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Johnstone can be found in Strathclyde, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

Choose from 158 pictures in our Johnstone 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.

Aston Villa Football Club, 1896 Featured Johnstone Print

Aston Villa Football Club, 1896

Photograph of the Aston Villa Football Club, with the team for the 1896-1897 season. The photograph shows: Back row, left to right: G.B. Ramsay (Secretary), Dr. V.A. Jones, J.Grierson (Trainer), H.Spencer, F.Cooper, T.Wilkes, J. Ansell (President), D. Hodgetts, J.E. Margoschis (Chairman), C.S. Johnstone, J. Welford, I. Whitehouse, W. McGregor, J.T. Lees, F.W. Rinder. Middle row, seated, left to right: R. Chatt, J.W. Crabtree, J. Reynolds, Jas. Cowan, J. Devey (Captain), F. Burton, D. Athersmith, J. Campbell. Front row, on ground, left to right: S. Smith, John Cowan

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Lord and Lady Derwent by Madame Yevonde Featured Johnstone Print

Lord and Lady Derwent by Madame Yevonde

Portrait of Lord and Lady Derwent by Madame Yevonde. Lady Derwent was the Comtesse Sabine Czaykowska, daughter of General Iliesco, former Chief of Staff of the Romanian Army, and of Madame Iliesco of 12, Rue Alexandre, Lahovary, Bucharest. Lord Derwent succeeded his uncle, the second peer, in 1920 and was the son of the Hon. Edward Henry Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, who was the second son of the first Lord Derwent. Lord Derwent's family seat was Hackness Hall, Scarborough.

© Yevonde Portrait Archive/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant Featured Johnstone Print

The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant

A rare mezzotint of High Leicestershire Lights of the past enjoying breakfast before a hunt. From left to right are Massey Stanley, the Earl of Wilton, Count Matuszevic, Lord Gardner, Walter Little Gilmour, Lyne Stevens, a servant, Sir Frederick Johnstone, Lord Rokeby, Lord Forester, Lord Kinnaird and Roland Errington. Lord Forester, standing by the fire, became Master of the Belvoir, and hunted that country for twenty-eight years. Mr Gilmour and Lord Gardner were well known for their cooks and cellars and the latter was also a poet. Mr Errington was Master of the Quorn from 1835 to 1838. The artist, once President of the Royal Academy, was knighted at the age of fifty-six and lived most of his life in Melton in the heart of Leicestershire hunting country. His family preferred that he should be buried there rather than in St. Paul's Cathedral. Date: 1835

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans