Art Prints From Our Collections (£12 Each)

Artwork makes a great gift or souvenir. Order on-demand prints of the following items from our Library and Museum Collections.

 

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Dimensions: Unless otherwise specified, prints are 8x10 inches with a professional matte finish and each comes with a 10x12 in white mount and backing board, package in a clear wrapper.

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Library Prints

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Antiphonal

Bayeuxtapestry

Joustingcheque

Rollchronicleadamandeve

English Antiphonal

Bayeux Tapestry

Jousting Cheque

Roll Chronicle A

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Rollchroniclenativity

Theantiquarian

Theconnoisseur

Thickettsfield

Roll Chronicle B

The Antiquarian

The Connoisseur

Thickett's Fielde

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Museum Prints

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Astrolabe

Bosworthcross

Lampofknowledge

 

Astrolabe (8x8 inch print, in 10x10 inch mount)

Bosworth Cross

Lamp of Knowledge

 

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Painting Prints

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Cromlech Near Newport

Tolmen At Constantine

Stagatha

Sterasmus

Cromlech near Newport

Tolmen at Constantine

Saint Agatha

Saint Erasmus

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Stetheldreda

Oldstpauls

   

Saint Etheldreda (8x8 inch print, in 10x10 inch mount)

Old St Paul's

   

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Portrait Prints

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Maryi

Henryv

Henryvi

Henryvii Cusped

Mary I

Henry V

Henry VI

Henry VII

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Edwardiv Arched Top

Richardiii Arched Top

Athelstan

 

Edward IV

Richard III

Athelstan

 

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Detailed Descriptions

English Antiphonal

AntiphonalEnglish Antiphonal bequeathed to the Society by Sir Thomas Brooke FSA (late 15th c, ink on vellum/goatskin, MS 450). Choirbook open to illumination depicting the 'miracle of the black leg' (fol. 1), where Saints Cosmas and Damian miraculously transplanted the black leg of a recently deceased Ethiopian man onto the white body of a verger with a 'cancerous' leg.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Bayeux Tapestry

Bayeuxtapestry

'William is told that Harold is near'. In 1816, the Society commissioned Charles Stothard to copy the entire Bayeux Tapestry. The original drawings were engraved by James Basire, but later Stothard hand-coloured his original drawings and the Society published them between 1821 and 1823 in 'Vetusta Monumenta'. Stothard's work was significant for making the first accurate record of the embroidery after it was damaged during the French Revolution and the publication of his drawings was the first time coloured copies of the embroidery had been made available to the public.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Jousting Cheque

Joustingcheque

Jousting cheque for a contest at the Field of Cloth of Gold (1520, ink on vellum, MS 136/2). An armorial roll for those attending the tournament between Henry VIII of England and Franscois I of France, and their tournament scores.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Roll Chronicle A (Adam and Eve)

Rollchronicleadamandeve

Detail from the Roll Chronicle, featuring Adam and Eve (mid-15th c with additions c. 1665, ink on vellum rolls, MS 501). A genealogical roll charting the descent of Charles II from Adam and Eve via Noah and the Dukes of Normandy. Possibly originally presented to Henry VI c. 1455 with later additions.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Roll Chronicle B (Nativity)

Rollchroniclenativity

Detail from the Roll Chronicle, featuring a Nativity scene (mid-15th c with additions c. 1665, ink on vellum rolls, MS 501). A genealogical roll charting the descent of Charles II from Adam and Eve via Noah and the Dukes of Normandy. Possibly originally presented to Henry VI c. 1455 with later additions.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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The Antiquarian

Theantiquarian

The Antiquarian, by George Spratt (c. 1830, hand-coloured lithograph).

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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The Connoisseur

Theconnoisseur

The Connoisseur, by George Spratt (c. 1830, hand-coloured lithograph).

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Thickett's Fielde

Thickettsfield

The plot for all Thickett Fielde, a plan for land between Lincoln's Inn Fields and the Royal Courts of Justice (c. 1581-1592, pen and ink on paper). The plan is one of the earliest examples to be drawn to a consistant scale and also records a reference to a witchcraft plot against Elizabeth I.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Astrolabe

Astrolabe

Planispheric astrolabe, 14th century, made in Spain. It is engraved with latitude for Morocco, Valencia and Rome. Presented to the Society in 1895 by Rev I G Lloyd.

Print: 8 x 8 in; mount 10 x 10 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Bosworth Cross

Bosworthcross

Medieval processional cross (gilded copper-alloy, before 1485). Found in 1778 near the site of the Battle of Bosworth (the penultimate battle of the Wars of the Roses, where Henry VII's forces defeated those of Richard III and the latter was slain). The roundels depect the four evangelists on the front, and sunbursts (a Yorkist symbol) on the back.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Lamp of Knowledge

Lampofknowledge

Originally thought to be Roman, the lamp was found with Roman remains in Windsor in 1717. It was the subject of the Society's first engraving in 1718. In 1736 it was presented to the Society by Sir Hans Sloane, and later was adopted as the Society's emblem (1770). We now know it to be medieval (probably a 14th century Jewish Sabbath lamp)

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Cromlech Near Newport (Pentre Ifan)

Cromlech Near Newport

Painting by Richard Tongue (1795-1873). Oil on canvas, 1835. Donated by the artist in 1835.

Print: 10 x 8 in; mount 12 x 10 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Tolmen at Constantine (Cornwall)

Tolmen At Constantine

Painting by Richard Tongue (1795-1873). Oil on canvas, 1835. Donated by the artist in 1835.

Print: 10 x 8 in; mount 12 x 10 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Saint Agatha

Stagatha

Previously known as 'Female Saint', southern Netherlandish school (oil on panel, c 1600). Bequeathed by Prince Hoare in 1835. St Agatha suffered trials for refusing to offer sacrifices to pagan idols: she was imprisoned and tortured. One of methods of tortue was to have her breasts cut off, which were allegedly restored to her following a visit from the Apostle Peter. Before she could be tortured further, fear over an earthquake led the city's citizens to insist that the consul cease his persecution of Agatha, who later died in captivity.

Print: 10 x 8 in; mount 12 x 10 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Saint Erasmus

Sterasmus

Unknown Netherlandish artist, probably working in Canterbury (oil on oak panel, 1474). Part of the Kerrich bequest, 1828. St Erasmus is the patron saint of sailors, clothmakers and (following depictions of his disembowellment in the 15th century) relief from stomach ailments. He was supposedely martyred under Emperor Diocletian (AD 284-305).

Print: 10 x 8 in; mount 12 x 10 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Saint Etheldreda

Stetheldreda

Attributed to Robert Pygot of Bury St Edmund's, who was paid 12 pence for the painting and other work (oil on oak panel, c. 1455). Part of the Kerrich bequest, 1828. Panels depict episodes from St Etheldreda's life including her marriage (which remained unconsummated), her retirement to Coldingham Abbey as a nun, building her own convent, and the transfer of her remains from one resting place to another (her body undecayed despite the passing of decades).

Print: 8 x 8 in; mount 10 x 10 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Old St Paul's

Oldstpauls

By John Gipkin, this is one panel from a diptych with three painted scenes of old St Paul's, before it was destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666 (oil on oak panels, 1616). Bought for the Society in 1781. The diptych was part of a campaign to inspire the Mayor of London to raise funds to restore the cathedral, and the third panel (used for this print) illustrated a vision of a future St Paul's with a new spire, surrounded with trumpeting angels.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12+ £2.50 p&p.

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Mary I

Maryi

By Hans Eworth (active 1540-74), painted shortly after the queen's coronation on 1 October 1553 and around the time of her 38th birthday, 18 February 1554 (oil on oak panel, inscribed 1554). Part of the Kerrich bequest, 1828.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Henry V

Henryv

Artist unknown (oil on panel, 16th century). The painting was in the Society's collection by 1770.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Henry VI

Henryvi

Artist unknown (oil on oak panel, c. 1520-1540). Part of the Kerrich bequest, 1828.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Henry VII

Henryvii Cusped

Artist unknown, possibly Anglo-Netherlandish (oil on oak panel, c. 1501-1509). Part of the Kerrich bequest. During conservation in 2007, the overpainting was removed to reveale the original polychomy frame decorated with diagonal green and white stripes.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Edward IV

Edwardiv Arched Top

Artist unknown (oil on oak panel, after 1510). Part of the Kerrich bequest, 1828. A companion to the arched-topped painting of Richard III and painted on a panel from the same oak tree.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Richard III

Richardiii Arched TopArtist unknown (oil on oak panel, c. 1510-1540). Probably the earliest surviving copy of a lost prototype made during the king's lifetime. Following the discovery of Richard III's remains in 2012 and the subsequent DNA analysis, we now now that the king would have likely had the blue eyes and lighter coloured hair depicted here, as opposed to the brown eyes and darker coloured hair depicted in other portraits.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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Athelstan

Athelstan

Artish unknown, probably English (oil on oak panels, c. 1515). One of six fragments bequeathed to the Society by Rev Canon Jackson, 1880. Possibly commissioned for Eltham Palace, the the fragments are part of a large frieze illustrating the unification of the Saxon kingdoms of Britain under Athelstan in 926/927.

Print: 8 x 10 in; mount 10 x 12 in; backing board included. £12 + £2.50 p&p.

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