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Palaces are grand and luxurious buildings that have been used by royalty throughout history

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Background imagePalaces Collection: View of the Universal Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, built by Joseph Paxton for

View of the Universal Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, built by Joseph Paxton for
JLJ4584903 View of the Universal Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, built by Joseph Paxton for the occasion, in 1851 in London (Hyde Park). Engraving from 1851

Background imagePalaces Collection: Buckingham Palace is the official London residence

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace, originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace EAW654371

Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace EAW654371
SELHURST PARK, London. Aerial view of the home of Crystal Palace Football Club. Photographed in 1996 when the Eagles under Dave Bassett were plying their trade in Division One

Background imagePalaces Collection: Nonsuch Palace / Speed

Nonsuch Palace / Speed
Nonsuch Palace, Surrey

Background imagePalaces Collection: Pedestrian Subway, Crystal Palace Parade DP232791

Pedestrian Subway, Crystal Palace Parade DP232791
Crystal Palace Parade, Crystal Palace, Bromley and Southwark, Greater London. Byzantine-style vaulting in red and cream brick and chequered floors in alternating stone

Background imagePalaces Collection: Crystal Palace CC97_01549

Crystal Palace CC97_01549
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A view of the palace from the south east looking over the grounds (late 19th century). It was built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park

Background imagePalaces Collection: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert musical

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert musical
Giant shoe of the Priscilla, Queen of the Desert musical at the Palace Theatre, London, England

Background imagePalaces Collection: Old London Bridge a98_05984

Old London Bridge a98_05984
Extract from an engraving showing the City of London from Southwark. Major monuments are recorded, including Old London Bridge

Background imagePalaces Collection: 1854 Crystal Palace Dinosaurs by Baxter 1

1854 Crystal Palace Dinosaurs by Baxter 1
1854. Sydenham Crystal Palace with Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins dinosaur sculptures in the foreground. 11cm x 16.3 cm. Miniature colour print by the George Baxter patent process of mutiple ink blocks

Background imagePalaces Collection: Kensington Palace and Gardens, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Kensington Palace and Gardens, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: England / Blenheim Palace

England / Blenheim Palace
The seat of the duke of Marlborough

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners

Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners
Football - 1910 / 1911 season - Bradford City Team Group 1911 FA Cup Winners. Beat Newcastle Utd 1-0 in a replay at Old Trafford after 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace

Background imagePalaces Collection: Henry VIII J010074

Henry VIII J010074
AUDLEY END HOUSE, Essex. The Saloon - detail of " King Henry VIII" by Biagio REBECCA (1735-1808). The painting is based on a picture in Hampton Court Palace attributed to Joos Van Cleve

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bridge, lake and house, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Bridge, lake and house, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England

Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England

Background imagePalaces Collection: Eltham Palace J990112

Eltham Palace J990112
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Interior view of the Entrance Hall

Background imagePalaces Collection: Band of the Coldstream Guards marching past Buckingham Palace during the rehearsal for Trooping

Band of the Coldstream Guards marching past Buckingham Palace during the rehearsal for Trooping the Colour, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: British Empire Exhibition 1924 EPW010737

British Empire Exhibition 1924 EPW010737
BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION, London. Photographed in June 1924 at Wembley, Middlesex. Its official aim was " to stimulate trade

Background imagePalaces Collection: Eltham Palace engraving K031289

Eltham Palace engraving K031289
ELTHAM PALACE, London. " The North-East View of Eltham Palace in the County of Kent" Coloured engraving by Samuel and Nathaniel BUCK 1735

Background imagePalaces Collection: EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs. Pankhurst arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, while trying to present a petition to King George V, 21 May 1914

Background imagePalaces Collection: England / Southend-On-Sea

England / Southend-On-Sea
A glimpse of Pier Hill, seen from across the Boating Lake, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, with the impressive Palace Hotel in the background

Background imagePalaces Collection: Royal Pavilion, Brighton, Sussex, England

Royal Pavilion, Brighton, Sussex, England

Background imagePalaces Collection: Big Ben Clock Tower CC73_02867

Big Ben Clock Tower CC73_02867
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Inside the clock tower. Maintenance on Big Ben clock face

Background imagePalaces Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on their coronation day, Buckingham Palace, 1953

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on their coronation day, Buckingham Palace, 1953
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of their coronation, Buckingham Palace, 1953. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Souvenir sepia photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge

Souvenir sepia photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge and a Telephone Box in London, England
Souvenir photos of tourist attractions in London, England showing scenes of Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Red Telephone Box

Background imagePalaces Collection: Souvenir photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, and a Telephone Box in London, England

Souvenir photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, and a Telephone Box in London, England
Souvenir photos of tourist attractions in London, England showing scenes of Buckingham Palace, Guards, Big Ben, Red Telephone Box

Background imagePalaces Collection: Water fountain and statue in the garden before Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Water fountain and statue in the garden before Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: Leeds Castle 24978_031

Leeds Castle 24978_031
LEEDS CASTLE, Kent. Aerial view. First built in 1119, the castle became a royal palace for Edward I and Eleanor of Castile in 1278, who added the successive gatehouse defences of the barbican

Background imagePalaces Collection: England / Blenheim Palace

England / Blenheim Palace
Distant view from the north, seen from across the lake

Background imagePalaces Collection: Blenheim Palace 29885_018

Blenheim Palace 29885_018
Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. An aerial view of Blenheim Palace, 2016

Background imagePalaces Collection: Buckingham Palace, near Green Park, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Buckingham Palace, near Green Park, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: No, No Nanette by Frank Mandel

No, No Nanette by Frank Mandel
Promotional postcard for No No Nanette by Frank Mandel, Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar; music Vincent Youmans. (Globe Theatre, New York, 16th September 1925)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Eltham Palace c. 1604 N110031

Eltham Palace c. 1604 N110031
ELTHAM PALACE. Reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of Eltham Palace in about 1604, based primarily on two surveys by Thorpe. The surviving Great Hall can be seen in the centre of the picture

Background imagePalaces Collection: Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85

Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and River Thames taken from the balloon Corona on 22nd May 1909 at 4:30pm

Background imagePalaces Collection: Maidstone, Kent

Maidstone, Kent
The Archbishops Palace at Maidstone, Kent Date: 1907

Background imagePalaces Collection: Eltham Palace c. 1653 K990276

Eltham Palace c. 1653 K990276
ELTHAM PALACE, London. A view, said to be by Peter Stent, of Eltham Palace just before the major demolitions in the 1650s. The queens apartments are to the left and the kings to the right

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexandra Palace 24398_032

Alexandra Palace 24398_032
ALEXANDRA PALACE, Muswell Hill, London. Alexandra Palace was built in 1873 as a North London counterpart to Crystal Palace in Sydenham, South London

Background imagePalaces Collection: CJ8 3660 Ferrari Roma

CJ8 3660 Ferrari Roma
Ferrari Roma, Salon Prive, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, September 2020

Background imagePalaces Collection: Charles I and Speaker Lenthall, c1850, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Charles I and Speaker Lenthall, c1850, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Charles I and Speaker Lenthall, c1850, (1947). On 4 January 1642, King Charles I (1600-1649, standing, in hat) entered the House of Commons to arrest five Members of Parliament for high treason

Background imagePalaces Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaurs DD004597

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs DD004597
Prehistoric animal sculptures in Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, London. Photographed by Paul Barkshire, 18th May 1983. The dinosaur sculptures were constructed by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins in

Background imagePalaces Collection: Inside the clock face of Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905

Inside the clock face of Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905. Photo published in Parliament Past and Present by Arnold Wright and Philip Smith, (London, c1905)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Capture Of Guy Fawkes, 1605, (c1850)

The Capture Of Guy Fawkes, 1605, (c1850). Fawkes was an English conspirator who attempted to blow up the houses of Parliament on November 5th

Background imagePalaces Collection: Millenium Wheel (London Eye) with Big Ben on the skyline beyond at sunset, London

Millenium Wheel (London Eye) with Big Ben on the skyline beyond at sunset, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great

England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great
The Crystal Palace. Cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London for Great Exhibition of 1851. Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton (1803-1865). Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imagePalaces Collection: Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild

Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild
Rothschild broke in and trained several zebras to pull a trap, which he memorably used to visit Buckingham Palace in 1898 Date: 1898

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Tudors IC132_004

The Tudors IC132_004
King Henry VIII of England, based on the portrait of Henry by Hans Holbein the Younger. In the background is the gatehouse of his residence, Hampton Court Palace. Illustration by Ivan Lapper, 1990s

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bombed St Thomas Hospital

Bombed St Thomas Hospital
The site of an air raid, which severely damaged St Thomas Hospital, London, May 1941. The Palace of Westminster and Big Ben can be seen across the Thames

Background imagePalaces Collection: Virginia Courtaulds bedroom, Eltham Palace N100744

Virginia Courtaulds bedroom, Eltham Palace N100744
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Interior view. Virginia Courtaulds bedroom



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Palaces Collection

Palaces are grand and luxurious buildings that have been used by royalty throughout history. In England, United Kingdom, they have been a symbol of power and wealth for centuries. Many of they were built in the Middle Ages as residences for kings or other members of the royal family. Some of these palaces still exist today, such as Buckingham Palace in London and Versailles in France. These grand structures are often filled with beautiful artwork, furniture, tapestries, and other decorations that reflect the wealth and power of those who lived there. It also served as places to hold important meetings or events between rulers from different countries or regions. Today many of they can open to visitors who can explore their rich history and learn more about how they were used by royalty throughout history.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Palaces collection from Media Storehouse offers a stunning array of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the magnificent palaces of England. Our collection showcases some of the most iconic and historic buildings in Europe including Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Each piece is expertly crafted to capture the grandeur and beauty of these architectural marvels. Whether you are looking for a statement piece for your living room or a unique gift for someone special, our collection has something to offer everyone. The high-quality printing techniques used by Media Storehouse ensure that each print is vibrant and long-lasting. From classic black-and-white photographs to colourful modern interpretations, there is no shortage of options when it comes to decorating your home with images from the Palaces collection. Explore this stunning range today and bring a touch of regal elegance into your life.
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What are Palaces (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse are high-quality reproductions of paintings, drawings, and photographs that depict the grandeur and beauty of palaces in England, United Kingdom, and Europe. These art prints showcase the architectural marvels of iconic structures such as Buckingham Palace, Versailles Palace, Windsor Castle, and many more. The collection features a diverse range of styles and mediums including watercolors, oil paintings, vintage posters, black-and-white photographs to name a few. The prints are available in various sizes to suit different spaces - from small frames for home decor to large canvases for office or commercial settings. These Palaces art prints offer an opportunity to bring a touch of history and elegance into any space. They make great gifts for lovers of architecture or anyone who appreciates fine art. Whether you're looking for something classic or contemporary there is sure to be a print that will capture your imagination at Media Storehouse.
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What Palaces (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of art prints featuring various palaces located in England, the United Kingdom, and Europe. These include popular landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, and the Tower of London. Additionally, there are also prints available showcasing lesser-known but equally stunning palaces like Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire or Château de Versailles in France. The art prints come in different sizes and formats to suit your preferences. You can choose from traditional framed prints or opt for canvas or metal wall art for a more contemporary look. The images are printed using high-quality materials to ensure that they retain their vibrancy and clarity over time. Whether you're looking to decorate your home with beautiful artwork or searching for unique gifts for friends and family who love history and architecture, we have an extensive collection of palace-themed art prints that will cater to your needs.
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How do I buy Palaces (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To purchase Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring some of the most iconic palaces in England, including Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. Once you have found the print that you like, simply select the size and format that suits your needs and add it to your cart. We offer a range of printing options, including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints on high-quality paper. You can also choose from a variety of sizes to suit your space. Once you have completed your order, Media Storehouse will process it promptly and ship it directly to your door. Whether you are looking for a stunning piece of wall art or a unique gift for someone special, Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse are sure to impress.
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How much do Palaces (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

The cost of Palaces art prints in England, United Kingdom, and Europe varies depending on various factors such as the size of the print, the type of paper used, and whether it is a limited edition or open edition print. The price range for these prints can be quite broad to cater to different budgets. Typically, smaller sized open edition prints are more affordable than larger sized limited edition prints. Additionally, some artists may charge more for their work due to their reputation or popularity. However, there are also many talented emerging artists whose works are priced reasonably. Purchasing a Palaces art print can be an excellent investment for those who appreciate fine art and want to add beauty and sophistication to their homes or offices. With so many options available from Media Storehouse alone - one is sure to find something that suits both taste and budget.
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How will my Palaces (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you in a secure and protective packaging. The prints are carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube, ensuring that they arrive at your doorstep in pristine condition. The package is then shipped directly to your address via standard mail or courier service. Media Storehouse takes great care in delivering their products to customers all over the world. They work with trusted shipping partners who have years of experience in handling delicate items such as art prints. You can rest assured that your order will be handled with utmost care and attention throughout the delivery process. Upon receiving your package, it is recommended that you unroll the print immediately and lay it flat on a clean surface for a few hours before framing or displaying it. This allows the paper to settle after being rolled up during transit, ensuring that it hangs perfectly straight when framed. Media Storehouse ensures safe and reliable delivery of your Palaces art prints right to your doorstep.