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Choose from 54 pictures in our 1387 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

ANGELICO, Fra. The Annunciation Altarpiece Featured Print

ANGELICO, Fra. The Annunciation Altarpiece

ANGELICO, Fra (1387-1455). The Annunciation. 1430s. Left lower detail of the predella, depicting the wedding between Virgin Mary and Saint Joseph. Renaissance art. Quattrocento. Tempera on wood. ITALY. TUSCANY. AREZZO. San Giovanni Valdarno. Museum of the Basilica de Santa Maria de la Gracia. Proc: MONACO. Monte-Carlo. Convent of the Franciscans

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ARETINO. The Four Evangelists Featured Print

ARETINO. The Four Evangelists

ARETINO, Spinello di Luca Spinelli, called (1350-1410). The Four Evangelists. 1387. Decoration of the sacristy's ceiling. Renaissance art. Trecento. Sienese school. Fresco. ITALY. TUSCANY. Florence. Basilica di S. Miniato al Monte (Basilica of St Minias on the Mountain)

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The Canterbury Pilgrims in the Yard of the Tabard Inn, 1387 Featured Print

The Canterbury Pilgrims in the Yard of the Tabard Inn, 1387

Illustration giving an artist's impression of how Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims may have looked as they stood in the yard of the Tabard Inn, 17th April 1387. Only nineteen out of Chaucer's thirty-two pilgrims are pictured in this image. On foot, from left to right, are the following: Friar, Groom, Chaucer, Reeve, Summoner, Pardoner, Cook, Miller, Serjeant-at-Law and the Monk. Mounted on horses, left to right, are: Manciple, Squire, Shipman, Host, Knight, Prioress, Nun's Priest, Franklin, Wife of Bath and the Doctor

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans