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Friedrich Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 906 pictures in our Friedrich collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Hesse-Cassel and Greek royal families Featured Print

The Hesse-Cassel and Greek royal families

The youngest daughters of Vicky, Princess Royal of Great Britain and Empress of Prussia, the Princesses Sophie and Margarete of Prussia with their husbands and children at Friedrichshof in 1904. Sophie is in the darker dress, standing beside her husband Constantine, Duke of Sparta. Margarete ('Mossy') is on the right, next to her husband Friedrich Karl of Hesse-Cassel. The children are, from the left, George of Greece (standing), Philipp of Hesse-Cassel, Helen of Greece, Maximilian of Hesse-Cassel, Paul of Greece (behind, in a dress), Wolfgang of Hsse-Cassel, directly in front of his elder brother Friedrich Wilhelm, Alexander of Greece in front of Richard of Hesse-Cassel and Christoph of Hesse-Cassel. Margarete was unusual in that out of her six sons, four of them were sets of twins

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Bonn, Germany - The Electoral Palace, now the University Featured Print

Bonn, Germany - The Electoral Palace, now the University

Bonn, Germany - The Electoral Palace, now the University - featuring inset embossed profile portraits of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his first wife Empress Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein and a photographic inset portrait of their son, Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951). The card commemorates Friedrich Wilhelm becoming Crown Prince in 1906. Date: 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Johann von Schiller, German poet Featured Print

Johann von Schiller, German poet

Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (1759- 1805), German poet and playwright. While Schiller studied medicine he read Rousseau and Goethe, as well as writing a play about revolutionaries (The Robbers). Gaining his degree in 1780, he became the regimental doctor in Stuttgart, Germany. The following year he was arrested and forbidden to publish further work following his play's first performance. Schiller fled to Jena, where he became a professor of History & Philosophy at the university. He meet Goethe in 1799, who convinced him to return to playwriting, and they formed the Weimar Theatre. His Ode to Joy became the basis for a movement in Beethoven's ninth symphony