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Woodville Gallery

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

Choose from 40 pictures in our Woodville 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.

Lancers of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers leaving Mons Featured Print

Lancers of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers leaving Mons

Lancers of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers, 3rd Cavalry Brigade, 2nd Cavalry Division leaving Mons in 1919. The 5th Lancers (attached to the Canadian Corps) were the first British troops to re-enter Mons, just as they had been the last to leave Mons in August 1914. Very few of the troopers who left Mons in 1914 re-entered in 1918. Richard Caton Woodville, Ri (1856-1927)

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

Dress of the reign of Edward V and Richard Featured Print

Dress of the reign of Edward V and Richard

Dress of the reign of Edward V and Richard III, 1483-1485, based on Elizabeth Woodville.. She wears a tall headdress with long veil, a fur-trimmed mantle with wide collar over a striped dress. Seated in a medieval carved chair with lions on the arms. Based on portraits of Elizabeth Woodville, queen of Edward IV, description of the dress of Anne Neville, queen of Richard III, illuminated Royal manuscript 16F2, and effigy of Lady Peyton, Isleham Church, Cambridgeshire. Handcoloured lithograph from Costumes of British Ladies from the Time of William the First to the Reign of Queen Victoria,?London, Dickinson & Son, 1840

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

The Stirrup Charge by Countess Feodora Gleichen Featured Print

The Stirrup Charge by Countess Feodora Gleichen

Page from The Sketch reporting on a sculpture by Countess Feodora Gleichen, based on a picture by Richard Caton Woodville drawn for the Illustrated London News. Lady Feodora Georgina Maud Gleichen (20 December 1861 London 22 February 1922 London) was a British sculptress of figures and portrait busts and designer of decorative objects. Born Countess Feodora Georgina Maud von Gleichen, she was the eldest daughter of Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (a naval officer and sculptor and half-nephew of Queen Victoria) and his wife, Laura. In 1889, she and her two sisters, Valda and Helena, were bridesmaids to Princess Louise and the Earl of Fife. Lord Edward Gleichen, the distinguished soldier, was her brother. Gleichen studied art in her father's studio at St James's and later with Alphonse Legros at the Slade School of Art. While maintaining her father's studio she associated with leading artists such as Sir George Frampton, sculptor of the statue of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. She completed her studies in Rome in 1891 and regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1892 and at the New Dudley Gallery. A bas-relief and hand-mirror in jade and bronze won her a bronze medal at the Exposition Universelle in 1900. In 1917, Gleichen was granted the rank and style of a daughter of a marquess by Royal Warrant of Precedence following the reforms of the family names of George V. She died, unmarried, in 1922 at her grace and favour apartment in St James's Palace. Shortly before her death, she was awarded the L

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans