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Eileen Gallery

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

Choose from 55 pictures in our Eileen 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.


Group photo, women police officers outside KLM offices Featured Print

Group photo, women police officers outside KLM offices

Group photo, ten women police officers of the Met Police, outside the KLM (Dutch airline) offices. They were on their way to Nijmegen, to take part in the Marches. Those present include WPS Olive Reeve and WPCs Betty Neale, Gillian Ingall, Glynis Davison, Diane Johns, Eileen Dudley, and Carol Keir (or Gibson). Women police officers first took part in the Nijmegen Marches in 1952. Date: 1957

© Metropolitan Police Authority/Mary Evans

Captain & Lady Eileen Order in their Chelsea studio Featured Print

Captain & Lady Eileen Order in their Chelsea studio

Captain Cuthbert Julian Orde (1888-1968), artist, pictured at home with his wife Lady Eileen Orde (formerly Lady Eileen Wellesley). Both artists, are pictured in their Chelsea studio at work and with their two daughters, Doonie and Jane. Captain Orde was a WW1 pilot, long-serving secretary of the Royal Automobile Club but first and foremost an artist, best-known for his portrait of Battle of Britain pilots during the Second World War. Lady Eileen Orde, nee Wellesley (1887-1952) was a daughter of the 4th Duke of Wellington and an interesting artist who worked in a number of areas. She produced advertisements for the fashion designer Elspeth Phelps, made wallpaper designs and specialised in fabric painting on dresses and fans. Date: 1925

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Lord and Lady Francis Scott at Njoro Polo Ground Featured Print

Lord and Lady Francis Scott at Njoro Polo Ground

Lord and Lady Francis Scottt at the Njoro Polo Ground in Kenya. Lady Francis Scott was Lady Eileen Elliot and Lord Francis was the brother of the Duke of Buccleuch. Lord Scott had settled in Kenya in 1919 on the soldier-settlement scheme. His wife was the daughter of the former Viceroy of India, the Earl of Minto. She disapproved of Lady Idina Hay (nee Sackville, later Gordon), who was part of the infamous Happy Valley Set, finding her mode of dress and attitude, un-British and frivolous. Lord and Lady Francis Scott were the uncle and aunt of Lady Alice Scott, later the Duchess of Gloucester. Date: 1925

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans