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1822 Gallery

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Choose from 761 pictures in our 1822 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Brompton in 1822 by George Scharf Featured Print

Brompton in 1822 by George Scharf

View of Brompton in West London in 1822 with what looks like a market garden on the left, backed by country houses and poplars. On the right appears a sign bearing the words, Bishop's Palace. George Scharf was born in Mainburg, Bavaria in 1788. He earned a living painting miniatures during the Napoleonic Wars and settled in England in 1816 where he set about composing an amazing collection of records in watercolours of all the important and interesting sights of the time Date: 1939

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CROMWELL'S ARCH Featured Print

CROMWELL'S ARCH

Cromwell's Arch, Bovey Tracey, Devon. England, is all that remains of a monastery which stood on the site and and was finally demolished in 1822. Date: medieval

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The trial of Bill Burns for beating his donkey, magistrates seemed hesitant to convict Featured Print

The trial of Bill Burns for beating his donkey, magistrates seemed hesitant to convict

The trial of Bill Burns for beating his donkey, magistrates seemed hesitant to convict and couldn't care less about the fate of the ass. Realising that the case was about to be lost, Richard Martin also known as 'Humanity Dick', a MP and animal rights campaigner brought the donkey into an astonished courtroom, where its wounds could be seen. Leading to the world's first known conviction for animal cruelty under the 1822 act known as the 'Martin's Act'.

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