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Choose from 782 pictures in our Monks 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.


The Revells of Christendome, c.1609 (engraving) Featured Print

The Revells of Christendome, c.1609 (engraving)

XJF877603 The Revells of Christendome, c.1609 (engraving) by Cockson, Thomas (fl.1591-1636); 29x36.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Satirical print with various characters playing games of chance, including James VI & I (1566-1625), Henri IV of France (1553-1610), the Pope, Prince Maurice of Nassau (1567-1625), Christian IV of Denmark (1577-1648), and a number of monks. Published in London by Mary Oliver.); English, out of copyright

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Removal of the body of Mary Magdalene to the Abbey of Vezelay, from 'Military Featured Print

Removal of the body of Mary Magdalene to the Abbey of Vezelay, from 'Military

KW478262 Removal of the body of Mary Magdalene to the Abbey of Vezelay, from 'Military and Religious Life in the Middle Ages' by Paul Lacroix, published London c.1880 (litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Removal, by St. Baudillon and the Chevalier Gerard de Roussillon, of the body of Mary Magdalene to the Abbey of Vezelay. Gerard or Girart de Roussillon (c.810-877/879). Burgundian ruler who became Count of Paris. Famed for his piety, he founded the abbey at Veselay. After a 15th century miniature. ); Ken Welsh; French, out of copyright

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The Expulsion of the Jesuits from the Kingdoms of Spain and Naples and the Duchy Featured Print

The Expulsion of the Jesuits from the Kingdoms of Spain and Naples and the Duchy

XJF441227 The Expulsion of the Jesuits from the Kingdoms of Spain and Naples and the Duchy of Parma; their Orders banned in France and Portugal, c.1770s (engraving) by French School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: In the mid-18th century the monarchs of Europe were becoming increasingly wary of the Jesuits, believing them to be plotters prone to meddling in state affairs; As a result the Jesuits were banned from many European states; Jesuits in the Kingdoms of Spain and Naples and the Duchy of Parma were rounded up in April 1767 and sent, ultimately, to Corsica; As in this image the Jesuits were characterised by their long black robes;); French, out of copyright

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