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Choose from 36 pictures in our Grenville collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The House That Jack Built, by G. Grenville Manton
The House That Jack Built, by G. Grenville Manton
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P G Wodehouse
P G Wodehouse
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The home coming of the 210 survivors of the Titanics crew
The home coming of the 210 survivors of the Titanics crew
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Sir Richard Grenville
Sir Richard Grenville
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Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 G-ALZP
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 G-ALZP
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Grenville Collins with Princess Michael of Kent
Grenville Collins with Princess Michael of Kent
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Cartoon, The Treasury
Cartoon, The Treasury
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Sir Bevil Grenville
Sir Bevil Grenville
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William Lord Grenville
William Lord Grenville
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Thomas Grenville
Thomas Grenville
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St Jamess Street by Reginald G. Eves
St Jamess Street by Reginald G. Eves
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Cartoon, The Great Balloon
Cartoon, The Great Balloon
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Cartoon, The Great Balloon Featured Print

Cartoon, The Great Balloon

Cartoon, The Great Balloon, by James Gillray. A satirical comment on the subject of Lord Grenville's installation as Chancellor of Oxford University. The balloon is depicted as a fat man with hot air (labelled Promises) escaping from behind. The installation (3 July 1810) followed a divisive election in which Lord Eldon opposed Lord Grenville on political and religious grounds. Opponents like Gillray saw Grenvilles installation as a triumph for Catholic Emancipation. Faces in the crowd include political figures: Buckingham, Stafford, M.A. Taylor, Erskine, Tierney, Holland, Grey, Sidmouth, Cholmondeley, Whitbread, Watkin Williams-Wynn, Fingall and Sheridan. Date: 1810

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Cartoon, Patriotic Petitions on the Convention
Cartoon, Patriotic Petitions on the Convention
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Cartoon, Westminster Conscripts under the Training Act
Cartoon, Westminster Conscripts under the Training Act
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Cartoon, Pacific Overtures
Cartoon, Pacific Overtures
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Cartoon, End of the Irish Farce of Catholic Emancipation
Cartoon, End of the Irish Farce of Catholic Emancipation
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Cartoon, Integrity retiring from Office
Cartoon, Integrity retiring from Office
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First Earl Temple 3
First Earl Temple 3
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First Earl Temple 4
First Earl Temple 4
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First Earl Temple 2
First Earl Temple 2
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First Earl Temple
First Earl Temple
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Anna Neagle dancing the twist with Grenville Collins
Anna Neagle dancing the twist with Grenville Collins
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Fairey Ultra Light G-AOUJ on the platform of the frigate
Fairey Ultra Light G-AOUJ on the platform of the frigate
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James Gillray He Steers His Flight
James Gillray He Steers His Flight
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Cartoon, Integrity retiring from Office Featured Print

Cartoon, Integrity retiring from Office

Cartoon, Integrity retiring from Office! by James Gillray. The outgoing Tory government ministers, led by William Pitt, leave through the Treasury arch. Following Pitt are Dundas, Grenville, Spencer and Loughborough. On the left are members of the Whig opposition, led by Sheridan and Tierney. Behind are Jekyll, Bedford, Nicholls, Tyrwhitt Jones, Norfolk and Burdett. Pitt had resigned because he had promised the Irish a measure of Catholic emancipation, but George III refused to support this. Date: 1801

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Ann Eliza Ds Buckingham
Ann Eliza Ds Buckingham
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Richard Duke Buckingham
Richard Duke Buckingham
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George Marq Buckingham
George Marq Buckingham
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Satirical political cartoon, The Fall of Icarus
Satirical political cartoon, The Fall of Icarus
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Satirical ballooning cartoon, Lord Grenville
Satirical ballooning cartoon, Lord Grenville
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Mr Sadler in balloon over Oxford
Mr Sadler in balloon over Oxford
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Church at Grenville, Grenada, West Indies
Church at Grenville, Grenada, West Indies
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Boscastle Harbour
Boscastle Harbour
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Spanish Sink Revenge
Spanish Sink Revenge
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REVENGE (CIG. CARD)
REVENGE (CIG. CARD)
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George Grenville
George Grenville
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Anglo-Spanish War 1591
Anglo-Spanish War 1591
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Satirical ballooning cartoon, Lord Grenville Featured Print

Satirical ballooning cartoon, Lord Grenville

He Steers His Flight. Satirical cartoon on the subject of Lord Grenville's installation as Chancellor of Oxford University. He is seated in a balloon ascending into the air, wearing his Chancellor's gown, with a crucifix at the back. The balloon is depicted as a fat man with hot air (labelled Promises) escaping from behind. The installation (3 July 1810) followed a divisive election in which Lord Eldon opposed Lord Grenville on political and religious grounds. Opponents like Gillray saw Grenvilles installation as a triumph for Catholic Emancipation. Faces in the crowd include political figures: Buckingham, Stafford, M.A. Taylor, Erskine, Tierney, Holland, Grey, Sidmouth, Cholmondeley, Whitbread, Watkin Williams-Wynn, Fingall and Sheridan.
July 1810

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans