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Christmas Eve - about 1460 by Pauline Baynes Featured Related Images Print

Christmas Eve - about 1460 by Pauline Baynes

Christmas Eve, as celebrated in 1460 with children bringing in holly and the Yule Log to be lit on Christmas Day, and other joining in a last minute carol practice, while the lord of the manor sends his seasonable gifts of cheer and goodwill to the poor tenants. A holly wreath hangs from the weathercock and inside, a kissing bough is being fixed in place, the table linen, pewter and gold plate is arranged in readiness for the next day and one of the ladies carries a Twelfth Night cake which will be cut to mark the end of the Christmas celebrations

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Jonzen - female nude OP32774 Featured Related Images Print

Jonzen - female nude OP32774

Festival of Britain 1951. Lambeth, London. A terracotta sculpture of a female nude by Karin Jonzen produced for the South Bank Exhibition. This work is one of the sculpture commissions made by the Arts Council for the Festival of Britain in 1951

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Refreshment Room - Royal Botanic Society's Gardens, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Related Images Print

Refreshment Room - Royal Botanic Society's Gardens, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Refreshment Room - Royal Botanic Society's Gardens, 1844. The spring exhibition of this society was held on Tuesday at the inner circle of the Regent's Park [in London]; and, taking into consideration the early period of the year, the show was certainly the finest of the kind we have ever witnessed. An intimation of the rarity and forwardness of the specimens for exhibition succeeded in attracting the attention of Royalty. Her Majesty and Prince Albert, attended by the Marchioness of Douro, Colonel Buckley, and Colonel Bouverie, had, before the public were admitted, a private view of the plants and flowers. The weather was beautifully fine, and the grounds were crowded by a numerous and fashionable company'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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