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Meadows Gallery

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

Choose from 56 pictures in our Meadows collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Complete Practical Cook Featured Print

The Complete Practical Cook

Book, The Complete Practical Cook; Or, A New System Of the Whole Art and Mystery of Cookery, by Charles Carter, London: printed for W. Meadows, in Cornhill; C. Rivington, in St Paul's Church-Yard; and R. Hett in the Poultry, 1730. The book is a quarto voulme with 60 copper plates of table layout diagrams, recased in its original panelled, blind tooled calf boards. The front end paper is inscribed Worthington / Cowley House'. 26 x 20.5 cm

© The Geffrye Museum of the Home / Mary Evans Picture Library

A typical scenery in Ural Mountains, near Ekaterinburg Featured Print

A typical scenery in Ural Mountains, near Ekaterinburg

A typical scenery in Ural Mountains, near Ekaterinburg, Russia. A meadow that used to be a large village Shanya of Russian Shismatic Ordodox Old Believers church; village abandoned in 1940s due to centralisation and urbanisation. With roads largely deteriorated, the site is only partially in use for making hay (the land is state owned). A meadow that used to be a large village Shanya of Russian Shismatic Ordodox Old Believers church; village abandoned in 1940ths due to centralisation and urbanisation. With roads largely deteriorated, the site is only partially in use for making hay (the land is state owned)

© Andrey Zvoznikov / ardea.com

Municipality (City Hall), Singapore Featured Print

Municipality (City Hall), Singapore

Municipality (City Hall), Singapore. Designed by the Architects A. Gordans and F. D. Meadows and completed in 1929. Known as the Municipal Building until 1951 (when Singapore was granted city status by King George VI) - a name which has stuck into the late 1950s as attested to by this postcard. Date: circa late 1950s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection