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Choose from 772 pictures in our Culture 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.

Cornish Gorsedd, Sword of Arthur, St Just, Cornwall Featured Print

Cornish Gorsedd, Sword of Arthur, St Just, Cornwall

The Cornish Gorsedd, a community of modern-day bards, taking part in the Sword of Arthur ceremony at St Just in Cornwall. The Gorseth Kernow (Gorsedd of Cornwall) was set up in 1928 to maintain the national Celtic spirit of Cornwall. Toward the end of the Gorseth ceremony the bards swear an oath of loyalty "to Cornwall our Motherland". Each bard touches the Sword of King Arthur by putting one hand on the shoulder of the Bard in front. Date: circa 1980s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/ANDREW BESLEY

Carved Hornbill Skull Featured Print

Carved Hornbill Skull

Casque of a helmeted hornbill (Rhinoplax vigil) carved to depict a Chinese battle scene set in a town by a river. There also features a figure holding a flag bearing the Chinese w鮠character, which can be translated to mean literature and culture. 19th Century. From collection at Tring

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

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The South Bank in London Featured Print

The South Bank in London

Article entitled South Bank in Crystal showing a new plan which was part of the Centre's South Bank 2001 strategy to commemorate not only the Millennium but also the 50th anniversary of the Festival of Britain. Also included in the article is a photograph of Richard Rogers, the architect who had been selected to develop the arts centre. Date: 1994

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans