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Triumphant Gallery

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

Choose from 47 pictures in our Triumphant 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.


Cartoon, Delicious Dreams! Castles in the Air Featured Print

Cartoon, Delicious Dreams! Castles in the Air

Cartoon, Delicious Dreams! Castles in the Air! Glorious Prospects! Vide An Afternoon Nap after the Fatigues of an Official Dinner, by James Gillray. Showing five Cabinet ministers (Portland, Hawkesbury, Perceval, Castlereagh and Canning) sleeping and dreaming at a round table. The vision above is of Britannia riding in triumph, to the dismay of Napoleon. Date: 1808

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Mars triumphant Featured Print

Mars triumphant

Mars triumphant. Illustration shows Mars, the Roman god of war, sitting on a throne with his arms folded across his chest and a sword resting on his lap, he is illuminated by a ray of light beaming from above; at center a broken olive branch lies on the ground, and on the right a female figure labeled Peace, cradling a dove, flees storm clouds, representing Russia and Japan, about to clash, between her and Mars. Date 1904 February 24. Mars triumphant. Illustration shows Mars, the Roman god of war, sitting on a throne with his arms folded across his chest and a sword resting on his lap, he is illuminated by a ray of light beaming from above; at center a broken olive branch lies on the ground, and on the right a female figure labeled Peace, cradling a dove, flees storm clouds, representing Russia and Japan, about to clash, between her and Mars. Date 1904 February 24

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

I believe it is peace for our time Featured Print

I believe it is peace for our time

Extract from the Illustrated London News, October 8th 1938, celebrating Chamberlain's triumphant return to England following the Munich Agreement, claimed to have secured peace between Britain and Germany. Pictures from top right as follows: 1)Mr. Chamberlain's leaves Heston Airport for Buckingham Palace. 2)Mr. Chamberlain holding the declaration 3)The declaration 4)Outside 10 Downing Street 5)Lord Claredon delivers a message from the King to Mr. Chamberlain 6)The Prime Minister welcomed by Cabinet colleagues on landing at Heston Airport. The celebrations were short lived: less than a year later, world war two had begun

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans