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Royal Gallery

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Choose from 664 pictures in our Royal 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.


RNLI lifeboat Arab I at the quay, Padstow, Cornwall. 1883-1900 Featured Print

RNLI lifeboat Arab I at the quay, Padstow, Cornwall. 1883-1900

The lifeboat Arab I under sail off the quay at Padstow with the railway yards in the background. The lifeboat has a full compliment of women and children passengers with a good sized crowd of onlookers on the quay. It is noticeable that the crew of the Lifeboat are wearing cork life jackets, however, the passengers are not. RNLI Arab I (34 foot x 8 foot) was a gift from Mr R.A.B. Preston who had been saved from his yacht Arab. She was wrecked on 11th April 1900, without any loss of crew, while assisting the Lowestoft trawler Peace and Plenty. The steam lifeboat, James Stevens No 4, was also lost on the same night, together with eight members of her crew. Three crew members of the Peace and Plenty also lost their lives. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Andrew Ainslie Common, British Astronomer Featured Print

Andrew Ainslie Common, British Astronomer

Andrew Ainslie Common (1841-1903) British astronomer. Common used photographic techniques to make observations, and his photograph of the Orion Nebula, taken in 1883, won him the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society. He served as the president of the society in 1895-6. He conducted his work at his private observatory in London, also building several high-quality telescopes, including a 60 inch (1.52 metres) reflector

© ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Pyramids at Giza Featured Print

Pyramids at Giza

Pyramids at Giza. Satellite image of the three pyramids at Giza, in northern Egypt. The pyramids are thought to have been built between 2600 and 2500 BC, as tombs and monuments for members of the ruling dynasties of ancient Egypt. The largest pyramid (lower left) was built for King Khufu, or Cheops. Its construction is thought to have taken over 20 years, and for many centuries it was the tallest building in the world. The pyramid at centre right was built for King Khafre, son of Khufu. The smallest pyramid (upper right) was built for King Menkaure. The pyramids at Giza are the only one of the Seven Wonders of the World still intact

© SPACE IMAGING EUROPE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY