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Choose from 469 pictures in our Religion 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 Universal Images Group (UIG).


Prison Hulks: Warder watching prisoners in the washroom on board convict hulk 'Warrior' Featured Religion Print

Prison Hulks: Warder watching prisoners in the washroom on board convict hulk 'Warrior'

Prison Hulks: Warder watching prisoners in the washroom on board convict hulk 'Warrior' at Woolwich. This hulk held 600 and was an intermediate confinement between an ordinary gaol or transportation. Prisoners were used as labourers in the naval dockyards. Hulks (Tenders) were usually old naval vessels that were no longer seaworthy From The Illustrated London News, 1848. Wood engraving

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St Michael and St Engracia. The Archangel Michael, his foot on a devil, in one hand Featured Religion Print

St Michael and St Engracia. The Archangel Michael, his foot on a devil, in one hand

St Michael and St Engracia. The Archangel Michael, his foot on a devil, in one hand holds his spear to the devil's head while in the other he holds his balance for weighing men's souls. St Engracia, a nail driven into her head, holds a martyr's palm. Juan de la Abadia (active 1493-1513). Oil on wood. Private collection

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George Wishart (c1513-46) Scottish reformer and martyr. 19th century. burned for Featured Religion Print

George Wishart (c1513-46) Scottish reformer and martyr. 19th century. burned for

George Wishart (c1513-46) Scottish reformer and martyr. 19th century. burned for heresy at St Andrews, March 1546. Wishart on way to trial before Archbishop Beaton, giving his purse to a beggar. He found guilty and burned for heresy at St Andrews, March 1546. From John Foxe Foxe's Book of Martyrs. (mid 19th century). First edition published in 1554. Coloured lithograph

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