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Pall Gallery

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

Choose from 90 pictures in our Pall 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.


The Zulu war. Scene of the Battle of Isandula (Isandhlwana) Featured Print

The Zulu war. Scene of the Battle of Isandula (Isandhlwana)

After the Battle of Isadhlwana. A description by Lieutenant Crealock reads, Day waned and the night hung over the hill, when we reached the last ridge, beyond which lay what had been our camp. To the hill on the left we sent off Major Black and three companies of the 24th to seize it. The neck between it and the hill we must gain at all hazards. In silence we marched down into the gloom below, where lay, shrouded by a merciful pall, the horrors of the past day'. 1, 700 British soldiers had perished in the bloodiest battle of the Zulu war, on 22nd January 1879

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Coronation 1937, anointing of Queen by Archbishop Featured Print

Coronation 1937, anointing of Queen by Archbishop

The coronation ceremony of King George VI in Westminster Abbey: the anointing of Queen Elizabeth by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Lang. The Queen in her place of anointing, a faldstool set before the altar. The Archbishop pours the holy oil upon her head from the Spoon. On his right hand is the Archbishop of York (Dr Temple) and on his left the Dean of Westminster (Dr Foxley Norris) holding the Ampulla, from which the oil has been poured into the Spoon. The pall of cloth of gold known as the Canopy is held over the Queen by the Duchesses of Norfolk, Rutland, Buccleugh and Roxburghe. Next to the Duchess of Roxburghe to the right at the back is the Bishop of Blackburn (Dr Herbert). In the centre foreground is the Bishop of St Albans (Dr Furse). To the left of the Canopy are the Queen's train-bearers with the Duchess of Northumberland, Mistress of the Robes, wearing a tiara, near the extreme left at the back. The train-bearers are Lady Elizabeth Percy, Lady Margaret Cavendish-Bentinck, Lady Iris Mountbatten, Lady Ursula Manners, Lady Elizabeth Paget and Lady Diana Legge. On the extreme right in the foreground is the Bishop of London (Dr Winnington Ingram). Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall Featured Print

The Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall

The Army and Navy Club which overlooks Pall Mall to the south and Sr. James's to the east, and was recently pulled down in order that a more capacious building should be completed by 1963. The club was founded in 1837 when many army officers returned from India and , finding the waiting-list for the Junior United Service Club so long, decided to form an Army Club. The Duke of Wellington refused to be patron unless the navy was also included, hence it became The Army and Navy Club. Date: 1962

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans