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Cavendish Gallery

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Choose from 144 pictures in our Cavendish 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.


Mrs Kennedy and her deb daughters Featured Print

Mrs Kennedy and her deb daughters

Mrs Joseph Kennedy, wife of H.E. the United States Ambassador, in a photograph to mark the presentation of two of her daughters at the first court at Buckingham Palace in May 1938. On the left is Rosemary Kennedy (1918 - 2005), in the middle Rose Kennedy and on the right, Kathleen Kick Kennedy. Kathleen met Billy Cavendish, heir to the Devonshire dukedom during the Season and married him becoming Marchioness of Hartington. He was killed during World War II and Kathleen herself was killed in a plane crash in 1948. Rosemary, or Rosie, was deemed mentally retarded and was subjected to a frontal lobotomy at the age of 23. She spent much of her life in and out of asylums. Date: 1938

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Mrs A. E. Grant (Bettine Stuart-Wortley) as a nurse, WW1 Featured Print

Mrs A. E. Grant (Bettine Stuart-Wortley) as a nurse, WW1

Mrs A. E. Grant, the former Bettine Stuart-Wortley, pictured around the time of her marriage in nursing uniform as she was doing war work at a hospital in Cavendish Square, London. She was the elder daughter of Major-General the Hon. Edward Stuart-Wortley, C.S.O., of Highclere Castle, Christchurch. The Tatler comments that it is interesting to note that the Kaiser once rented Highclere and was a great admirer of the house. He said that no such turf or trees existed in Germany, and that such a place was only possible in a country unravaged by warfare, as has been the continent. It is still likely to remain unravaged, despite the Kaiser. Elizabeth Valetta (Bettine) Stuart-Wortley (1896-1978) married Captain Allister Edward Grant, 9th Lancers at St. Margaret's, Westminster on 14 August 1917. The couple divorced in 1922, and Bettine then married Montagu Towneley-Bertie, 8th Earl of Abingdon in 1928 and was styled Countess of Abingdon. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sketch cover - Lord & Lady Cavendish at Eden Roc Featured Print

Sketch cover - Lord & Lady Cavendish at Eden Roc

Lord Charles Cavendish, 2nd son of the 9th Duke of Devonshire with his wife Lady Charles Cavendish, the former Adele Astaire, sister and dancing partner of Fred. The couple were photographed at fashionable Eden Roc on the French Riviera, about visit the Club Nautique. The Sketch comments on the relaxed appearance of the pair, especially Lady Cavendish in her nautical chic beach pyjamas. Date: 1932

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans