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Fields Collection

Background imageFields Collection: Sea View, Fishponds

Sea View, Fishponds
A landscape painting which shows a foreground garden, with a square patch of lawn surrounded by colourful flower patches, looking out to a countryside view of fields and hills

Background imageFields Collection: Fox hunting - riders and their dogs

Fox hunting - riders and their dogs
Fox hunters in traditional red jackets ride out on a hunt, accompanied by their hounds. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageFields Collection: 1938 Scott Flying Squirrel motorcycle

1938 Scott Flying Squirrel motorcycle
1938 Scott Flying Squirrel 500cc twin two stroke motorcycle roadside circa 1938

Background imageFields Collection: WW1 / C 1919 / POPPY FIELD

WW1 / C 1919 / POPPY FIELD
In Flanders Fields... The poignant scene of a field full of poppies after the First World War. (Illustration after original, image 10053676, by Willy Werner.) C.1919

Background imageFields Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 2. Noon. A group of Huguenots attend the French Church in Hog Lane, London (right), opposite an eating house and a group of disreputable people (left)

Background imageFields Collection: The Hollies Childrens Home, Sidcup, Kent

The Hollies Childrens Home, Sidcup, Kent
Aerial view of The Hollies, the Greenwich & Deptford Unions cottage homes at Lamorbey, near Sidcup, Kent, opened in 1902 to house pauper children away from the workhouse

Background imageFields Collection: St Patricks Hill, Cork, Republic of Ireland

St Patricks Hill, Cork, Republic of Ireland. circa 1970s

Background imageFields Collection: Ballydehob Village, West Cork, Republic of Ireland

Ballydehob Village, West Cork, Republic of Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageFields Collection: Dundonald Moat and Church, Belfast

Dundonald Moat and Church, Belfast - a view over fields to the moat and Church. (Location: Northern Ireland; County Down; Dundonald). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageFields Collection: A Baseball Game

A Baseball Game
Grand match for the championship at the Elysian Fields, Hoboken, New Jersey

Background imageFields Collection: De Havilland Mosquito Bomber Aircraft, WW2

De Havilland Mosquito Bomber Aircraft, WW2
RAF De Havilland Mosquito Bomber Aircraft, WW2 Date: 1942

Background imageFields Collection: Hewenden Viaduct, Yorkshire

Hewenden Viaduct, Yorkshire
Retired farmer Tom Ackroyd mends a dry stone wall on his farm in the Hewenden Valley, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. In the distance is the Hewenden Viaduct

Background imageFields Collection: Slieve Gallion

Slieve Gallion - a view across a plain with farmhouses and fields to the mountain in the distance. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Londonderry). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageFields Collection: British FE2B bomber in flight, WW1

British FE2B bomber in flight, WW1
A British FE2B bomber biplane in flight over fields during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageFields Collection: Sketch map of Hook, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Sketch map of Hook, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A sketch map of the village of Hook, including the various mining shafts of the colliery, on the Western Cleddau near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Background imageFields Collection: Chase Farm Hospital, Enfield, Middlesex

Chase Farm Hospital, Enfield, Middlesex
Aerial view of Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, Middlesex. The building was originally the Chase Farm Schools, opened in 1886 by the Edmonton Union to house pauper children away from the workhouse

Background imageFields Collection: St Mary in the Fields Childrens Colony, Mayfield, Sussex

St Mary in the Fields Childrens Colony, Mayfield, Sussex
Inmates of the St Mary in the Fields Childrens Colony, Mayfield, Sussex Date: circa 1924

Background imageFields Collection: Two Wellington bombers by G. H. Davis

Two Wellington bombers by G. H. Davis
Two Wellington bombers: two outstanding aircraft ready to strike. Equally famous in attack and defence: a Wellington MK 1A and (above) a Wellington Mk II. Date: 1940

Background imageFields Collection: Derby County Mental Hospital, Mickleover, Derbyshire

Derby County Mental Hospital, Mickleover, Derbyshire
An aerial view of the Derby County Mental Hospital at Mickleover near Derby. It began life in 1851 as the Derbyshire County Lunatic Asylum, designed by Henry Duesbury

Background imageFields Collection: Congleton Union Workhouse, Arclid, Cheshire

Congleton Union Workhouse, Arclid, Cheshire
Aerial view of Congleton Union workhouse at Arclid, Sandbach, Cheshire. The building, erected in 1844-5, was designed by Henry Bowman. It later became Arclid Hospital

Background imageFields Collection: Liberal Election Campaign Card, 1909

Liberal Election Campaign Card, 1909
A Liberal Party campaign card for the 1909 General Election. A grim image of an elderly couple heading for the workhouse is contrasted with the partys vision of sunlit fields of waving corn

Background imageFields Collection: Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral: viewed from across the fields

Background imageFields Collection: Mr. Sadlers Ascent from Merton Fields, Oxford

Mr. Sadlers Ascent from Merton Fields, Oxford
James Sadlers ascent from Merton Fields, Oxford on 7th July 1810. Sadler became the first Englishman to ascend in a balloon (the first English Aeronaut) on 4th October 1784 from Christ Church Meadow

Background imageFields Collection: Trafalgar Square and Lord Nelson

Trafalgar Square and Lord Nelson. Date: circa 1950

Background imageFields Collection: Popular Aviation Magazine

Popular Aviation Magazine

Background imageFields Collection: Womens Land Army in action, 1939

Womens Land Army in action, 1939
Land Girls following a tractor drawn potato digger, gathering produce before it can be affected by frost. Date: 1939

Background imageFields Collection: Gracie Fields Home and Orphanage, Peacehaven, Sussex

Gracie Fields Home and Orphanage, Peacehaven, Sussex
Children and staff stand in front of the orphanage and childrens home at Peacehaven in East Sussex. The home was opened in 1933 by the singing star Gracie Fields to care for the children of parents

Background imageFields Collection: A shepherd resting

A shepherd resting
An elderly shepherd rests on a small hillock with his collie dog as his sheep graze contentedly. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageFields Collection: Grove Park Hospital, Lewisham, south east London

Grove Park Hospital, Lewisham, south east London
Aerial view of the Grove Park Hospital, Marvels Lane, Lewisham, south east London. The buildings, designed by T & J Norman Dinwiddy, were erected in 1899-1902 as a workhouse for the Greenwich Union

Background imageFields Collection: Oil Well at Chillingar

Oil Well at Chillingar, Iran. One of Irans largest oil fields, Chilingar was named after George V. Chilingar, one of the best-known petroleum geologists in the world

Background imageFields Collection: Circular countryside scene

Circular countryside scene
A watercolour painting by Malcolm Greensmith showing a typical English rural countryside setting of a half-timbered cottage set amid fields, surrounded by fauna in the shape of a passing Cuckoo

Background imageFields Collection: Royal College Surgeons

Royal College Surgeons
The Royal College of Surgeons, in Lincolns Inn Fields, London, one of Britains leading medical institutions, chartered in 1800 but with origins in medieval guilds

Background imageFields Collection: Huntsmen and foxhounds

Huntsmen and foxhounds in a field. Date: 1960s

Background imageFields Collection: Foundling Hospital Schools, Berkhamsted

Foundling Hospital Schools, Berkhamsted
The Foundling Hospital Schools, Berkhamsted. The Hospital was founded in 1739 by Captain Thomas Coram and in 1741 began construction of premises at Bloomsbury Fields, London

Background imageFields Collection: Cooling Castle

Cooling Castle
The gateway of Cooling Castle, a 14th century fortress, viewed from across freshly ploughed fields, Kent, England. Date: 14th century

Background imageFields Collection: Hiker & Camper Mag / 7. 31

Hiker & Camper Mag / 7. 31
Front cover of a magazine devoted to hikers, ramblers and campers featuring a view across fields

Background imageFields Collection: London Map 1756

London Map 1756
London still surrounded by fields, with Tyburn (note the gallows) and Buckingham House on the outskirts. Trafalgar Square doesn t exist, and Mayfair is still undeveloped

Background imageFields Collection: Bystander front cover featuring Gracie Fields, 1930

Bystander front cover featuring Gracie Fields, 1930
Front cover of The Bystander featuring a colour photograph specially taken for The Bystander by Raphael of Gracie Fields (1898 - 1979), British singer and actress

Background imageFields Collection: Advertisement for National Savings

Advertisement for National Savings -- your savings soon mount up -- showing a plane soaring above the countryside

Background imageFields Collection: Owenahincha Strand, Rosscarbery, County Cork, Ireland

Owenahincha Strand, Rosscarbery, County Cork, Ireland
Owenahincha Strand, Rosscarbery, County Cork, Republic of Ireland. circa 1970s

Background imageFields Collection: Handley Page Halifax Heavy Bomber Aircraft, WW2

Handley Page Halifax Heavy Bomber Aircraft, WW2
RAF Handley Page Halifax Heavy Bomber Aircraft, WW2 Date: 1942

Background imageFields Collection: Aerial view, Clairmarais aerodrome, Northern France, WW1

Aerial view, Clairmarais aerodrome, Northern France, WW1
Aerial view of part of Clairmarais aerodrome, Pas de Calais, Northern France, with handwritten annotations, showing buildings and aeroplanes. Date: 1918

Background imageFields Collection: Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field) stadium, Chicago, USA

Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field) stadium, Chicago, USA
Chicago Cubs Park (Wrigley Field) baseball stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, home of Chicagos National League Baseball Club. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageFields Collection: Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940

Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940
" Through an inferno of bombs and shells, the B.E.F is crossing the Channel from Dunkirk-in historys strangest armada

Background imageFields Collection: German gliders in Battle of Crete by G. H. Davis

German gliders in Battle of Crete by G. H. Davis
Landing air troops: German gliders of the Battle of Crete during the Second World War. By the use of gliders, parachutes and mass-produced aeroplanes for crash landings

Background imageFields Collection: Potato harvest, Rafta Farm, St Levan, Cornwall

Potato harvest, Rafta Farm, St Levan, Cornwall
Mother and daughter (Pamela and Sandra Semmens) working on the potato harvest at Rafta Farm, St Levan, near Lands End, Cornwall. Date: 1970s

Background imageFields Collection: Aerial photograph of ruined suburbs, Arras, France, WW1

Aerial photograph of ruined suburbs, Arras, France, WW1
Aerial photograph (Canadian) of the ruined suburbs of Arras in northern France, taken from a kite balloon during the First World War. Date: November 1917

Background imageFields Collection: Zeppelin shed at Nordholz, aerial photograph during WW1

Zeppelin shed at Nordholz, aerial photograph during WW1
Aerial photograph of a Zeppelin shed on a turntable, after its reconstruction and extension to a length of 200 metres, at the Nordholz Zeppelin Base in northern Germany during the First World War



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