse. It was originally published in 1667 in ten books. Colored engraving depicting the encounter of three poets in three different ages born in Greece, Italy and England. Edition printed in London in 1727. Library of Catalonia. Barcelona

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans