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Chains Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 175 pictures in our Chains 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.


Featured Print

Suffragette W.S.P.U Badge Sylvia Pankhurst

Badge issued by the Women's Social & Political Union with design by Sylvia Pankhurst. This circular tin badge in purple, green and white, shows a young woman, dressed in white ('for purity') emerging from prison, or captivity, stepping over broken chains. Has 'Votes for Women' streamers, and stylized white doves flying around her. Date: 1908

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Featured Print

Heavy shire horse pulls an old hay rake

A farmer and his heavy horse take a break from working to gather hay on a field. They stop to talk to another farmer and a young lady in white dress and bonnet carrying a basket containing their picnic lunch. Watercolour painting by Malcolm Greensmith

© Mary Evans/Malcolm Greensmith Collection

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Featured Print

Caractacus before Claudius

Caractacus before Claudius. Caractacus was a British King who fought against the Roman invaders. The Romans won the battle by ambushing the Britons, capturing Caractacus's wife, daughter and brother. Caractacus sought the protection of Cartimandua, Queen of the Brigantes, but he was betrayed and she sent him, in chains, to Rome where he faced the Emperor Claudius. Whilst being led to the Emperor, Caractacus was impressed by the beauty of Rome, sentiments he passed on to Claudius along with his surprise that Claudius wanted to capture Britain, which was so poor compared to the greatest city in the world. Claudius was so flattered and taken aback at this bravery that he granted Caractacus his freedom.
circa 50 AD

© Mary Evans Picture Library