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Palaces in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, and Europe are some of the most impressive and grand structures in the world

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Background imagePalaces Collection: law, prosperity, travel, british historical event, road, castle, landmark, palace

law, prosperity, travel, british historical event, road, castle, landmark, palace
Stormont castle in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Background imagePalaces Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20120996

EyeUbiquitous_20120996
Ireland, North, Belfast, The Crown Bar facade

Background imagePalaces Collection: Boxer Rebellion in Peking

Boxer Rebellion in Peking
3785252 Boxer Rebellion in Peking; (add.info.: Boxer Rebellion in Peking - British Marines Nordenfeldt gun being used against the Boxers on balcony in British Minister's house overlooking)

Background imagePalaces Collection: India House, Manchester, 1912 (oil on canvas)

India House, Manchester, 1912 (oil on canvas)
3518772 India House, Manchester, 1912 (oil on canvas) by Valette, Adolphe (1876-1942); 142x86 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: A sheltered view down the River Medlock in Manchester)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Bishops Palace, Dromore, 1781 to 1842

The Bishops Palace, Dromore, 1781 to 1842 - a front view of a large detached house with motor car to the left. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Dromore). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imagePalaces Collection: Buckingham Palace, London, 1934 (postcard)

Buckingham Palace, London, 1934 (postcard)
3562789 Buckingham Palace, London, 1934 (postcard) by Unknown photographer, (20th century); (add.info.: London, Great Britain 1930-30/12/1934 Date of Artwork: XVIII -XX sec)

Background imagePalaces Collection: New Bridge over the Thames at Hampton Court, 1754 (engraving)

New Bridge over the Thames at Hampton Court, 1754 (engraving)
6266229 New Bridge over the Thames at Hampton Court, 1754 (engraving) by Canaletto, Antonio (1697-1768) (after); (add.info.: After a work by Canaletto)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The remains of the palace of Philippe le Bel, 1835 (oil on canvas)

The remains of the palace of Philippe le Bel, 1835 (oil on canvas)
NGW336492 The remains of the palace of Philippe le Bel, 1835 (oil on canvas) by Holland, James (1799-1870); 54.9x34.8 cm; National Museum Wales; National Museums & Galleries of Wales

Background imagePalaces Collection: Armagh Palace, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Armagh Palace, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Armagh Palace, 1862. This mansion, the official seat of the Archbishop of Armagh, is situated about half a mile from the city, in a picturesque park, well wooded, and inclosed in a stone wall

Background imagePalaces Collection: Interior of the Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset (b/w photo)

Interior of the Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset (b/w photo)
CLF294173 Interior of the Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: the Bishop's Palace is adjacent to Wells Cathedral)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)

Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)
CLF294156 Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: The Bishop's Palace, in Wells, Somerset)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)

Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)
CLF294160 Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: The Bishop's Palace, in Wells, Somerset)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Moat, Bishop's Palace, Wells (b/w photo)

The Moat, Bishop's Palace, Wells (b/w photo)
CLF294172 The Moat, Bishop's Palace, Wells (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: The Bishop's Palace, in Wells, Somerset)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Old Gatehouse, The Bishop's Palace, Wells (b/w photo)

The Old Gatehouse, The Bishop's Palace, Wells (b/w photo)
CLF294162 The Old Gatehouse, The Bishop's Palace, Wells (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: The Bishop's Palace, in Wells, Somerset)

Background imagePalaces Collection: City Gate, Wells (b/w photo) Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)

City Gate, Wells (b/w photo) Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)
CLF294168 City Gate, Wells (b/w photo) Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: The Bishop's Palace, in Wells, Somerset)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)

Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo)
CLF294163 Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral (b/w photo) by Evans, Frederick Henry (1853-1943); (add.info.: The Bishop's Palace, in Wells, Somerset)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Head studies from cartoons at Hampton Court

Head studies from cartoons at Hampton Court
2625670 Head studies from cartoons at Hampton Court by Hogarth, William (1697-1764); (add.info.: Engraving by british artist & engraver)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Cartoon depicting aspects of the Waterhouse Hawkins's models of dinosaurs in the grounds of

Cartoon depicting aspects of the Waterhouse Hawkins's models of dinosaurs in the grounds of the Crystal Palace
5309058 Cartoon depicting aspects of the Waterhouse Hawkins's models of dinosaurs in the grounds of the Crystal Palace; (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Cartoon depicting aspects of the Waterhouse Hawkins's models of dinosaurs in the grounds of

Cartoon depicting aspects of the Waterhouse Hawkins's models of dinosaurs in the grounds of the Crystal Palace
5309057 Cartoon depicting aspects of the Waterhouse Hawkins's models of dinosaurs in the grounds of the Crystal Palace; (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Linlithgow Palace, 1821 (w/c & bodycolour on paper)

Linlithgow Palace, 1821 (w/c & bodycolour on paper)
MAN278079 Linlithgow Palace, 1821 (w/c & bodycolour on paper) by Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851); 17.2x25.8 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: birthplace of James V)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Oxford Road, Manchester, 1910 (oil on canvas)

Oxford Road, Manchester, 1910 (oil on canvas)
5648385 Oxford Road, Manchester, 1910 (oil on canvas) by Valette, Adolphe (1876-1942); 127.4x101.5 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: An impressionistic, smog-ridden view of Oxford Road)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Terminus of the Severn and Wye at Lydney, 19th century (w/c on paper)

Terminus of the Severn and Wye at Lydney, 19th century (w/c on paper)
7394168 Terminus of the Severn and Wye at Lydney, 19th century (w/c on paper) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); 19x50 cm; Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Telford, Shropshire

Background imagePalaces Collection: Sheet of Studies of the Palaces of Hampton Court and Richmond and Surrounding Countryside

Sheet of Studies of the Palaces of Hampton Court and Richmond and Surrounding Countryside
7394068 Sheet of Studies of the Palaces of Hampton Court and Richmond and Surrounding Countryside, 1558-1561 (pen and brown ink) by Wyngaerde

Background imagePalaces Collection: The 'No-Popery' rioters attacking members of Parliament in Palace Yard, Westminster

The "No-Popery" rioters attacking members of Parliament in Palace Yard, Westminster
3083267 The "No-Popery" rioters attacking members of Parliament in Palace Yard, Westminster, London England during The Gordon Riots of 1780

Background imagePalaces Collection: Riva degli Schiavoni, the Ducal Palace and the Campanile of St. Marks, c

Riva degli Schiavoni, the Ducal Palace and the Campanile of St. Marks, c. 1819-1900 (graphite & w/c on paper)
7400191 Riva degli Schiavoni, the Ducal Palace and the Campanile of St. Marks, c.1819-1900 (graphite & w/c on paper) by Ruskin, John (1819-1900); 24.8x37 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum

Background imagePalaces Collection: Giraffes and their Somali handlers, c. 1905 (gelatin silver print)

Giraffes and their Somali handlers, c. 1905 (gelatin silver print)
622852 Giraffes and their Somali handlers, c.1905 (gelatin silver print) by British Photographer, (19th-20th century); 9.2x13.9 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Emmeline Pankhurst's arrest outside Buckingham Palace, while trying to petition the king

Emmeline Pankhurst's arrest outside Buckingham Palace, while trying to petition the king
STC321076 Emmeline Pankhurst's arrest outside Buckingham Palace, while trying to petition the king, 21st May 1914 (sepia photo) by English Photographer

Background imagePalaces Collection: Crystal Palace Paper - or, Visitors Remembrancer, 1852 (wood engraving)

Crystal Palace Paper - or, Visitors Remembrancer, 1852 (wood engraving)
7389726 Crystal Palace Paper - or, Visitors Remembrancer, 1852 (wood engraving) by Woods, W.R. & Quick, John Vanburgh (19th century); 34x22 cm; Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Telford, Shropshire

Background imagePalaces Collection: Printed to Commemorate the Grand Demonstration of the Ancient Order of Foresters

Printed to Commemorate the Grand Demonstration of the Ancient Order of Foresters, 1885 (wood engraving)
7389738 Printed to Commemorate the Grand Demonstration of the Ancient Order of Foresters, 1885 (wood engraving) by Woods, W.R

Background imagePalaces Collection: Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle
3779143 Conwy Castle; (add.info.: Conwy Castle (formerly anglicised as Conway Castle) is a castle in Conwy, on the north coast of Wales

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Crystal Palace Paper, 1852 (pen with wash on paper)

The Crystal Palace Paper, 1852 (pen with wash on paper)
7389730 The Crystal Palace Paper, 1852 (pen with wash on paper) by Woods, W.R. (19th century); 36x25 cm; Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Telford, Shropshire, UK; (add.info.: Arist: W.R)

Background imagePalaces Collection: King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth outside Buckingham Palace which suffered bomb damage

King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth outside Buckingham Palace which suffered bomb damage on 13 September 1940
529795 King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth outside Buckingham Palace which suffered bomb damage on 13 September 1940, during WWII (photo) by English Photographer

Background imagePalaces Collection: The opening by Queen Victoria of The Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, London, England, 1st May, 1851

The opening by Queen Victoria of The Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, London, England, 1st May, 1851
3062048 The opening by Queen Victoria of The Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, London, England, 1st May, 1851. by English School

Background imagePalaces Collection: Charles I of England and Henrietta of France (painting)

Charles I of England and Henrietta of France (painting)
7130005 Charles I of England and Henrietta of France (painting) by Dyck, Anthony van (1599-1641); Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; (add.info.: Charles I of England and Henrietta of France)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Hampton Court, East Front

Hampton Court, East Front
3782305 Hampton Court, East Front; (add.info.: Hampton Court, East Front by Chas Wilkinson. Taken from Cassell's History of England vol. iii, published by Cassell & Co Ltd, to face p)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Imperial Palace, Peking (now Beijing), China in the 19th century

The Imperial Palace, Peking (now Beijing), China in the 19th century
3062072 The Imperial Palace, Peking (now Beijing), China in the 19th century. by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Portrait of Hans Holbein's wife Elsbeth at Kensington Palace. 1812 (engraving)

Portrait of Hans Holbein's wife Elsbeth at Kensington Palace. 1812 (engraving)
7234599 Portrait of Hans Holbein's wife Elsbeth at Kensington Palace. 1812 (engraving) by Holbein the Younger, Hans (1497/8-1543) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Fallout after the Raja of Benaress arrest, 1781

Fallout after the Raja of Benaress arrest, 1781
3784441 Fallout after the Raja of Benaress arrest, 1781; (add.info.: Fallout after the Raja of Benaress arrest, 1781. Having not fulfilled contract with British East India Company)

Background imagePalaces Collection: King Edward the Confessor sends Harold to Normandy, Bayeux Tapestry (wool embroidery on linen)

King Edward the Confessor sends Harold to Normandy, Bayeux Tapestry (wool embroidery on linen)
XIR158872 King Edward the Confessor sends Harold to Normandy, Bayeux Tapestry (wool embroidery on linen) by English School, (11th century); Musee de la Tapisserie, Bayeux

Background imagePalaces Collection: Queen Victoria watching Prince Albert playing the organ to Felix Mendelssohn, 1842 (engraving)

Queen Victoria watching Prince Albert playing the organ to Felix Mendelssohn, 1842 (engraving)
3586399 Queen Victoria watching Prince Albert playing the organ to Felix Mendelssohn, 1842 (engraving) by Durand, Godefroy (1832-1896); (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: 19th century view of Auckland Castle, aka Auckland Palace, Bishop's Castle or Bishop's Palace

19th century view of Auckland Castle, aka Auckland Palace, Bishop's Castle or Bishop's Palace, Bishop Auckland
1219678 19th century view of Auckland Castle, aka Auckland Palace, Bishop's Castle or Bishop's Palace, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England

Background imagePalaces Collection: Farnham Castle (engraving)

Farnham Castle (engraving)
3779127 Farnham Castle (engraving) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); (add.info.: Farnham castle - first built in 1138 by Henri de Blois, Bishop of Winchester)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The conference between Mary, Queen of Scots and John Knox at Holyrood Palace, 1561

The conference between Mary, Queen of Scots and John Knox at Holyrood Palace, 1561, 1875 (oil on canvas)
7333480 The conference between Mary, Queen of Scots and John Knox at Holyrood Palace, 1561, 1875 (oil on canvas) by Herdman, Robert (1829-88); 160.8x222 cm; Perth Museum & Art Gallery

Background imagePalaces Collection: Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle
3779191 Warwick Castle by Unknown Artist, (19th century); (add.info.: After the Norman conquest of England in the 11th century)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Buckingham Palace, City of Westminster, London, England

Buckingham Palace, City of Westminster, London, England
6317587 Buckingham Palace, City of Westminster, London, England by English School, (19th century); (add.info.: Buckingham Palace, City of Westminster, London, England, 19th century)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Bishops Palace, Derry, where Lord Salisbury stayed (engraving)

The Bishops Palace, Derry, where Lord Salisbury stayed (engraving)
1604323 The Bishops Palace, Derry, where Lord Salisbury stayed (engraving) by Holland Tringham, Joseph (1861-1908); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Bishops Palace, Derry)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Great Unionist Fete at the Crystal Palace (engraving)

The Great Unionist Fete at the Crystal Palace (engraving)
1038194 The Great Unionist Fete at the Crystal Palace (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Great Unionist Fete at the Crystal Palace)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Sunshine and Shade in Ireland, some notes in the South (engraving)

Sunshine and Shade in Ireland, some notes in the South (engraving)
1044976 Sunshine and Shade in Ireland, some notes in the South (engraving) by Hall, Sydney Prior (1842-1922) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sunshine and Shade in Ireland)



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Palaces Collection

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We offer a wide range of art prints featuring various palaces located in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom and Europe. These include stunning images of the iconic Buckingham Palace, the grandeur of Versailles Palace in France, and the beautiful architecture of Prague Castle in Czech Republic. Other popular options include Blenheim Palace in England, Schönbrunn Palace in Austria, and Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. Each print is carefully curated to showcase the unique beauty and history of each palace. The high-quality prints are available on a variety of materials including canvas, framed paper or unframed paper to suit your preferences. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or office or simply want to add some cultural flair to your decor, we have something for everyone. With our extensive collection of palace art prints from Northern Ireland United Kingdom Europe, you're sure to find something that catches your eye.
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We offer a wide range of art prints featuring Palaces in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Europe. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have a variety of options available including framed or unframed prints, canvas prints, and poster prints. Our prices are competitive and reflect the quality of our products. We pride ourselves on offering high-quality art prints that capture the beauty and history of Northern Ireland's palaces. Our selection includes images from famous landmarks such as Hillsborough Castle and Stormont Estate. We understand that everyone has different tastes when it comes to artwork which is why we offer a diverse range to suit all preferences. Whether you're looking for something traditional or contemporary, we have something for everyone at an affordable price point. Our Palace art print collection offers excellent value for money without compromising on quality or style.
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