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Rupert Collection

Background imageRupert Collection: The Last Caravan by A. E. Bestall

The Last Caravan by A. E. Bestall
A colour illustration by Alfred Bestall showing a fantasy scene where a group of travellers are being spied on from woodland by a centaur and female imps

Background imageRupert Collection: Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke
RUPERT BROOKE English writer, in 1913

Background imageRupert Collection: Lyons Corner House, central London

Lyons Corner House, central London
Lyons Corner House on the corner of Coventry Street and Rupert Street, London. Date: 1947

Background imageRupert Collection: Rupert Brooke, c. 1915

Rupert Brooke, c. 1915
Photographic portrait of Rupert Chawner Brooke (1887-1915), the English poet, pictured c.1915

Background imageRupert Collection: Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke
RUPERT BROOKE English writer, in 1913

Background imageRupert Collection: Eve Before The Fall. By A. E. Bestall

Eve Before The Fall. By A. E. Bestall
A scene beside a waterfall of four girls in their bathing costumes. The girls are watching the waterfall, prehaps resting after swimming

Background imageRupert Collection: Prince Rupert at Oxford

Prince Rupert at Oxford
Prince Rupert and his troops march confidently through Oxford

Background imageRupert Collection: Mrs Gerald Legge with young sons Rupert and William

Mrs Gerald Legge with young sons Rupert and William
Mrs Gerald Legge(1929- 2016), featured in At home to the Sketch, with her sons Rupert(b. 1951) and William(b. 1949), at their home in 12 Chester Street, off Belgrave Square, London

Background imageRupert Collection: Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II

Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II
H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth dancing with Lord Rupert Nevill, younger son of the Marquess of Abergavenny, at the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy Ball. This was the first public ball she attended

Background imageRupert Collection: Prince Rupert of Teck

Prince Rupert of Teck
Photograph of Prince Rupert of Teck, son of Princess Alice of Albany and Prince Alexander of Teck. Ruperts grandfather was Prince Leopold, Queen Victorias youngest son

Background imageRupert Collection: In Possession. By A. E. Bestall

In Possession. By A. E. Bestall
Three girls sat on a bank by a stream watching a crab under the water. Alfred Bestall (1892-1986) is best-known as the artist who drew Rupert Bear for thirty years

Background imageRupert Collection: Soho, London - Rupert Street W1

Soho, London - Rupert Street W1, looking towards Brewer Street and Isows Restaurant. 1973

Background imageRupert Collection: Battle of Edgehill

Battle of Edgehill, the rising of the people in defence of liberty. Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, leading the Royalist cavalry. Date: 23 October 1642

Background imageRupert Collection: Lord Roberts inspects Rugby School OTC

Lord Roberts inspects Rugby School OTC
Lord Roberts, former Commander-in-Chief of the British Army and recipient of the Victoria Cross during the Indian Mutiny, visits Rugby School in February 1906 where he inspects the schools Rifle Club

Background imageRupert Collection: Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, leading the Royalist cavalry at

Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, leading the Royalist cavalry at the Battle of Edgehill, Warwickshire, 23 October 1642, during the English Civil War (1642-1646). Date: 1642

Background imageRupert Collection: Danse dAmour

Danse dAmour
An oil painting depicting male and female figures engaging in a romantic dance, next to a pool topped with lily pads. Date: circa 1924

Background imageRupert Collection: The Cliff Path

The Cliff Path
An oil painting of a gathering of well dressed ladies walking along a cliff path by the sea. Date: circa 1918

Background imageRupert Collection: A Quiet Evening

A Quiet Evening
This oil painting depicts an interior scene of three women close together, having a quiet evening. Date: circa 1918

Background imageRupert Collection: The Sun newspaper office

The Sun newspaper office
30 Bouverie Street, London, home of the News of the World newspaper and also The Sun following its purchase by Rupert Murdoch in 1969

Background imageRupert Collection: Rupert Murdoch, media magnate

Rupert Murdoch, media magnate
Rupert Murdoch (Keith Rupert Murdoch, b 1931), Australian-born American media magnate and the founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of News Corporation. Date: 1981

Background imageRupert Collection: Comic postcard, Elderly couple emerge from Tunnel of Love Date: circa 1961

Comic postcard, Elderly couple emerge from Tunnel of Love Date: circa 1961

Background imageRupert Collection: An old Tudor house standing on Little Tower Hill

An old Tudor house standing on Little Tower Hill, London. Built in the time of Henry VIII with heads of Roman Emperors in plaster or stucco on the front

Background imageRupert Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Rupert

Holy Roman Emperor Rupert, 1352-1410. Rupertus Parvus, Rupert of the Palinate, King of Germany, Elector Palatine. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy

Background imageRupert Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III

Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III, Fridericus III, Fredericus Brunsvicensis, died 1400. With orb and Bible. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy

Background imageRupert Collection: COUNCILLOR / VOTER 1970S

COUNCILLOR / VOTER 1970S
The councillor-elect Rupert Kinross talks to a constituent in Shepperton Date: 1970s

Background imageRupert Collection: Rupert at Edgehill

Rupert at Edgehill
Battle of EDGEHILL : Prince Ruperts charge which, though it did not bring a Royalist victory, prevented a Royalist defeat Date: 23 October 1642

Background imageRupert Collection: Grave of Rupert Brooke in Skyros

Grave of Rupert Brooke in Skyros
Crosses on the Greek island of Skyros marking the grave of the English poet, Rupert Brooke (1887-1915), where he was buried having died a sea

Background imageRupert Collection: Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone & her children

Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone & her children
Princess Alice of Albany, Countess of Athlone (1883-1981), daughter of Prince Leopold and granddaughter of Queen Victoria

Background imageRupert Collection: Coronation 1953, traditional guildhall luncheon

Coronation 1953, traditional guildhall luncheon
The newly-crowned Queen Elizabeth II attends a a traditional Guildhall luncheon in her honour on 12 June 1953, ten days after the Coronation

Background imageRupert Collection: Coquette by A. E. Bestall

Coquette by A. E. Bestall
A colour illustration by Alfred Bestall of a young girl with auburn hair trying to coax a red squirral down from a tree. Alfred Bestall (1892-1986)

Background imageRupert Collection: TV detectives

TV detectives
Columbo (Peter Falk), Tom Barnaby (John Nettles), Frost (David Jason), Jessica Fletcher (Angela Lansbury), Miss Marple (Joan Hickson), Inspector Wexford (George Baker), Poirot (David Suchet)

Background imageRupert Collection: Soho, London - Walkers Court W1

Soho, London - Walkers Court W1, looking towards Rupert Street. 1973

Background imageRupert Collection: Margaret Hughes

Margaret Hughes
MARGARET HUGHES actress, mistress of Prince Rupert of the Rhine Date: ? - 1719

Background imageRupert Collection: The Florence Restaurant, Rupert Street, London

The Florence Restaurant, Rupert Street, London
The Florence Restaurant, Rupert Street, Soho, County of London, England. Proprietor L Azario Date: 1910s

Background imageRupert Collection: Mrs. Anne Donnellan

Mrs. Anne Donnellan (1752). Barber, Rupert fl. 1736 - 1772. Miniature of Mrs Donellan 1752. Oval, mounted in plian gold with loop painted in enamel colours, inserted on back Mrs (Anne Donnellan) R.B

Background imageRupert Collection: London Life: A Street Market in Soho, the Latin Quarter

London Life: A Street Market in Soho, the Latin Quarter - Looking down Rupert Street toward Brewer Street Date: circa 1940

Background imageRupert Collection: Entrance Hall - Daily Express Building, Fleet Street, London

Entrance Hall - Daily Express Building, Fleet Street, London. Architects - Ellis & Clark. Lobby designed by Rupert Atkinson with reliefs by Eric Aumonier

Background imageRupert Collection: The Florence Restaurant, Rupert Street, London W1

The Florence Restaurant, Rupert Street, London W1, Proprietor L Azario. Showing a Renaissance style waiter in a rich Italian setting. Inside are dinner and supper menus for 19 November 1903

Background imageRupert Collection: The Duchess of Albany with her grandchildren

The Duchess of Albany with her grandchildren
The Duchess of Albany, formerly Princess Helena of Waldeck-Pyrmont (1861-1922), and wife of Prince Leopold, pictured in 1910 with her grandchildren

Background imageRupert Collection: The Pirates Cave. By A. E. Bestall

The Pirates Cave. By A. E. Bestall
An Illustration of two ladies daring each other to venture into a pirates cave. Alfred Bestall (1892-1986) is best-known as the artist who drew Rupert Bear for thirty years

Background imageRupert Collection: A Landlady with her a prospective lodger

A Landlady with her a prospective lodger
Seaside Landlady (discussing previous lodger):And to crown it all, she actually wanted to take alf of my lovely pictures down! So I tells er straight, You ain t got no soul for art. I says

Background imageRupert Collection: The Char-A-Banc. By A. E. Bestall

The Char-A-Banc. By A. E. Bestall
A fantasy scene showing two fairies hiding beside a waterfall. They cower from the humans looking from real world above. Alfred Bestall (1892-1986)

Background imageRupert Collection: Queen Mother 1947

Queen Mother 1947
ROYAL TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA AND RHODESIA: Queen Elizabeth attends the Civic Ball, City Hall, Durban. She makes her entrance on the arm of the Mayor, Rupert Ellie Brown

Background imageRupert Collection: Excuse Me adapted by Herbert C. Sargent

Excuse Me adapted by Herbert C. Sargent from an American farce of the same title by Rupert Hughes, which was first performed in England at the Garrick Theatre on 6th March 1915

Background imageRupert Collection: Rupert R Sandilands, English footballer

Rupert R Sandilands, English footballer
Rupert Renorden Sandilands (1868-?), footballer who played for the Old Westminsters and for England. 1890s

Background imageRupert Collection: Soho, London - Tisbury Court W1

Soho, London - Tisbury Court W1, with a view of Rupert Street at the far end. 1973

Background imageRupert Collection: Soho, London - Rupert Street Market W1

Soho, London - Rupert Street Market W1, viewed from Shaftesbury Avenue, looking towards Walkers Court and Broadwick House. 1973

Background imageRupert Collection: Hear the Calling of the Moon by Pierrot

Hear the Calling of the Moon by Pierrot, with a quotation from a poem by Rupert Brooke. 1925



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