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Hospitals Gallery

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

Choose from 203 pictures in our Hospitals 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.


Florence Nightingale Featured Print

Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) was born in Italy. She moved to England with her wealthy family and was educated at home by her father. Although it was not deemed suitable for ladies of Florence's social standing to become nurses, she believed that it was God's chosen path for her. She trained in Kaiserswerth, near Dusseldorf and then returned to England to take a post at a Harley Street surgery. Florence Nightingale was sent along with 38 nurses to the Barrack Hospital in Scutari to assist with medical support. As she cared for the troops she gained much respect, writing letters home on the soldiers behalf and fighting to improve the sanitary conditions of the field hospitals. When Florence returned from the Crimea she received a hero's welcome. She published two books about her opinions on hospital reforms and campaigned for better quality nursing training until her death in August 1910

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Union workhouse, Market Harborough, Leicestershire Featured Print

Union workhouse, Market Harborough, Leicestershire

The Market Harborough Union workhouse. The inscription on the pediment reads HARBOROUGH UNION WORKHOUSE 1836'. At the doorway stands a man and a woman, presumably the master and matron, holding the arms of a small child. A uniformed member of staff stands alongside. The building was designed by Sampson Kempthorne and stood on Leicester Road, Market Harborough, Leicestershire. It later became St Luke's Hospital

© Mary Evans / Peter Higginbotham Collection

Florence Nightingales carriage at the seat of war Featured Print

Florence Nightingales carriage at the seat of war

Born in Italy in 1820, she moved to England with her wealthy family and was educated at home by her father. Although it was not deemed suitable for ladies of Florence's social standing to become nurses, she believed that it was God's chosen path for her. She trained in Kaiserswerth, near Dusseldorf and then returned to England to take a post at a Harley Street surgery. Florence Nightingale was sent along with 38 nurses to the Barrack Hospital in Scutari to assist with medical support. As she cared for the troops she gained much respect, writing letters home on the soldiers behalf and fighting to improve the sanitary conditions of the field hospitals. When Florence returned from the Crimea she received a hero's welcome. She published two books about her opinions on hospital reforms and campaigned for better quality nursing training until her death in August 1910

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans