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Christopher Collection

Christopher is a name that echoes throughout history, associated with various artistic and historical creations

Background imageChristopher Collection: A Studio in Montparnasse, c1926, (1935). Creator: CRW Nevinson

A Studio in Montparnasse, c1926, (1935). Creator: CRW Nevinson
A Studio in Montparnasse, c1926, (1935). Nude model and cat by a tall window with a view of Paris rooftops. Painting in the Tate Gallery, London. From " Modern Masterpieces", Part 2

Background imageChristopher Collection: St Pauls Cathedral - Section through Wrens Dome

St Pauls Cathedral - Section through Wrens Dome
A section drawing through the dome of St Pauls Cathedral, the architectural masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren. The inner brick dome stands 218 ft from the floor of the cathedral

Background imageChristopher Collection: How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Creator

How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Creator
How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Playing the 7th Kings Own Scottish Borderers out of their trenches at the Battle of Loos in the midst of the gas attack

Background imageChristopher Collection: The Ant and the Grasshopper. Watercolor by Christopher Sanders depicting Aesops fable

The Ant and the Grasshopper. Watercolor by Christopher Sanders depicting Aesops fable
AESOP: ANT & GRASSHOPPER. The Ant and the Grasshopper. Watercolor by Christopher Sanders depicting Aesops fable

Background imageChristopher Collection: Saxtons Map of Norfolk, 1574, (1944). Creator: Christopher Saxton

Saxtons Map of Norfolk, 1574, (1944). Creator: Christopher Saxton
Saxtons Map of Norfolk, 1574, (1944). Detail of the county of Norfolk, showing rivers, towns and villages, and a ship in The Wash

Background imageChristopher Collection: Cross-section of St. Pauls Cathedral

Cross-section of St. Pauls Cathedral
Measuring and drawing for this elaborate plan showing the construction of St. Paul s, was undertaken by R. B. Brook-Greaves and W. Godfrey Allen. It took five years to make the drawing. 1935

Background imageChristopher Collection: Gunpowder Plot Conspirators

Gunpowder Plot Conspirators
The Gunpowder Plot - The Conspirators, including Guido (Guy) Fawkes and Robert Catesby. Date: 1605

Background imageChristopher Collection: ECKERSBERG: NUDE, c1837. Woman Standing in Front of a Mirror. Oil on canvas

ECKERSBERG: NUDE, c1837. Woman Standing in Front of a Mirror. Oil on canvas, c1837, by the Danish painter, Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg (1783-1853)

Background imageChristopher Collection: NINA: WORLD MAP, 1500. World map, 1500, of Juan de la Cosa, navigator on the Nina on Christopher

NINA: WORLD MAP, 1500. World map, 1500, of Juan de la Cosa, navigator on the Nina on Christopher Columbus second voyage of 1493-94

Background imageChristopher Collection: A. A. Milne with Christopher Robin

A. A. Milne with Christopher Robin
Alan Alexander Milne (1882 - 1956), British author and playwright, pictured with his son, Christopher Robin Milne (1920 - 1996), the inspiration for his famous Winnie the Pooh books

Background imageChristopher Collection: Columbus / Voyage Map

Columbus / Voyage Map
A map showing the voyages of Christopher Columbus

Background imageChristopher Collection: Christopher Columbus, Italian navigator and explorer

Christopher Columbus, Italian navigator and explorer
Christopher Columbus, Italian navigator, coloniser and explorer on behalf of Spain. He undertook four voyages of exploration, first reaching the American continent in 1492

Background imageChristopher Collection: Interior of the Church of St Peter upon Cornhill looking east, City of London, 1825

Interior of the Church of St Peter upon Cornhill looking east, City of London, 1825

Background imageChristopher Collection: Spain (1493). Letter of the queen Isabel I to

Spain (1493). Letter of the queen Isabel I to Christopher Columbus (5th September 1493). SPAIN. Sevilla. General Archives of the Indies

Background imageChristopher Collection: Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, c1680

Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, c1680. Christopher Wren (1632-1723) rebuilt fifty-one churches in the City of London after the Great Fire, constructed the new St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageChristopher Collection: Christopher Columbus at La Rabida, 1872. By F. Adam

Christopher Columbus at La Rabida, 1872. By F. Adam
Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). Genoese navigator. Columbus at the Convent of La Rabida, 1872. Copy by F. Adam of the homonimous painting by Eduardo Cano de la Pena. Maritime Museum. Barcelona

Background imageChristopher Collection: DEATH OF LINCOLN, 1865. Death bed of Lincoln. Lithograph, 1865

DEATH OF LINCOLN, 1865. Death bed of Lincoln. Lithograph, 1865

Background imageChristopher Collection: Plaza Colon and Cathedral, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

Plaza Colon and Cathedral, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Plaza Colon (with statue of Christopher Columbus) and Cathedral (Our Lady of the Candelaria or Candlemas), Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, North Atlantic Ocean. Date: circa 1905

Background imageChristopher Collection: Maps Wrens London

Maps Wrens London
Christopher Wren seizes the opportunity of the Great Fire to draw up plans for a brave new London - which alas will be only partially realised. Date: 1666

Background imageChristopher Collection: Dr Christopher Dresser on a rickshaw, Japan

Dr Christopher Dresser on a rickshaw, Japan
Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) - English designer and theorist - best known as a pivotal figure in the Aesthetic Movement

Background imageChristopher Collection: Blandford Union Workhouse, Blandford Forum, Dorset

Blandford Union Workhouse, Blandford Forum, Dorset
Distant view of Blandford Union workhouse, from Salisbury Road, Blandford Forum, Dorset. A house at the left has a sign reading YNCA (or YMCA?)

Background imageChristopher Collection: Wet Evening, Oxford Street, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson

Wet Evening, Oxford Street, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson
Wet Evening, Oxford Street, 1919. From Modern Woodcuts and Lithographs by British and French Artists, by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, Paris, New York, 1919]

Background imageChristopher Collection: Letter from William Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton, 12th September 1586

Letter from William Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton, 12th September 1586. Artist: Sir William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley
Letter from William Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton, Vice Chamberlain, 12th September 1586. Letter from Sir William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley

Background imageChristopher Collection: Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). Engraving. Colored

Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). Engraving. Colored
Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). Explorer and navigator genoese. Columbus taking possession of the island of San Salvador. Engraving by Martin Rico after a painting of Isidro Gil

Background imageChristopher Collection: Dancing Sailors, Brittany by Christopher Woods, 1930, (1936). Creator: Christopher Wood

Dancing Sailors, Brittany by Christopher Woods, 1930, (1936). Creator: Christopher Wood
Dancing Sailors, Brittany, 1930, (1936). Village square with men and girls in Breton costume dancing by English painter John Christopher Wood (1901-1930)

Background imageChristopher Collection: Lorry-Jumpers, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson

Lorry-Jumpers, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson
Lorry-Jumpers, 1919. From Modern Woodcuts and Lithographs by British and French Artists, by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, Paris, New York, 1919]

Background imageChristopher Collection: St Christopher Carrying the Christ Child

St Christopher Carrying the Christ Child (c. 1625 - 30). Jordaens, Jacob 1593-1678. Date: 1625-30 (circa)

Background imageChristopher Collection: St. Kitts, West Indies - Basseterre - The Courthouse

St. Kitts, West Indies - Basseterre - The Courthouse Date: circa 1905

Background imageChristopher Collection: Looking East down the Thames from The Monument

Looking East down the Thames from The Monument
Looking East down the River Thames from The Monument, showing the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and Christopher Wren-designed steeple of St Dunstan-in-the-East (left)

Background imageChristopher Collection: HANDY: ST. LOUIS BLUES, 1914. The original sheet music cover for William Christopher Handys St

HANDY: ST. LOUIS BLUES, 1914. The original sheet music cover for William Christopher Handys St. Louis Blues, 1914, the self-proclaimed first successful blues published

Background imageChristopher Collection: Russian and Greek royal cousins

Russian and Greek royal cousins
The Tsesarevich Nicholas (Tsar Nicholas II) and Prince George of Greece amusing some of the younger members of the family party in about 1890

Background imageChristopher Collection: Columbus Leaves Shore

Columbus Leaves Shore
Columbus takes his leave of Ferdinand and Isabela before leaving for the New World

Background imageChristopher Collection: The Pinta, the Nina and the Santa Maria sailing towards the West Indies in 1492

The Pinta, the Nina and the Santa Maria sailing towards the West Indies in 1492, from The Discovery of America
IND113069 The Pinta, the Nina and the Santa Maria sailing towards the West Indies in 1492, from The Discovery of America, 1878 (colour litho) by Spanish School

Background imageChristopher Collection: St James, Garlick Hithe, The Steeple, mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown

St James, Garlick Hithe, The Steeple, mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
St James, Garlick Hithe, The Steeple, mid-late 19th century. One of a set of views of baroque London churches. St James Garlickhythe in the City of London was rebuilt by the office of Sir Christopher

Background imageChristopher Collection: Cloister Pump and Hall Steps, 1926

Cloister Pump and Hall Steps, 1926. Eton College is a boarding independent school for boys in Eton, Berkshire, near Windsor, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI. From Eton College by Christopher Hussey

Background imageChristopher Collection: Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907)

Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907). Golden Square in Soho was laid out in the late 17th century, probably to plans by Sir Christopher Wren

Background imageChristopher Collection: St Michaels Church, Cornhill, City of London, c1830. Artist: W Watkins

St Michaels Church, Cornhill, City of London, c1830. Artist: W Watkins
St Michaels Church, Cornhill, City of London, c1830. St Michael Cornhill is one of the City of London churches rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London

Background imageChristopher Collection: Jesus meets a patient cured by him and says: now you are h

Jesus meets a patient cured by him and says: now you are healed and sin no more. Miniature. Codex Predis. Quattrocento Renaissance (XV century). Royal Library. Turin. Italy

Background imageChristopher Collection: St Magnus the Martyr church, London Bridge

St Magnus the Martyr church, London Bridge. Monument can be seen in the background. It was designed by Christopher Wren

Background imageChristopher Collection: St. Kitts, West Indies - Church Street, Basseterre

St. Kitts, West Indies - Church Street, Basseterre Date: circa 1905

Background imageChristopher Collection: ISHERWOOD AND AUDEN. Christopher Isherwood, English writer, with W. H. Auden, English poet

ISHERWOOD AND AUDEN. Christopher Isherwood, English writer, with W. H. Auden, English poet
ISHERWOOD AND AUDEN. Christopher Isherwood, English writer, with W.H. Auden, English poet

Background imageChristopher Collection: Royal Naval College

Royal Naval College
The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London. Established as Greenwich Hospital in 1694, Sir Christopher Wren planned the site and in the early 18th century

Background imageChristopher Collection: Fall / Golden Retriever / 72

Fall / Golden Retriever / 72
Champion Camrose Cabus Christopher Owned by Tudor

Background imageChristopher Collection: An East Anglian Express steam train

An East Anglian Express steam train, running through Framlingham, Suffolk Date: circa 1960s

Background imageChristopher Collection: The Tomb of Columbus, Seville Cathedral, 1909

The Tomb of Columbus, Seville Cathedral, 1909
Photograph showing the tomb of Christopher Columbus (1447-1507), the Italian explorer, at Seville Cathedral, Spain, 1909

Background imageChristopher Collection: Model of Pembroke College Chapel CC72_00096

Model of Pembroke College Chapel CC72_00096
A model of the 17th century Chapel at Pembroke College, University Of Cambridge, Trumpington Street, Cambridge. This image is printed in the RCHME Inventory Volume: City of Cambridge, Part One

Background imageChristopher Collection: World Rally Championship

World Rally Championship
Petter Solberg (NOR) Subaru with his new team mate Chris Atkinson (AUS) Subaru. World Rally Championship, Testing, Sweden, 7 January 2004. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageChristopher Collection: Lady Ursula Filmer-Sankey & sons by Madame Yevonde

Lady Ursula Filmer-Sankey & sons by Madame Yevonde
Lady Ursula Filmer-Sankey (1902-1978), formerly Lady Ursula Grosvenor, daughter of the Duke of Westminster, photographed by Madame Yevonde with her sons, Patrick (right) and Christopher. Date: 1932



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Christopher is a name that echoes throughout history, associated with various artistic and historical creations. In the realm of art, we find "A Studio in Montparnasse" by CRW Nevinson, a captivating depiction of creativity and inspiration. Another artwork linked to Christopher is "The Ant and the Grasshopper, " a watercolor by Christopher Sanders illustrating Aesop's timeless fable. Moving on to architecture, we encounter St Paul's Cathedral, an iconic landmark forever etched in our minds. Its magnificent dome can be explored through a section created by Christopher Wren himself. Additionally, we come across a cross-section of this grand cathedral that reveals its intricate design and awe-inspiring beauty. Delving into cartography, we discover Saxton's Map of Norfolk from 1574 meticulously crafted by Christopher Saxton. This map provides us with insights into the past while showcasing the evolution of geographical knowledge over time. Similarly, Juan de la Cosa's world map from 1500 offers us glimpses into the exploration era led by renowned navigator Christopher Columbus aboard his ship Nina. Shifting gears to literature and childhood nostalgia, A. A Milne immortalized the bond between father and son through his beloved character Winnie-the-Pooh and his real-life son named Christopher Robin. Their adventures continue to captivate readers young and old alike. In history books lies another chapter tied to this name: The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators who sought to overthrow authority but were ultimately foiled in their plans for destruction. Lastly, let us not forget about Spain's Queen Isabel I writing her letter regarding none other than Christopher Columbus himself - an Italian navigator whose voyages reshaped our understanding of the world during those transformative times. Christopher encompasses diverse realms – artistry, exploration, architecture – leaving behind imprints that transcend generations as testaments to human ingenuity and curiosity about our past.