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Choose from 261 pictures in our Nice 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.


Queen Victoria at Edward Cazalet's Villa - South of France Featured Print

Queen Victoria at Edward Cazalet's Villa - South of France

Queen Victoria at Edward Cazalet's Villa - South of France in 1885. In 1882, Queen Victoria began her winter affair with the Cote dAzur, she would arrive bearing extensive food and drink supplies, a multitude of staff, Highland soldiers and Abdul Karim, her Indian attendant (highly unpopular with all bar the queen herself). The queen would ride out frequently, either in a carriage or a cart pulled by 'Jacquot', a donkey she had rescued, half-starved, from a peasant (as lampooned on this card) and which she subsequently took back and forth to England with her. (Jacquot lived out his life at Windsor, after Victorias death.). Date: 1885

French Riviera advertisement 1931 Featured Print

French Riviera advertisement 1931

Advertisement advising smart travellers to 'Follow the Crowd, Follow the Sun!' and travel down to the French Riviera where the delights of Nice and Juan Les Pins kept society amused during the winter months during the inter-war years. Date: 1931

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1930s, 1931, 30s, Advert, Advertisement, Advertisements, Advertising, Adverts, Art, Deco, France, French, Holiday, Holidays, Juan, Les, Nice, Pins, Riviera, Smart, Society, Thirties, Tourism, Travel, Travelling

Queen Victoria in Nice - French satire on her donkey cart Featured Print

Queen Victoria in Nice - French satire on her donkey cart

Queen Victoria in Nice, France - a rather (!) disrespectful late 19th century French satirical caricature. In 1882, Queen Victoria began her winter affair with the Cote dAzur, she would arrive bearing extensive food and drink supplies, a multitude of staff, Highland soldiers and Abdul Karim, her Indian attendant (highly unpopular with all bar the queen herself). The queen would ride out frequently, either in a carriage or a cart pulled by 'Jacquot', a donkey she had rescued, half-starved, from a peasant (as lampooned on this card) and which she subsequently took back and forth to England with her. (Jacquot lived out his life at Windsor, after Victorias death.). Date: circa 1890s