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Finery Gallery

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

Choose from 48 pictures in our Finery 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.


The Breed of the Treshams by John Rutherford Featured Print

The Breed of the Treshams by John Rutherford

Photograph from The Breed of the Treshams by John Rutherford showing a lady, Margaret, dressed in her finery holding her gloves in one hand and the skirt of her dress in the other to reveal her boot. She stands in front of a backdrop of trees. Date: circa 1900s

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

1900s, Boot, Breed, Drama, Dress, Dressed, Entertainment, Finery, Gloves, Hat, John, Lady, Margaret, Oct16, Play, Popular, Ringlets, Rutherford, Stage, Theatre, Theatrical, Treshams, Woman

Grand procession of the Wellington Statue, Park Lane Featured Print

Grand procession of the Wellington Statue, Park Lane

The grand procession of the great equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington astride his horse Copenhagen, as the bronze statue by Matthew Cotes Wyatt which was the largest in Britain when it was unveiled in 1846, is pulled by a team of horses to Hyde Park Corner for installation atop the Wellington or Constitution Arch. Here the procession makes its way down Park Lane. Date: 1846

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Emperor Than Thai - Tonkin, Vietnam Featured Print

Emperor Than Thai - Tonkin, Vietnam

Annam Emperor Than Thai (Nguyen Phuoc Chieu) (Nguyen Phuoc Buu Lan) (1879-1954) (reigned 1889-1907). He encouraged French-style education but maintained bitter feelings over their control of his country, also supported numerous building projects and took an interest in the everyday lives of his subjects, when he tried to join a resistance movement in China, he was arrested by the French who declared him insane and forced the Emperor to abdicate, he was exiled initially in 1907 to Vung Tau and later in 1916 to Reunion Island, in 1945 he was allowed to return home but was kept under house arrest in Vung Tau, South Vietnam. Date: circa 1895

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection