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Choose from 24,078 pictures in our Farm 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.


Belted Galloway - two cows in a field used for grazing a wild flower meadow Featured Farm Print

Belted Galloway - two cows in a field used for grazing a wild flower meadow

DK-285
Belted Galloway - two cows in a field used for grazing a wild flower meadow
Wiltshire - England - UK
David Kilbey
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Dave Kilbey / ardea.com

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Napoleon Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800, 1802 (oil on canvas) Featured Farm Print

Napoleon Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800, 1802 (oil on canvas)

XOS702755 Napoleon Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800, 1802 (oil on canvas) by David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825); 271x232 cm; ChA?teau de Versailles, France; (add.info.: Napoleon crossing the Alps;Napoleon I (1769-1821) Emperor Bonaparte; traversant les Alpes;); French, out of copyright

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Church Sheep Featured Farm Print

Church Sheep

6th August 1955: Sheep huddle in the doorway of the Abbey on the tiny island of Iona, famous for its connection with St Columba who founded a community on Iona after he was expelled from Ireland. The Abbey, which fell into disrepair after the Reformation, is being rebuilt by craftsmen and ministers of the Iona Community. The Iona Community is a Christian settlement run by a group of Scottish ministers who offer religion to factory workers and people living in the poorer areas of Glasgow. Their head office is in the city but they all visit Iona for three months of the year to train new recruits and gather people together for a Christian camp. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7915 - Iona Belongs To Glasgow - pub. 1955 (Photo by Maurice Ambler/Picture Post/Getty Images)