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Images Dated 7th June 2019

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Choose from 2821 pictures in our Images Dated 7th June 2019 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Heritage Images.


'The Battle of Agincourt', 1773. Creator: William Walker Featured 7 Jun 2019 Print

'The Battle of Agincourt', 1773. Creator: William Walker

'The Battle of Agincourt', 1773. After Samuel Wale (1721-1786). The Battle of Agincourt in of 1415 of the Hundred Years' War, between Henry V of England and Charles VI of France whose army was commanded by Constable Charles d'Albret saw an English victory with great loss of life on both sides. From "A New and Complete History of England, From the Earliest Period of Authentic Intelligence to the Present Time", by Temple Sydney. [J. Cooke, London, 1773]

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'Hammersmith Carpet Weaving at Merton Abbey Works', . Creator: Unknown Featured 7 Jun 2019 Print

'Hammersmith Carpet Weaving at Merton Abbey Works', . Creator: Unknown

'Hammersmith Carpet Weaving at Merton Abbey Works', late 19th century. Female weaver at a loom at Merton Abbey Mills in south London. The Abbey buildings were renovated and adapted for textile printing at the beginning of the 19th century, and acquired by the artist and textile designer William Morris (1834-1896) in 1881. Morris had started to weave his first carpets at Kelmscott House, his home in Hammersmith. From "Modern Art Monographs"

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Paul and Amalie Taglioni, 1839, (1943). Creator: Franz Kruger Featured 7 Jun 2019 Print

Paul and Amalie Taglioni, 1839, (1943). Creator: Franz Kruger

Paul and Amalie Taglioni, 1839, (1943). Portrait of Italian dancer, choreographer and ballet master Paul Taglioni (1808-1884) and his wife Amalie (1803-1881), also a dancer. Drawing in the Kupferstichkabinett, Staatlichen Museen, Berlin. From "Europaische Handzeichnungen", (Five Hundred Years of European Drawings), by Bernhard Degenhart. [Atlantis-Verlag Berlin, Zurich, 1943]

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