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Choose from 180 pictures in our Marina 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.

Tatler front cover of Duchess of Kent in her wedding gown Featured Print

Tatler front cover of Duchess of Kent in her wedding gown

H.R.H The Duchess of Kent, formerly Princess Marina of Greece, pictured in her wedding dress of white and silver floral brocade designed by Captain Edward Molyneux. She achieved the distinction of being the first royal bride to wear a streamlined wedding dress, which swept from the shoulders in a curve to the train at the back of the dress. The waistline was eliminated because it would have interrupted the curve, with the high draped neckline and long, widening sleeves with cuffs of silver lame adding to the effect. Date: 1934

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Boy casts his fishing line into River Dee at Kirkcudbright Featured Print

Boy casts his fishing line into River Dee at Kirkcudbright

A boy casts his fishing line into the River Dee from the harbour wall in Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. It is a gloomy winter day, and the old wooden scallop dredger 'Fredwood' is alongside the wall. The marina can be seen down river. Date: 2005

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

2005, Bonnie, Cast, Casting, Coast, Coastal, Dee, Dredger, Dumfries, Fishing, Fredwood, Galloway, Harbour, Harbourside, Kirkcudbright, Kirkcudbrightshire, Line, Marina, River, Rod, Scallop, Scotland, Solway, Tidal, Tide, Wall, Winter

Capri Marina Featured Print

Capri Marina

Capri Marina - Seashore, boats, cliffs. Part of Box 145 Boswell Collection - East Coast. 'The Marina Piccola, on the island's southern shore, preceded the Marina Grande; it was used by Augustus and Tiberius. An ancient fishing port, the Romans used the Marina Grande as a port during Augustian times, and built the Palazzo a Mare nearby. Tiberius fortified and reinforced Marina Grande. Capri was also the first point in Campania in which the Greeks landed and women on Capri are still said to 'still sometimes show distinctly Grecian features'. In the seventh century, Bishop Costanzo died near Marina Grande and became the island's patron saint; the Chiesa di San Costanzo is situated between Marina Grande and Anacapri.' Marina_Grande,_Capri Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans