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Tennyson Collection

Background imageTennyson Collection: Lady of Shalott 1888

Lady of Shalott 1888
The Lady of Shalott floating down the river

Background imageTennyson Collection: Tennyson / Ape / Vanity Fair

Tennyson / Ape / Vanity Fair
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON English poet Cartoon

Background imageTennyson Collection: Programme design, Gilbert & Sullivan, Princess Ida

Programme design, Gilbert & Sullivan, Princess Ida, Savoy Theatre, London. A respectful operatic perversion of Tennysons " Princess" in Three Acts. circa 1880s

Background imageTennyson Collection: The Lady of Shalott setting out on her boat for Camelot

The Lady of Shalott setting out on her boat for Camelot
Colour illustration of the Lady of Shalott setting out on her boat for Camelot

Background imageTennyson Collection: Tennyson, Shalott, W hse

Tennyson, Shalott, W hse
The curse is come upon me, cried the Lady of Shalott

Background imageTennyson Collection: Night slid down. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem The Gardener s

Night slid down. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem The Gardener s
Night slid down. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem The Gardeners Daughter. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Aristocrats at Whites Golf Club Golf Tournament

Aristocrats at Whites Golf Club Golf Tournament
Lady Allington, Lord Tennyson, Lord Lothian and Lady Astor at Whites Golf Tournament, played at Prince s, Sandwich. Date: 1932

Background imageTennyson Collection: Excalibur Restored

Excalibur Restored
Sir Bedivere, with considerable reluctance, restores the magic sword Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake

Background imageTennyson Collection: Tennyson Farringford

Tennyson Farringford
Alfred lord Tennyson (1809 - 1892) the poets home at Farringford, Isle of Wight

Background imageTennyson Collection: Arthur Henry Hallam

Arthur Henry Hallam
ARTHUR HENRY HALLAM Friend of Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Background imageTennyson Collection: Alfred Tennyson / Mote

Alfred Tennyson / Mote
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON English poet

Background imageTennyson Collection: Emily, Lady Tennyson

Emily, Lady Tennyson
EMILY (nee Sellwood), lady TENNYSON (1813-1896) wife of the poet

Background imageTennyson Collection: Out flew the web and floated wide. Illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons The

Out flew the web and floated wide. Illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons The Lady of Shallott. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Whither away? Illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons poem

Whither away? Illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons poem, The Sea Fairies Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Whereto the other with downward brow... Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennyson s

Whereto the other with downward brow... Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennyson s
Whereto the other with downward brow... Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem, Dream of Fair Women. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: The Lady of Shalott

The Lady of Shalott is a lyricalballadby the English poetAlfred Tennyson that tells the story ofElaine of Astolat a young noblewoman imprisoned in a tower on an island nearCamelot

Background imageTennyson Collection: Lord Alfred Tennyson

Lord Alfred Tennyson

Background imageTennyson Collection: Lord Alfred Tennyson Victorian Poet

Lord Alfred Tennyson Victorian Poet

Background imageTennyson Collection: The fair months of the year: August

The fair months of the year: August
Calendar page for August, with photograph of young woman seated by a pool, with waterlilies. Captioned The fair months of the year: August'

Background imageTennyson Collection: Aldworth, Blackdown, West Sussex

Aldworth, Blackdown, West Sussex, the house where Tennyson lived and died Date: 1928

Background imageTennyson Collection: Victorian Sheet Music Cover Warrior Return Alfred

Victorian Sheet Music Cover Warrior Return Alfred
victorian, sheet, music, cover, warrior, return, alfred, lord, tennyson, john, blockley, carry, carrying, body, bridge, medieval, middle, ages, people, procession, home, brought, dead, words

Background imageTennyson Collection: Tennyson and nurse

Tennyson and nurse
Alfred lord Tennyson (1809 - 1892) the Poet Laureate walking with his nurse on Freshwater Downs in 1891, shortly before his death Date:

Background imageTennyson Collection: Cartoon, Crossing the Bar (death of Tennyson)

Cartoon, Crossing the Bar (death of Tennyson)
Cartoon, Crossing the Bar -- Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) the Poet Laureate "crosses the bar": a quotation from one of his own poems, symbolising death. Date: 1892

Background imageTennyson Collection: A Rose in Roses. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem

A Rose in Roses. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem, The Gardeners Daughter. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: The shadow passeth when the tree shall fall. Illustration by Florence Harrison to

The shadow passeth when the tree shall fall. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem, Love and Death. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: But am I not the nobler thro thy love. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennyson s

But am I not the nobler thro thy love. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennyson s
But am I not the nobler thro thy love. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem, Love and Duty. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Alas for her that met me. Illustration by Florence Harrison for Tennysons poem

Alas for her that met me. Illustration by Florence Harrison for Tennysons poem, Lyric from Maud. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Bearing on my shallop. Illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons poem

Bearing on my shallop. Illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons poem, Recollections of the Arabian Nights. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: At last I heard a voice up on the slope cry to the summit, is there any hope

At last I heard a voice up on the slope cry to the summit, is there any hope. Illustration by Florence Harrison to Tennysons poem, The Vision of Sin. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Break, Break, Break - illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons poem. Date: c

Break, Break, Break - illustration by Florence Harrison of Tennysons poem. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Out upon the wharfs they came. Illustration by Florence Harrison from Tennysons poem

Out upon the wharfs they came. Illustration by Florence Harrison from Tennysons poem, The Lady of Shallott. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Joan of Arc a light of ancient France Illustration by Florence Harrison of Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc a light of ancient France Illustration by Florence Harrison of Joan of Arc from Tennysons Dream of Fair Women. Date: c.1920

Background imageTennyson Collection: Lady Clara Vere de Vere

Lady Clara Vere de Vere
Lady Clara Verede Vere is an English poem byAlfred Tennyson, part of his collected poems published in 1842. The poem is about a lady in a family ofaristocrats

Background imageTennyson Collection: The Hon. Mrs Lionel Tennyson

The Hon. Mrs Lionel Tennyson, formerly Felicite Tennant and daughter of Lord Glenconner. Wife of Lionel Tennyson and the Hampshire cricketer and England captain, who was the grandson of Alfred

Background imageTennyson Collection: George Frederick Watts, statue of Tennyson

George Frederick Watts, statue of Tennyson
George Frederick Watts RA, painter and sculptor, working on a large statue of Alfred Lord Tennyson. circa 1900

Background imageTennyson Collection: Charge of the Light Brigade, 25 October 1854

Charge of the Light Brigade, 25 October 1854, with a quotation from Tennysons poem. 1854

Background imageTennyson Collection: Alfred, Lord Tennysons House at Freshwater, Isle of Wight

Alfred, Lord Tennysons House at Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England. Date: 1910

Background imageTennyson Collection: GARIBALDI / TENNYSON

GARIBALDI / TENNYSON
Garibaldi visits England : he calls on the poet Tennyson at Farringford, on the Isle of Wight. Date: April 1864

Background imageTennyson Collection: Greetings Card Ribbon Bow Blue Birds Bird Red

Greetings Card Ribbon Bow Blue Birds Bird Red
greetings, card, ribbon, bow, blue, birds, bird, red, 1920s, 1910s, bluebird, quotation, tennyson, happy, days, bluebirds, 12016473

Background imageTennyson Collection: Tennyson Street School for Disabled, London - Basket Weaving

Tennyson Street School for Disabled, London - Basket Weaving
The London School Boards Tennyson Street School for Physically Defective Children - children engaged in basket weaving, one sits in a wheelchair. Date: early 1900s

Background imageTennyson Collection: Clarissa Tennant

Clarissa Tennant
Clarissa Madeleine Georgiana Felicite Tennant (1896-1960), daughter of 1st Baron Glenconner pictured staring into the fire

Background imageTennyson Collection: Daphne and Pamela Gladstone by Madame Yevonde

Daphne and Pamela Gladstone by Madame Yevonde
Daphne (?-1971) and Pamela (?-1962) Gladstone by Madame Yevonde. They were the daughters of William Buckley Gladstone. Pamela had recently become engaged to Eustace Tennyson D Eyncourt

Background imageTennyson Collection: Idylls of the KIng, 1559-1885. By English poet Lord ALfred T

Idylls of the KIng, 1559-1885. By English poet Lord ALfred T
Idylls of the KIng. Published 1559-1885. Cycle narrative poems by English poet Lord ALfred Tennyson (1809-1892). Engraving by Gustave Dor?. Brittany coast

Background imageTennyson Collection: Caricature of Tennyson and the Marquess of Queensberry

Caricature of Tennyson and the Marquess of Queensberry
Caricature of Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892), Poet Laureate, and John Sholto Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry (1844-1900)

Background imageTennyson Collection: Caricature, Henry Irving as The Lyceum Lion

Caricature, Henry Irving as The Lyceum Lion
Caricature, Henry Irving, English actor -- The Lyceum Lion. With a quotation from Tennysons play The Cup, in production at the time

Background imageTennyson Collection: Cartoon, Henry Irving and Alfred Tennyson

Cartoon, Henry Irving and Alfred Tennyson. " The Cup will be produced on Monday. Let us hope there will be something in it." The play, written by Tennyson after a story from Plutarch

Background imageTennyson Collection: Illuminated manuscript style New Year card

Illuminated manuscript style New Year card, with gothic lettering, verse and flowers. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageTennyson Collection: Mary Emily Hitchens (nee Prinsep) (later Lady Tennyson)

Mary Emily Hitchens (nee Prinsep) (later Lady Tennyson)
Mary Emily ( May ) Prinsep (1853-1931), Daughter of Charles Robert Prinsep; former wife of Andrew Hichens, and later wife of Hallam Tennyson



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