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Denis Collection

Denis: A Multifaceted Legend Denis, a name that resonates with greatness and excellence across various domains

Background imageDenis Collection: 18th century surgical equipment

18th century surgical equipment
Bone saw 1, pincers 2, 3, scissors 4, lead mallet 5 and hook for childbirth 6. Copperplate engraving by Robert Benard from Denis Diderots Encyclopedia, Pellet, Geneva, 1779

Background imageDenis Collection: Famous snooker players

Famous snooker players (Jimmy White, Cliff Thorburn, Peter Ebdon, Denis Taylor, John Parrott, Stephen Hendry, Alex Higgins, Ray Reardon, John Virgo, Steve Davis, Ronnie O Sullivan) -

Background imageDenis Collection: Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont - Battle of Waterloo

Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont - Battle of Waterloo
Defence of the Chateau de Hougoumont by the flank company, Coldstream GuardsWatercolour by Denis Dighton, 1815Associated with Napoleonic Wars

Background imageDenis Collection: McCoy Tyner performing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough, July 1978

McCoy Tyner performing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough, July 1978

Background imageDenis Collection: Denis Compton at Hastings

Denis Compton at Hastings
Cricketer Denis Compton acknowledges the crowd at the Central Recreation Ground, Hastings. Playing for The South against Sir Pelham Warners Eleven

Background imageDenis Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

The Count Basie Orchestra in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980: Count Basie (piano), Cleveland Eaton (bass), Freddie Green (guitar), Gregg Field (drums)

Background imageDenis Collection: Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th Reg

Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th Reg
An action during the Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th (Rifle) Regiment acting as snipers, 1810 (c).Watercolour attributed to Denis Dighton

Background imageDenis Collection: Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953

Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953
Photograph showing the two English batsman, Denis Compton and Bill Edrich, leaving the pitch at the Oval Cricket Ground, London, 19th August 1953

Background imageDenis Collection: Oscar Peterson in concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955. Artist: Denis Williams

Oscar Peterson in concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955. Artist: Denis Williams
Oscar Peterson in concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955

Background imageDenis Collection: Lonnie Donegan on stage at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, April 1979

Lonnie Donegan on stage at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, April 1979

Background imageDenis Collection: Humphrey Lyttelton and Sidney Bechet at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1956

Humphrey Lyttelton and Sidney Bechet at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1956

Background imageDenis Collection: George Melly on stage at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 8 April 1983

George Melly on stage at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 8 April 1983

Background imageDenis Collection: Denis Compton at Hastings

Denis Compton at Hastings
Denis Compton turns a ball from spinner Jim Laker (out of picture) off his legs to score another boundary past the despairing reach of the short leg fielder as wicketkeeper Stewart Billy Griffith

Background imageDenis Collection: Statues including the Emperor Constantine and St. Denis carrying his head

Statues including the Emperor Constantine and St. Denis carrying his head, Virgins Gate, west front, Notre Dame Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageDenis Collection: Picture of Radha and Krishna displayed in an ISKCON temple, Sarcelles, Seine St

Picture of Radha and Krishna displayed in an ISKCON temple, Sarcelles, Seine St. Denis, France, Europe

Background imageDenis Collection: American singer Sarah Vaughan at the Capital Radio Jazz Festival, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, 1981

American singer Sarah Vaughan at the Capital Radio Jazz Festival, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, 1981

Background imageDenis Collection: Drummer Louie Bellson and his big band playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1979

Drummer Louie Bellson and his big band playing at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1979
Drummer Louie Bellson and his big band in concert at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 7 November 1979. Also pictured are trombonists Kurt Berger and Doug Wintz

Background imageDenis Collection: Louie Bellson and Buddy Rich at the International Drummers Association meeting

Louie Bellson and Buddy Rich at the International Drummers Association meeting at the Horseshoe pub, Tottenham Court Road, London, 1 November 1978

Background imageDenis Collection: Attack on the British Squares by French Cavalry, Waterloo

Attack on the British Squares by French Cavalry, Waterloo
Attack on the British Squares by French Cavalry, Battle of Waterloo, 1815.Watercolour by Denis Dighton, 1815. Associated with the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleonic Wars

Background imageDenis Collection: Founding of the Jesuit Order, Montmartre, France

Founding of the Jesuit Order, Montmartre, France
Foundation of the Jesuit Order in an underground chapel in the church of Saint Denis, Montmartre, near Paris. Ignatius de Loyola and six companions dedicate themselves to spread the Word of God

Background imageDenis Collection: Doin the Lambeth Walk - Oi

Doin the Lambeth Walk - Oi! These sketches, made by Sherriffs, are dedicated to The Lambeth Walk, dance hit of the musical comedy Me and My Girl (Victoria Palace)

Background imageDenis Collection: Oscar Peterson looking forward to dinner after a concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955

Oscar Peterson looking forward to dinner after a concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955
Oscar Peterson looking forward to dinner at Marcos Restaurant after a concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955

Background imageDenis Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra in concert, c1950s. Artist: Denis Williams

The Count Basie Orchestra in concert, c1950s. Artist: Denis Williams
The Count Basie Orchestra in concert. Sonny Payne on the drums

Background imageDenis Collection: Denis Compton and Patsy Hendren at The Oval, London

Denis Compton and Patsy Hendren at The Oval, London
Denis Compton (1918-1997) and Patsy Hendren (1889-1962) at The Oval, London, coming out to bat in a match between Surrey and Middlesex, 1st innings, Monday 10 August 1936. Date: 1936

Background imageDenis Collection: Bassist Spike Heatley (left) at The Bell, Codicote, Hertfordshire, December 1986

Bassist Spike Heatley (left) at The Bell, Codicote, Hertfordshire, December 1986

Background imageDenis Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra performing at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

The Count Basie Orchestra performing at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

Background imageDenis Collection: Elizabeth Ponsonby with cocktail shaker and glasses

Elizabeth Ponsonby with cocktail shaker and glasses
Miss Elizabeth Ponsonby (later the Hon. Mrs Dennis Pelly), one of the Bright Young Things of the 1920s, and daughter of Arthur Ponsonby a senior minister in the Labour government

Background imageDenis Collection: Workshop handmade candles. 18th century. Engraving

Workshop handmade candles. 18th century. Engraving in Encyclopedie by Diderot et d Alembert. Engraving

Background imageDenis Collection: St. Denis Hotel, New York

St. Denis Hotel, New York
St. Denis Hotel on Broadway and 11th Street, New York City, America

Background imageDenis Collection: Ruth St Denis / Jugend 08

Ruth St Denis / Jugend 08
RUTH ST DENIS (Ruth Dennis) American vaudeville dancer and choreographer doing a serpent dance (Schlangentanz)

Background imageDenis Collection: 14th century World Map

14th century World Map according to the Grandes Chroniques de Saint-Denis

Background imageDenis Collection: A portrait of the American dancer Ruth St Denis, 1929

A portrait of the American dancer Ruth St Denis, 1929 in her Burmese dance seen during a long period of performances in California Date: 1929

Background imageDenis Collection: The Entrance of the Emperors into Paris (w / c on paper)

The Entrance of the Emperors into Paris (w / c on paper)
CHT217244 The Entrance of the Emperors into Paris (w/c on paper) by Opitz, Georg Emanuel (1775-1841); Private Collection; eArchives Charmet; German, out of copyright

Background imageDenis Collection: Detail of St. Denis holding his head flanked by two angels, Virgin portal, Western facade

Detail of St. Denis holding his head flanked by two angels, Virgin portal, Western facade, Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageDenis Collection: The Crown of Daisies, c. 1906. Artist: Denis, Maurice (1870-1943)

The Crown of Daisies, c. 1906. Artist: Denis, Maurice (1870-1943)
The Crown of Daisies, c. 1906. Found in the collection of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collections

Background imageDenis Collection: Weather Report in Concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, October 1977. Artist: Denis Williams

Weather Report in Concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, October 1977. Artist: Denis Williams
Weather Report in Concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, October 1977. Joe Zawinul (keyboards) and Wayne Shorter (saxophone)

Background imageDenis Collection: Harry Bence playing the saxophone at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1984

Harry Bence playing the saxophone at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1984
Harry Bence, bandleader of the New Squadronaires, playing the saxophone at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 1984

Background imageDenis Collection: Saxophonist Gerry Mulligan playing at at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Saxophonist Gerry Mulligan playing at at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, 26 October 1979

Background imageDenis Collection: Opening of an exhibition of photographs by Denis Williams, Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Herts, 1978

Opening of an exhibition of photographs by Denis Williams, Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Herts, 1978
Official opening of an exhibition of photographs by Denis Williams at the Forum Theatre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, April 1978

Background imageDenis Collection: Ronnie Boykins playing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough, July 1978

Ronnie Boykins playing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough, July 1978

Background imageDenis Collection: Big Chief Russell Moore, Arvell Shaw and Barrett Deems performing, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, 1984

Big Chief Russell Moore, Arvell Shaw and Barrett Deems performing, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, 1984
Big Chief Russell Moore (trombone), Arvell Shaw (double bass) and Barrett Deems (drums) performing, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, 1984. All three musicians worked with Louis Armstrong during their careers

Background imageDenis Collection: Stan Tracey and Art Themen playing at The Fairway, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, 1992

Stan Tracey and Art Themen playing at The Fairway, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, 1992
Stan Tracey (piano) and Art Themen (tenor saxophone) playing at The Fairway, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, 12 April 1992

Background imageDenis Collection: Saint Denis of Paris. 3rd century AD. Engraving. Colored

Saint Denis of Paris. 3rd century AD. Engraving. Colored
Saint Denis of Paris (3rd century AD). Bishop of Paris. Colored engraving. 19th century

Background imageDenis Collection: Richard Baker in The Moon in the Yellow River

Richard Baker in The Moon in the Yellow River
Richard Baker (news announcer) playing Darrell Blake (centre) in the Tower Theatres production of The Moon in the Yellow River by Denis Johnston. Date: 1954

Background imageDenis Collection: MARTYRDOM OF ST. DENIS. Last communion, and martyrdom of St. Denis (died c250 A

MARTYRDOM OF ST. DENIS. Last communion, and martyrdom of St. Denis (died c250 A.D.). Painting, c1398-1416, by Henri Bellechose

Background imageDenis Collection: Bobby Hutcherson playing the vibraphone at the Bracknell Jazz Festival, Berkshire, 1983

Bobby Hutcherson playing the vibraphone at the Bracknell Jazz Festival, Berkshire, 1983

Background imageDenis Collection: Fighting, Pte St Denis

Fighting, Pte St Denis
Fighting at the porte Saint- Denis. Date: 29 July 1830

Background imageDenis Collection: Denis Diderot / Oval

Denis Diderot / Oval
DENIS DIDEROT French encyclopaedist and philosopher



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Denis: A Multifaceted Legend Denis, a name that resonates with greatness and excellence across various domains. Just like the famous snooker players who mesmerize audiences with their precision and skill, Denis embodies the spirit of determination and mastery in everything he does. In the annals of history, one cannot forget Denis's unwavering defense during the Battle of Waterloo at Chateau de Hougoumont. Just as he protected his territory on the snooker table, he stood firm against all odds to safeguard what was dear to him. But Denis is not limited to battles alone; he also knows how to create harmonious melodies. Like McCoy Tyner performing at Newport Jazz Festival in 1978, Denis effortlessly weaves together notes that transport listeners into a world of musical bliss. Sportsmanship runs through his veins - just like Compton and Edrich leaving the Oval pitch in 1953 after an intense match. Whether it be on a cricket field or within life's challenges, Denis exemplifies grace under pressure. The stage becomes his canvas when he shares it with legends such as Humphrey Lyttelton and Sidney Bechet at Colston Hall in Bristol back in 1956. Their synergy ignites sparks of creativity that illuminate every corner of the auditorium. Just as The Count Basie Orchestra captivated audiences at Royal Festival Hall in London during July 1980, so does Denis capture hearts wherever he goes. His charisma transcends boundaries and leaves an indelible mark on those fortunate enough to witness his presence. Even amidst war-torn landscapes like those witnessed during Peninsular War, Denis stands tall alongside riflemen from the 95th Regiment - embodying resilience and bravery beyond measure. Yet there is more than meets the eye; for behind this extraordinary persona lies a deep spiritual connection akin to Radha and Krishna displayed proudly within ISKCON temple walls. This connection fuels his passion and guides him on his journey.