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Convent Gallery

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

Choose from 282 pictures in our Convent 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.


Palestine - The Great Lavra of St. Sabas Featured Print

Palestine - The Great Lavra of St. Sabas

The Great Lavra of St. Sabas, known in Arabic as Mar Saba - a Greek Orthodox monastery overlooking the Kidron Valley in the West Bank (east of Bethlehem). It was founded by Saint Sabas of Cappadocia in 439 and today houses around 20 monks. It is considered to be one of the oldest inhabited monasteries in the world, and still maintains many of its ancient traditions. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

From Convent to Throne by J A Campbell Featured Print

From Convent to Throne by J A Campbell

Promotional postcard for From Convent to Throne by J.A. Campbell by artist E P Kinsella. First produced at the Rotunda in Liverpool, 26th July and the Lyric, Hammersmith on 6th September 1909, and as Queen at Seventeen, at the Princes Theatre in London 1st August 1914. This poster was used in a flyer touring to the Tyne Theatre in Newcastle, 8th April 1912. "Wounded Soldier" Lt. Habsburg lies wounded in the snow, tended by the Princess whom he has come to fetch from her convent to be Queen. Rosella, a charcoal burners daughter, left; the Mother Superior, right. Bruno, an attendant at the convent is just visible in a doorway at the back. Date: 1912

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Chicago World's Fair - Convent of La Rabida Featured Print

Chicago World's Fair - Convent of La Rabida

Chicago World's Fair - Convent of La Rabida - Square buildings, small windows. Part of Box 282 Boswell Collection - Chicago Exposition.. The Covent of La Rabida - The Exposition of 1893 gained over all other World's Fairs because of its commemoration of Columbus, a world's hero. No spirit of national pride was hurt, and several European peoples were flattered by the extraordinary demonstration at Chicago. Chief among the honors paid to Columbus was the erection at Jackson Park of a reproduction of the Convent of La Rabida, at Palos, Spain, in which Columbus took refuge, and where he matured his plans of sailing due westward into the Ocean Sea. Date: 1893

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans