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Anglo Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 442 pictures in our Anglo 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.


Saint Sola, Anglo-Saxon monk in Germany Featured Print

Saint Sola, Anglo-Saxon monk in Germany

Saint Sola (-794), an Anglo-Saxon monk who left England for Germany, where he studied under Saint Boniface. He lived as a hermit, and later founded an abbey at Solnhofen, where he died. According to legend, he had a notable encounter with a wolf. Date:

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Signing of Anglo-US loan agreement Featured Print

Signing of Anglo-US loan agreement

The signing of the Anglo-U.S. loan agreement in Washington D.C. on 6 December 1945 following twelve weeks of negotiation. From left to right: Lord (John Maynard) Keynes, chief of the British financial mission; Lord Halifax, British ambassador; Mr Byrnes, U.S. Secretary of State; and Mr Vinson, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. Date: 6 December 1945

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Dress of the reign of King Henry II, Curtmantle, 1154-1189 Featured Print

Dress of the reign of King Henry II, Curtmantle, 1154-1189

Dress of the reign of King Henry II, Curtmantle, 1154-1189. . Long red ermine-lined mantle over long green dress, white veil and wimple. Based on an effigy of Queen Eleanora in Fontevraud Abbey, Miss Agnes Strickland's description of this dress, and Matthew Paris's Observations and Quotations. Handcoloured lithograph from Costumes of British Ladies from the Time of William the First to the Reign of Queen Victoria, London, Dickinson & Son, 1840.

© Florilegius / Mary Evans