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Edward Collection

"Edward: A Journey Through Time and Tales" Step into the world of Edward

Background imageEdward Collection: HICKS: NOAHs ARK, 1846

HICKS: NOAHs ARK, 1846
Oil on canvas by Edward Hicks, 1846

Background imageEdward Collection: Jane Seymour / Holbein

Jane Seymour / Holbein
JANE SEYMOUR 3rd wife of Henry VIII; died in childbirth; mother of Edward VI

Background imageEdward Collection: Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia
British archaeologist, soldier, intelligence officer and writer, Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888-1935), known as Lawrence of Arabia. Seen here in RAF uniform on a Brough Superior SS100 motorbike

Background imageEdward Collection: The Cow-Pock. Satirical etching, 1802, by James Gillray on Edward Jenner and vaccination

The Cow-Pock. Satirical etching, 1802, by James Gillray on Edward Jenner and vaccination
CARTOON: VACCINATION, 1802. The Cow-Pock. Satirical etching, 1802, by James Gillray on Edward Jenner and vaccination

Background imageEdward Collection: NEW YORK: FLATIRON, 1905. Flatiron Building, New York City: photograph, 1905, by Edward Steichen

NEW YORK: FLATIRON, 1905. Flatiron Building, New York City: photograph, 1905, by Edward Steichen

Background imageEdward Collection: Jim Pike, Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap

Jim Pike, Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap
James Edward (Jim) Pike (1892-1969), Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap (1926-1932). circa 1931-1932

Background imageEdward Collection: Brudenell Magna Carta

Brudenell Magna Carta
The Brudenell Magna Carta, document on vellum, dated 12 October 1297, with a substantial fragment of the Great Seal of Edward I. The original Magna Carta was issued in Latin in 1215

Background imageEdward Collection: Colonel Norton, at 28, 000 ft, on Everest, 1924

Colonel Norton, at 28, 000 ft, on Everest, 1924
Photograph showing Colonel Edward Felix Norton (1884-1954) climbing Everest, at a height of about 28, 000 feet, 1924. This photograph was taken by Theodore Howard Somervell (1890-1975)

Background imageEdward Collection: Duke and Duchess of Windsor with their pugs

Duke and Duchess of Windsor with their pugs
The Duke and Duchess of Windsor (formerly King Edward VIII and Mrs Wallis Simpson) shown with their beloved pug dogs. The dogs are wearing rather stylish coats

Background imageEdward Collection: BURNE-JONES: ADAM & EVE. When Adam delved and Eve span

BURNE-JONES: ADAM & EVE. When Adam delved and Eve span. Pen-and-ink drawing by Edward Burne-Jones for William Morriss A Dream of John Ball, 1888

Background imageEdward Collection: Charles and Flora McDonald

Charles and Flora McDonald
Prince Charles Edward Stuart bids farewell to Flora MacDonald who aided his escape

Background imageEdward Collection: King Henry VIII and his three wife and children

King Henry VIII and his three wife and children
King Henry VIII (1491 - 1547), England Royalty, reigned (1509 1547) with three of his wifes and children. (Left to right) wives Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Catherine Parr, children Princess Elizabeth

Background imageEdward Collection: OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT. Illustration by Leslie Brook (1862-1940) for Edward Lears Nonsense Song

OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT. Illustration by Leslie Brook (1862-1940) for Edward Lears Nonsense Song, Stories, Botany, and Alphabets

Background imageEdward Collection: The Princes in the Tower by Millais

The Princes in the Tower by Millais
The Princes in the Tower painted by John Everett Millais in 1878, depicting the sons of Edward IV (and nephews of Richard III), Edward V and his younger brother Richard

Background imageEdward Collection: Battle of Bannockburn

Battle of Bannockburn
The Scottish army led by Robert the Bruce defeats the invading English army of Edward II

Background imageEdward Collection: Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Creator: Unknown

Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Creator: Unknown
Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Jacobs Island, a notorious slum on the south bank of the River Thames in Bermondsey, London, was made famous in Charles Dickenss novel Oliver Twist

Background imageEdward Collection: STEAMBOAT RACE, 1870. The Great Mississippi Steamboat Race between the Robert E

STEAMBOAT RACE, 1870. The Great Mississippi Steamboat Race between the Robert E. Lee and the Natchez from New Orleans to St. Louis won by the Robert E

Background imageEdward Collection: Edward Elgar and musical score to Salut D Amour

Edward Elgar and musical score to Salut D Amour
English Composer Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934) and musical score to Salut D Amour. Date: 1905

Background imageEdward Collection: Tapestry of Bayeux. The complete tapestry depicts

Tapestry of Bayeux. The complete tapestry depicts the Norman invansion of England. Knights of King Edward III (upper part) and naves of Harold II (down). Detail. Fresco. FRANCE. Bayeux

Background imageEdward Collection: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their Children

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their Children
Queen Victoria (1819-1901) and Prince Consort Albert (1819-1961) and their Family (from top left, going across and then down): Victoria, Princess Royal (Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa)

Background imageEdward Collection: Guinness Trust Buildings, Brandon Street, Walworth, South Lo

Guinness Trust Buildings, Brandon Street, Walworth, South Lo

Background imageEdward Collection: MANET: FOLIES-BERGERES. The Bar at Folies-Bergeres. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet, 1881-82

MANET: FOLIES-BERGERES. The Bar at Folies-Bergeres. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet, 1881-82

Background imageEdward Collection: Carl Sagan, US astronomer

Carl Sagan, US astronomer
Carl Edward Sagan (1934-1996), US astronomer and astrochemist. Sagan was a consultant and adviser to NASA, and worked on the Apollo mission, as well as the Mariner, Viking, Voyager

Background imageEdward Collection: EDVARD MUNCH: THE KISS. Woodcut, 1897-98, by Edvard Munch

EDVARD MUNCH: THE KISS. Woodcut, 1897-98, by Edvard Munch

Background imageEdward Collection: The Owl and The Pussycat

The Owl and The Pussycat
The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea In a beautiful pea green boat, They took some honey, and plenty of money, Wrapped up in a five pound note

Background imageEdward Collection: King Edward VIII

King Edward VIII
EDWARD VIII Portrait of King Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor photogrpahed in full dress uniform

Background imageEdward Collection: Edward Vii / Grouse Moor

Edward Vii / Grouse Moor
EDWARD VII Grouse moor at Balmoral - one of his favourite hunting grounds

Background imageEdward Collection: Brightlingsea / Essex

Brightlingsea / Essex
Brightlingsea, Essex, High Street West - the flags may be for Edward VIIs Coronation

Background imageEdward Collection: Middlesbrough Town Hall

Middlesbrough Town Hall, a typical Victorian municipal building, with a lofty clock tower, was officially opened by Edward, Prince of Wales later Edward VII), in 1889

Background imageEdward Collection: HERBERTE, Edward Benjamin (1857-1893). Hunt scenes

HERBERTE, Edward Benjamin (1857-1893). Hunt scenes. The Kill. Oil on canvas

Background imageEdward Collection: Adlestrop Railway Station, Gloucestershire

Adlestrop Railway Station, Gloucestershire
The railway station at Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Station staff stand on the platform while the Paddington-Worcester Express steams towards the station

Background imageEdward Collection: Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia
British archaeologist, soldier, intelligence officer and writer, Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888-1935), known as Lawrence of Arabia

Background imageEdward Collection: Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria
QUEEN VICTORIA With Albert, Edward, Princess Royal, Alice, Alfred and Helena at Osborne. Date: Circa 1848

Background imageEdward Collection: T. E. Lawrences House

T. E. Lawrences House
The house at Clouds Hill, near Wool, Dorset, England, where British archaeologist, soldier, intelligence officer and writer, Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888-1935)

Background imageEdward Collection: Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia
British archaeologist, soldier, intelligence officer and writer, Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888-1935), known as Lawrence of Arabia, in traditional Arab costume

Background imageEdward Collection: Licensed Victuallers Asylum

Licensed Victuallers Asylum
View of the The Licensed Victuallers National Asylum (now Caroline Gardens) in 1830, an extensive almshouse estate off Old Kent Road at Asylum Road, opened in 1827

Background imageEdward Collection: The Village of Kineton, Warwickshire, 1885-1887, (1944). Creator: Unknown

The Village of Kineton, Warwickshire, 1885-1887, (1944). Creator: Unknown
The Village of Kineton, Warwickshire, 1885-1887, (1944). Map showing the market place, St Peters Church, Wesleyan chapel, the Steam Corn Mill, the Manor House and the River Dene

Background imageEdward Collection: A Plan of the town of Sheffield in the county of York drawn by W. Fairbank 1797

A Plan of the town of Sheffield in the county of York drawn by W. Fairbank 1797. Engraved by Thomas Harris
Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library:s 45 S

Background imageEdward Collection: T E Lawrence

T E Lawrence
circa 1919: British soldier, adventurer and author Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888 - 1935) known as Lawrence Of Arabia. He joined the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I

Background imageEdward Collection: The Year of the Three British Kings - 1936

The Year of the Three British Kings - 1936
The Year of Three British Kings in 1936 - King George V (1865-1936), King Edward VIII (1894-1972) and finally King George VI (1895-1952). Date: 1936

Background imageEdward Collection: ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870). American Confederate general. Photographed by Julian Vannerson in 1863

ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870). American Confederate general. Photographed by Julian Vannerson in 1863

Background imageEdward Collection: Carson Speaks 1913

Carson Speaks 1913
Edward Carson, leader of the Irish Unionists (1910-21) speaks out against Home Rule at a meeting in Belfast

Background imageEdward Collection: Edward Colston

Edward Colston
EDWARD COLSTON Philanthropist of Bristol

Background imageEdward Collection: When Adam delved and Eve span

When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman. 1892

Background imageEdward Collection: Matthew Pariss Map of Great Britain showing rivers & towns in the south of England & part of

Matthew Pariss Map of Great Britain showing rivers & towns in the south of England & part of Wales, c. 1250 (1944)
Many place-names are still recognisable today. The word Auster, written over the English Channel at the bottom, refers to wind bringing heavy cloud cover and fog

Background imageEdward Collection: Sledging, 1911, (1913). Artist: Edward Wilson

Sledging, 1911, (1913). Artist: Edward Wilson
Sledging, 1911, (1913). The final expedition of British Antarctic explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912) left London on 1 June 1910 bound for the South Pole

Background imageEdward Collection: Defenders of the Empire - British Military Might

Defenders of the Empire - British Military Might
Defenders of the Empire - an allegory: King Edward VII stands surrounded by his loyal and devoted military. Image produced by Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd

Background imageEdward Collection: Pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats

Pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats
Pterodactylus crassirostris above P. brevirostris. Plate from Note on the Pterodactyle Tribe... Paper in The Zoologist, Vol 1, 1843 by Edward Newman



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"Edward: A Journey Through Time and Tales" Step into the world of Edward, a name that echoes through history with tales as diverse as Lawrence of Arabia's adventures in the desert to Jim Pike's triumphant ride on Phar Lap. From the Duke and Duchess of Windsor doting on their pugs to the historic Brudenell Magna Carta, it has left his mark. In 1905, Edward Steichen captured the iconic Flatiron Building in New York City, forever immortalizing its grandeur. Meanwhile, Charles and Flora McDonald shared a love story that stood the test of time. Edward Jenner revolutionized medicine with his groundbreaking work on vaccination depicted in James Gillray's satirical etching "The Cow-Pock. " And who can forget King Henry VIII and his tumultuous relationships with three wives and children? Delve into whimsy as Leslie Brook brings to life Edward Lear's Nonsense Song through charming illustrations of "The Owl and The Pussycat. " Then brace yourself for adventure as Colonel Norton conquers Everest at an astonishing altitude of 28, 000 ft in 1924. Travel back further to Folly Ditch in Jacobs Island circa 1878 where mysteries lurk around every corner. Finally, explore Sheffield through W. Fairbank's intricate map from 1797 engraved by Thomas Harris. Edward is not just a name; it represents an extraordinary tapestry woven across time. Join us on this captivating journey filled with courage, love, artistry, exploration, satire, royalty - all encapsulated within one remarkable figure: Edward.