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Choose from 219 pictures in our Stately 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.

Comte De Chambord Exile Featured Print

Comte De Chambord Exile

While Bourbon pretender le comte de CHAMBORD is exiled from France, he lives in this stately home at Frohsdorff, Austria. Date: 19th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library

19th, Austria, Bourbon, Century, Chambord, Comte, De, Exile, Exiled, France, Frohsdorff, Historical, History, Home, Le, Lives, Places, Pretender, Stately

Arlington Court, Devon, with horse-drawn carriage Featured Print

Arlington Court, Devon, with horse-drawn carriage

A view of Arlington Court, a National Trust property in neoclassical style near Barnstaple in North Devon, with a horse-drawn carriage in the driveway. The property houses a collection of over 50 horse-drawn carriages, ranging from hansom cabs to a state coach. Date: circa 1980s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/ANDREW BESLEY

1980s, 80s, Arlington, Barnstaple, Blue, Cabs, Carriage, Carriages, Classical, Cloud, Clouds, Coach, Collection, Columns, Country, Court, Curved, Devon, Drawn, Drive, Driveway, Eighties, Garden, Gardens, Grass, Hansom, Historical, History, Home, Horse, Horses, Houses, Lawn, National, Neo, Neoclassical, North, Porch, Portico, Property, Rounded, Sky, State, Stately, Style, Sunny, Sunshine, Transport, Trust, West, White, Windows

The Country House Season 1915 by Charles Robinson, WW1 Featured Print

The Country House Season 1915 by Charles Robinson, WW1

'House party at Castle Bareacres coming down to dinner during the munitions season.' A pastiche on the traditional, upper class house party of the pre-war era, showing aristocratic visitors instead dressed in work clothes and leaving the factory floor to descend down a grand staircase for dinner. Barrels of cordite, picric acid and other explosive material can be seen pilled up by a suit of armour. The bewigged footman is temporarily interrupted from war work too. He wears a War Service badge and hides a saw behind his back. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans