Skip to main content
Prints, Framed, Posters, Cards, Puzzles, Housewares, Canvas, Fine Art, Mounted, Metal
Historic Prints & Wall Art

sales@mediastorehouse.com
Tel: (678) 701-8254

Silence Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Nun looking at the camera
favorite_border

Nun looking at the camera
Rolls-Royce Phantom
favorite_border

Rolls-Royce Phantom
Ww1 Wife with Medal
favorite_border

Ww1 Wife with Medal
Parsee Tower of Silence
favorite_border

Parsee Tower of Silence
A Quaker meeting
favorite_border

A Quaker meeting
Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice Featured Image

Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice

The final German attempt to break through to the Channel ports, known as the Fourth Battle of Ypres, had initial success, and on 13 April 1918 the 2nd Worcesters were pushed back to the small village of Nieuwkerke, where they made a stand in the area of the Mairie. That evening the Germans entered the village and poured machine gun fire onto the defenders. Captain Crowe, the adjutant, realising that their position was becoming untenable, set off with a handful of volunteers to silence the guns. First they crawled and then charged, the fleeing Germans. However, further enemy re-inforcments arrived and, for silencing the guns and for allowing a controlled withdrawal of the Worcesters in later fighting, Captain Crowe was awarded the VC. Date: 2011

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Mottos - Curtain Silence
favorite_border

Mottos - Curtain Silence
Mottos - Circle of Silence
favorite_border

Mottos - Circle of Silence
The Silent Minute - Big Ben, London - WW2 Featured Image

The Silent Minute - Big Ben, London - WW2

The idea of the silent minute was developed in Britain in the Second World War, initially from an idea by Major Wellesley Tudor Pole. People were asked to devote one minute of prayer for peace at nine oclock each evening. The Silent Minute began in 1940 during The Blitz on the UK when Major Wellesley Tudor-Pole perceived "an inner request from a high spiritual source that there be a Silent Minute of Prayer for Freedom, at 9pm each evening during the striking of Big Ben. If enough people joined in this gesture of dedicated intent, the tide would turn and the invasion of England would be diverted." The Silent Minute was revived by Dorothy Forster and gained a new following of people after the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York. Date: circa 1940

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

2 Minutes Silence
favorite_border

2 Minutes Silence
Florence Higgins
favorite_border

Florence Higgins
St. Pauls, London - 1st Remebrance Day - 2 minutes silence Featured Image

St. Pauls, London - 1st Remebrance Day - 2 minutes silence

On 11th November 1919, the first anniversary of Armistice day, the Britsh nation, in response to an invitation by King George V, stood in silence for two minutes at 11 o'clock in remembrance of all who had given their lives in the First World War. Date: 1919

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

11th, 1919, 1st, Anniversary, Armistice, Cathedral, City, Crowd, Crowds, Day, Dead, Great, Historical, History, Honour, Honouring, London, Massed, Masses, Memorial, Memory, Minutes, November, Pauls, Queen, Remembrance, Saint, Silence, Silent, St, Statue, Victoria, War, World, Ww1, Wwi

Female Mason - 2
favorite_border

Female Mason - 2
Police Shooting Range
favorite_border

Police Shooting Range
Mckinley, 5 Min. Silence
favorite_border

Mckinley, 5 Min. Silence
Putney Junior Library
favorite_border

Putney Junior Library
Dumb Cake Custom
favorite_border

Dumb Cake Custom
2 Minute Silence, London
favorite_border

2 Minute Silence, London
Chamber of Deputies Bomb
favorite_border

Chamber of Deputies Bomb
Escaping Royals Return
favorite_border

Escaping Royals Return

Choose from 51 pictures in our Silence collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift

Prints, Framed, Posters, Cards, Puzzles, Housewares, Canvas, Fine Art, Mounted, Metal...

Professionally Made for Quick Shipping