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Celtic Collection

"Celtic: A Tapestry of Art, History

Background imageCeltic Collection: Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club

Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club
Parkhead Stadium Fine Art, home of Celtic Football Club. Going to the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Matchday perfectly

Background imageCeltic Collection: Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club

Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club
Celtic Park in the Parkhead area of Glasgow, Scotland, is the home ground of Celtic Football Club. With a capacity of 60, 411, it is the largest football stadium in Scotland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club

Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club
Parkhead Stadium Fine Art, home of Celtic Football Club. At the Game painted in fine detail by the talented artist James Muddiman captures the atmosphere of Matchday perfectly

Background imageCeltic Collection: Traversing the Aonach Eagach Ridge above Glencoe, Scottish Highlands

Traversing the Aonach Eagach Ridge above Glencoe, Scottish Highlands

Background imageCeltic Collection: Initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th or early 8th century

Initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th or early 8th century. Gospel of St John the Evangelist, originally produced in Lindisfarne, North East England

Background imageCeltic Collection: Irish Dancers

Irish Dancers
A crowd watching girls performing traditional Irish dancing at Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Druids - Bringing in the Mistletoe, 1890 (oil on canvas)

The Druids - Bringing in the Mistletoe, 1890 (oil on canvas)
GLS219810 The Druids - Bringing in the Mistletoe, 1890 (oil on canvas) by Henry, George (1858-1943) and Hornel, Edward A. (1864-1933); 152.4x152.4 cm; Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow

Background imageCeltic Collection: A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris

A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris
A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. From " Costume & Fashion - The Evolution of European Dress Through the Earlier Ages", by Herbert Norris. [J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, E. P

Background imageCeltic Collection: Boadicea (Boudica)

Boadicea (Boudica)
Boadicea (Boudica, 30-61 AD), a queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe. Seen here in an imaginary Victorian illustration

Background imageCeltic Collection: BOOK OF LINDISFARNE. The beginning of the Gospel of St. John, before 698 AD?

BOOK OF LINDISFARNE. The beginning of the Gospel of St. John, before 698 AD?

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Battersea Shield, Celtic, from early Iron Age in the first century AD

The Battersea Shield, Celtic, from early Iron Age in the first century AD, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCeltic Collection: Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt

Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt
Queen Boudicca of the Iceni tribe inciting the Britons to revolt against Roman domination. circa 60 AD

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic bronze swords

Celtic bronze swords
Bronze swords of the Celts, found in Ireland. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration of artifacts

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic Football Club 1905-1906

Celtic Football Club 1905-1906
Group photo, Celtic Football Club 1905-1906: Davis (Trainer), Campbell, M Leod, Watson, Hamilton, M Nair, Wilson, Garry, M Court, Adams, Young, Hay, Bennett, M Menemy, Loney, Quinn, Somers, M Nair

Background imageCeltic Collection: Druid carrying mistletoe

Druid carrying mistletoe and a sickle. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Forth Rail Bridge, Firth of Forth, Edinburgh, Scotland

The Forth Rail Bridge, Firth of Forth, Edinburgh, Scotland. The 2.5 km.(1.5 mile) Bridge was the worlds first major steel bridge, 1890

Background imageCeltic Collection: Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700

Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700. Latin text with intricate decoration inspired by Celtic designs. From the Gospel of St Luke, Lindisfarne Gospels

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Uffington bronze age white horse

The Uffington bronze age white horse
Head of the Uffington white horse with modern pagan flower tribute in the eye. The Uffington White horse (Oxfordshire, UK) consists of a series of trenches dug into a hill and filled with chalk

Background imageCeltic Collection: Druids collecting sacred mistletoe

Druids collecting sacred mistletoe
Druid ceremony gathering mistletoe in the forest. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ben Alligin and Liathach seen across Loch Torridon, Wester Ross, Scotland

Ben Alligin and Liathach seen across Loch Torridon, Wester Ross, Scotland

Background imageCeltic Collection: St Matilda / Butler Lives

St Matilda / Butler Lives
SAINT MATILDA Queen of Henry I of Germany, noted for her philanthropy; she founded many convents

Background imageCeltic Collection: Mosaic of Nine Muses, from Augusta Treverorum (Trier)

Mosaic of Nine Muses, from Augusta Treverorum (Trier)
Gallo-Roman civilization, 3rd-4th century - Mosaic of the Nine Muses, from Augusta Treverorum (Trier)

Background imageCeltic Collection: Killkenny, Ireland. The dramatic Spectacle of the Rock of Cashel and its gravesites

Killkenny, Ireland. The dramatic Spectacle of the Rock of Cashel and its gravesites

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ireland, County Louth, High Cross, Monasterboise, 9th Century

Ireland, County Louth, High Cross, Monasterboise, 9th Century

Background imageCeltic Collection: Eilean Donan castle

Eilean Donan castle at high tide. The castle is located on a small island in Loch Duich, in the western Highlands, Scotland, UK

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic Monastery, Skellig Michael, UNESCO World Heritage Site, County Kerry

Celtic Monastery, Skellig Michael, UNESCO World Heritage Site, County Kerry, Munster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Background imageCeltic Collection: Clan Tartans, Inverness, Scotland

Clan Tartans, Inverness, Scotland

Background imageCeltic Collection: A Moment of Action: Lisa Swanson Slips Past Lisa Quigley in the Celtic vs Rangers Ladies Match at

A Moment of Action: Lisa Swanson Slips Past Lisa Quigley in the Celtic vs Rangers Ladies Match at Lennoxtown
24-08-08 Celtic V Rangers Ladies: Lisa Swanson Slips Past Lisa Quigley during the Ladies League Match at Celtic FC Training Ground at Lennoxtown, Glasgow

Background imageCeltic Collection: Conquer Hill, Clontarf

Conquer Hill, Clontarf
A view of Conquer Hill at Clontarf in Ireland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Rangers Triumph Over Celtic: A 2-1 Victory (March 16, 2003)

Rangers Triumph Over Celtic: A 2-1 Victory (March 16, 2003)
Rangers 2 Celtic 1 16/03/03

Background imageCeltic Collection: Scotland / Iona Cross

Scotland / Iona Cross
St Martins Cross on the Isle of Iona

Background imageCeltic Collection: Thrilling Rangers Victory: 2-1 over Celtic - March 16, 2003

Thrilling Rangers Victory: 2-1 over Celtic - March 16, 2003
Rangers 2 Celtic 1 16/03/03

Background imageCeltic Collection: Passionate Pre-Season Clash: Unwavering Wolves Fans Face Off Against Celtic

Passionate Pre-Season Clash: Unwavering Wolves Fans Face Off Against Celtic
Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters

Background imageCeltic Collection: Football Stadium - Scotland - Celtic FC - Parkhead

Football Stadium - Scotland - Celtic FC - Parkhead
Celtic Park is the home stadium of Celtic Football Club, in the Parkhead area of Glasgow, Scotland. With a capacity of 60, 411, it is the largest football stadium in Scotland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Cernunnos, the Celtic Horned God from the Pillar of the Boatmen of Paris, AD14-37

Cernunnos, the Celtic Horned God from the Pillar of the Boatmen of Paris, AD14-37. Constructed by Gaulish sailors. Discovered in 1710 within the foundations of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris

Background imageCeltic Collection: illustration from the The Book of Kells, 800 (illumination)

illustration from the The Book of Kells, 800 (illumination)
529903 illustration from the The Book of Kells, 800 (illumination) by Irish School, (9th century); (add.info.: (Dublin, Trinity College Library), is an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic cross, St Brynach Church, Nevern, South Wales

Celtic cross, St Brynach Church, Nevern, South Wales
A 10th century Celtic cross in the churchyard of the Norman Church of St Brynach, Nevern, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Four Evangelists, from a facsimile copy of the Book of Kells, pub

The Four Evangelists, from a facsimile copy of the Book of Kells, pub
STC386340 The Four Evangelists, from a facsimile copy of the Book of Kells, pub. by Day & Son (colour litho) by Irish School

Background imageCeltic Collection: Temptation of Christ, from a facsimile copy of the Book of Kells

Temptation of Christ, from a facsimile copy of the Book of Kells
STC429621 Temptation of Christ, from a facsimile copy of the Book of Kells, published by Day & Son (colour litho) by Irish Photographer (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCeltic Collection: GROSSE ILE: MONUMENT, 1909. The inauguration of the monument dedicated to the Irish

GROSSE ILE: MONUMENT, 1909. The inauguration of the monument dedicated to the Irish immigrants who died during a typhus outbreak in 1847, in Gross Ile, Quebec, Canada. Photograph, 15 April 1909

Background imageCeltic Collection: GROSSE ILE: MONUMENT, 1909. A monument dedicated to the Irish immigrants who died

GROSSE ILE: MONUMENT, 1909. A monument dedicated to the Irish immigrants who died during a typhus outbreak in 1847, in Gross Ile, Quebec, Canada. Photograph, 1909

Background imageCeltic Collection: Two Celtic players have a well earned sleep with their European Cup trophy

Two Celtic players have a well earned sleep with their European Cup trophy. Celtic have just beaten Inter-Milan 2-1 in Lisbon, Portugal to win the trophy. Picture taken 29th May 1967

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ireland, County Mayo, Castlebar, Turlough Round Tower, 9th century

Ireland, County Mayo, Castlebar, Turlough Round Tower, 9th century

Background imageCeltic Collection: Gundestrup Cauldron, showing Celtic horned god Cernunnos with torc, Denmark, c100 BC

Gundestrup Cauldron, showing Celtic horned god Cernunnos with torc, Denmark, c100 BC

Background imageCeltic Collection: Man dressed in traditional Celt or Finnish attire

Man dressed in traditional Celt or Finnish attire
Turanian of Finland in traditional clothing, similar to that worn by the ancient Celts. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageCeltic Collection: Clonmacnoise, Ireland, site of an early Christian abbey

Clonmacnoise, Ireland, site of an early Christian abbey
Celtic cross amid ruins of the 6th-century abbey at Clonmacnoise, Ireland. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageCeltic Collection: Sun-wheel on a Celtic quern, Ireland

Sun-wheel on a Celtic quern, Ireland
Sun-wheel carved on a quern, a primative grinding-stone, Ireland. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century photograph

Background imageCeltic Collection: Queen Maeve

Queen Maeve from The Queens Sword. 1928



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"Celtic: A Tapestry of Art, History, and Culture" Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry heritage as we explore the diverse facets that define this captivating civilization. From Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club to the enchanting Lindisfarne Gospels, prepare to be captivated by the allure artistry. Step foot into Parkhead Stadium Fine Art - Celtic Football Club, where passion for football intertwines with a deep-rooted sense of identity. Feel the electric atmosphere as fans unite under a sea of green and white, celebrating their beloved team's triumphs. Travel back in time to late 7th or early 8th century with an initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels. Marvel at its intricate illuminations and ornate calligraphy, showcasing the artistic prowess that flourished within Celtic monastic communities. Embark on an exhilarating journey through Scotland's breathtaking landscapes as you traverse the Aonach Eagach Ridge above Glencoe. Let your spirit soar amidst majestic mountains and rugged terrain while connecting with nature's raw beauty. Uncover tales of bravery and defiance embodied by Boadicea (Boudica), a warrior queen who fearlessly led her people against Roman oppression. Her indomitable spirit echoes throughout history, inspiring generations to stand up for what they believe in. Witness grace personified as Irish dancers take center stage, their nimble feet tapping out ancient rhythms passed down through generations. Experience firsthand how music and dance are woven into every fiber culture. Delve into antiquity with glimpses from BOOK OF LINDISFARNE; marvel at St. John's Gospel dating back before 698 AD—a testament to both religious devotion and artistic mastery preserved over centuries. Behold architectural brilliance exemplified by The Forth Rail Bridge spanning across Firth of Forth in Edinburgh—an engineering marvel that stands tall as a symbol ingenuity and craftsmanship.