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Background imageRoyalty Collection: Queen Victoria at Osborne House, 1865 (1906)

Queen Victoria at Osborne House, 1865 (1906). From Cassells History of England, Vol. VI. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1906]. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Detail from the Catalan Atlas, 1375 (vellum) (detail of 151844)

Detail from the Catalan Atlas, 1375 (vellum) (detail of 151844)
XZL387496 Detail from the Catalan Atlas, 1375 (vellum) (detail of 151844) by Cresques, Abraham (1325-87); Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Queen Elizabeth I, 16th century (1905)

Queen Elizabeth I, 16th century (1905). From Cassells History of England, Vol. II, [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1905]

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Faerie Queene, c1900. Artist: Walter Crane

Faerie Queene, c1900. Artist: Walter Crane
Faerie Queene, c1900. The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser (1553-1599), illustrated by Walter Crane (1845-1915). From Modern Pen Drawings: European and American, Edited by Charles Holme

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Manuscript Leaf with Opening of The Book of Nehemias, from a Bible, French, ca. 1280-1300

Manuscript Leaf with Opening of The Book of Nehemias, from a Bible, French, ca. 1280-1300. Artaxerxes kneels before the king receiving permission to make a journey

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)

Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)
Mary (1542-1587). Queen of Scotland (1542-1567). CLOUET, Francois (1505-1573). Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. OE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Musue Carnavalet (Carnavalet Museum)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902)

Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902). Portrait of the future Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) aged 14, before she was expected to be queen

Background imageRoyalty Collection: PRINCESS DIANA

PRINCESS DIANA
DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES (1961-1997) Former wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, mother of Prince William and Prince Harry. Tragically killed in a car crash in Paris

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Submission of Henry IV. At Canossa, (1077), 1890. Creator: Unknown

Submission of Henry IV. At Canossa, (1077), 1890. Creator: Unknown
Submission of Henry IV. At Canossa, (1077), 1890. Henry IV (1050-1106) King German King and Holy Roman Emperor, after being excommunicated

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Napoleon at Fontainebleau During the First Abdication - 31 March 1814, (1845)

Napoleon at Fontainebleau During the First Abdication - 31 March 1814, (1845). Artist: Paul Delaroche
Napoleon at Fontainebleau During the First Abdication - 31 March 1814, (1845). The invasion of France by the Allies culminated in Napoleons abdication of 11 April

Background imageRoyalty Collection: The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, 18 January 1871, (1936). Creator: Unknown

The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, 18 January 1871, (1936). Creator: Unknown
The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, 18 January 1871, (1936). Kaiserproklamation in Versailles, 18 Januar 1871

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Anne of Cleves, 1539, (1909). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Anne of Cleves, 1539, (1909). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Anne of Cleves, 1539, (1909). Henry VIII married Anne (1515-1557), a German Protestant princess, in 1540 for political reasons at the urging of his Chancellor, Thomas Cromwell

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Views in Chatsworth and Matlock, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Views in Chatsworth and Matlock, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Views in Chatsworth and Matlock, 1898. Chatsworth House stately home on the River Derwent, seat of the Duke of Devonshire home to the Cavendish family since 1549

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Soldiers of the Tudor Period, c16th century, (1903)

Soldiers of the Tudor Period, c16th century, (1903). From Social England, Volume III, edited by H.D. Traill, D.C.L. and J. S. Mann, M.A

Background imageRoyalty Collection: The Maharani of Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, 1893. Artist: W&D Downey

The Maharani of Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, 1893. Artist: W&D Downey
The Maharani of Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, 1893. From The Cabinet Portrait Gallery, fourth series, Cassell and Company Limited (London, Paris and Melbourne, 1893)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card, Historic Words series (chromolitho)

Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card, Historic Words series (chromolitho)
963888 Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card, Historic Words series (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Henri Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, 1804, (1839). Creator: Julien Leopold Boilly

Henri Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, 1804, (1839). Creator: Julien Leopold Boilly
Henri Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, 1804, (1839). Clarke (Henri-Jacques-Guillaume) duc de Fettre, Marechal de France. Portrait of Henri Jacques-Guillaume Clarke (1765-1818)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Catherine of Aragon, c1515, (1902)

Catherine of Aragon, c1515, (1902). Catherine, (in Spanish, Catalina de Aragon, 1485-1536) was queen consort of England as Henry VIII of Englands first wife

Background imageRoyalty Collection: King Cetewayo, 1902

King Cetewayo, 1902. Cetshwayo Kampande (c1826-1884), King of the Zulu Kingdom. After Crewes. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. I

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Charles IX of France, 1898. Artist:s Krakow

Charles IX of France, 1898. Artist:s Krakow
Charles IX of France, 1898. A print from Les Francais Illustres, by Gustave Demoulin, Hachette, Paris, 1898

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Prince Arthur, Eldest Son of Henry VII, c1502, (1902)

Prince Arthur, Eldest Son of Henry VII, c1502, (1902). Arthur (1486-1502) was married to Catherine of Aragon. When Arthur died, his younger brother Henry VIII married Catherine

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Sacred Festival and Coronation of their Imperial Majesties, Paris, 1804 (1806)

Sacred Festival and Coronation of their Imperial Majesties, Paris, 1804 (1806). The Emperor swears the Oath of Constitution at Notre Dame Cathedral

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902)

Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902). Portrait of the future Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) aged 14, before she was expected to be queen

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card, Historic Words series (chromolitho)

Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card, Historic Words series (chromolitho)
963893 Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card, Historic Words series (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chocolat Guerin-Boutron trade card)

The Battle of Poitiers (France) (or Battle of Maupertuis), (1356), between John II Le Bon (1319-1364)
AIS5385629 The Battle of Poitiers (France) (or Battle of Maupertuis), (1356), between John II Le Bon (1319-1364), King of France and Edward Plantagenet (Edward of Woodstock Brackembury)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Peaches in France, c.1910 (print)

Peaches in France, c.1910 (print)
7293297 Peaches in France, c.1910 (print); (add.info.: Food and beverage. Peaches of Montreuil (wall bars peaches). King Louis XV of France eat peaches in the garden of M

Otto II and his wife Theophano being blessed by Christ, ivory carving on a box, reliquary
7278134 Otto II and his wife Theophano being blessed by Christ, ivory carving on a box, reliquary; Private Collection; (add.info.: Otto II and his wife Theophano being blessed by Christ)

Frederick III with his wife Victoria, Princess Royal, 1859 (engraving)
7261260 Frederick III with his wife Victoria, Princess Royal, 1859 (engraving); Private Collection; (add.info.: Frederick III, 1831-1888, aka Friedrich III. German Emperor and King of Prussia)

Duchess Sophie Charlotte Augustine in Bavaria (23 February 1847 - 4 May 1897) (photo)
8684661 Duchess Sophie Charlotte Augustine in Bavaria (23 February 1847 - 4 May 1897) (photo) by Unknown photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Coronation Of Charles V, King Of France, Called The Wise, May 1364. From Les Artes Au Moyen Age
UIG5420240 Coronation Of Charles V, King Of France, Called The Wise, May 1364. From Les Artes Au Moyen Age, Published Paris 1873 (engraving)

Portrait of Antiochus (Antioch) III the Great (223-187 BC), king of Seleucid. Marble sculpture. Louvre Museum, Paris
BEN5464124 Portrait of Antiochus (Antioch) III the Great (223-187 BC), king of Seleucid. Marble sculpture. Louvre Museum, Paris.; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Portrait of Louis XIV, 17th century (sculpture)
8724224 Portrait of Louis XIV, 17th century (sculpture) by Coysevox, Antoine (1640-1720); Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Conference between King Charles V of France, known as the Wise (1338-1380)

Conference between King Charles V of France, known as the Wise (1338-1380) and Charles IV (1316-1378)
FLO4630612 Conference between King Charles V of France, known as the Wise (1338-1380) and Charles IV (1316-1378) Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire

Circassian princess, sent as ambassador to Catherine the Great of Russia, 18th century
FLO4686522 Circassian princess, sent as ambassador to Catherine the Great of Russia, 18th century. Handcoloured steel engraving by Hippolyte Pauquet from the Pauquet Brothers' "" Modes et Costumes

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Louis XVI and his family at Versailles, awaiting the mob, French Revolution

Louis XVI and his family at Versailles, awaiting the mob, French Revolution
NWI4946896 Louis XVI and his family at Versailles, awaiting the mob, French Revolution.; (add.info.: Louis XVI and his family at Versailles, awaiting the mob)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette with their son the Dauphin (Louis Charles de France)

Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette with their son the Dauphin (Louis Charles de France, Futur Louis XVII)
NWI4944271 Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette with their son the Dauphin (Louis Charles de France, Futur Louis XVII, 1785-1795)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Wedding poster of Francois I offering his heart to Eleanor, around 1527 (engraving)

Wedding poster of Francois I offering his heart to Eleanor, around 1527 (engraving)
7415638 Wedding poster of Francois I offering his heart to Eleanor, around 1527 (engraving); Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

Background imageRoyalty Collection: King Charles IX of France in ceremonial robes. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger

King Charles IX of France in ceremonial robes. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres' gallery
FLO4571299 King Charles IX of France in ceremonial robes. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres' gallery (portfolio IX 7 bis)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Pierre II de Bourbon, Sire de Beaujeu, Peter II of Bourbon, Regent of France 1438-1503

Pierre II de Bourbon, Sire de Beaujeu, Peter II of Bourbon, Regent of France 1438-1503
FLO4570742 Pierre II de Bourbon, Sire de Beaujeu, Peter II of Bourbon, Regent of France 1438-1503. Handcoloured lithograph after a manuscript miniature in Roger de Gaignieres' portfolio VII 56

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Illustration of the book by Leo Taxil and J. Vindex 'Marat ou les heros de la revolution''

Illustration of the book by Leo Taxil and J. Vindex "Marat ou les heros de la revolution""
PCT4285562 Illustration of the book by Leo Taxil and J. Vindex "Marat ou les heros de la revolution"", Librairie anti-clericale (anti clerical)

Background imageRoyalty Collection: The entry of Henry IV of France into Paris, 16th century (print)

The entry of Henry IV of France into Paris, 16th century (print)
3077786 The entry of Henry IV of France into Paris, 16th century (print); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Nicholas II (1868 - 1919) Tsar of Russia

Nicholas II (1868 - 1919) Tsar of Russia
2603887 Nicholas II (1868 - 1919) Tsar of Russia; (add.info.: Nicholas II (1868 - 1919) Tsar of Russia from 1894. embracing Pallas - Athene (Minerva) the ancient goddess of Wisdom

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Maria-Pauline Borghese (born Bonaparte), 1840 (litho)

Maria-Pauline Borghese (born Bonaparte), 1840 (litho)
1574676 Maria-Pauline Borghese (born Bonaparte), 1840 (litho); (add.info.: Maria-Pauline Borghese (born Bonaparte - 1780-1825). Married Prince Camillo Borghese in 1803

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Princess Marie Christine of Orleans, 1840 (litho)

Princess Marie Christine of Orleans, 1840 (litho)
1574670 Princess Marie Christine of Orleans, 1840 (litho); (add.info.: Princess Marie Christine of Orleans (1813-1939) second daughter of Louis Philippe I of France

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Charles X of France, 1840 (litho)

Charles X of France, 1840 (litho)
1574663 Charles X of France, 1840 (litho); (add.info.: Charles X of France (1757-1836) King of France from 1824 until his abdication in the July Revolution of 1830

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Princess Marie Clementine of Orleans, 1840 (litho)

Princess Marie Clementine of Orleans, 1840 (litho)
1574671 Princess Marie Clementine of Orleans, 1840 (litho); (add.info.: Princess Marie Clementine of Orleans (1817-1907) youngest daughter of Louis Philippe I of France

Background imageRoyalty Collection: Francois II, 1840 (litho)

Francois II, 1840 (litho)
1574692 Francois II, 1840 (litho); (add.info.: Francois II (1544-1560) King of France 1559-1560. Married Mary, Queen of Scots in 1558. Lithograph, Paris, c1840.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageRoyalty Collection: king Edward VII: frontpage of 'l'assiette au beurre' during his official visit in Paris

king Edward VII: frontpage of 'l'assiette au beurre' during his official visit in Paris, 1903 coll. BNF-Paris
1752034 king Edward VII: frontpage of 'l'assiette au beurre' during his official visit in Paris, 1903 coll. BNF-Paris; (add.info.: king Edward VII)



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Royalty Collection

Royalty in Paris, France is a fascinating concept and has been around for centuries and still plays an important role in the city's culture and history. Royalty has its roots in the French monarchy, which was established during the Middle Ages and lasted until the French Revolution of 1789. Today, royalty is still celebrated with many royal events such as parades and festivals that take place throughout Paris each year. The city also houses several royal residences including the Louvre Palace, Tuileries Palace, Versailles Palace, Château de Fontainebleau and Château de Vincennes. These palaces are open to visitors who can explore their grandeur while learning about France's rich history of royalty. Royalty remains an integral part of life in Paris today as it continues to be celebrated through its many traditions and customs that make this beautiful city so unique.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Royalty collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that celebrate the rich history and grandeur of European royalty. Our collection features an extensive range of images capturing the elegance and opulence of French monarchs such as Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette, as well as other prominent figures like Napoleon Bonaparte. Each piece in our collection has been carefully curated to showcase the intricate details and lavish settings associated with royal life. From portraits to landscapes to architectural marvels, these pieces offer a glimpse into a bygone era where power was synonymous with luxury. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or an elegant gift for someone special, the Royalty collection from Media Storehouse is sure to impress. With its high-quality printing techniques and premium materials, each item in our collection is designed to last for years to come.
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What are Royalty (Paris France Europe) art prints?

Royalty art prints from Paris, France, Europe are a collection of high-quality and visually stunning artworks that depict the rich cultural heritage of European royalty. These prints showcase the grandeur and elegance of royal palaces, castles, gardens, portraits and other iconic landmarks associated with European monarchs. The Royalty art print collection features works by renowned artists who have captured the essence of European royalty through their paintings. The prints are available in various sizes to suit different preferences and interior design needs. These art prints make for great decorative pieces in homes or offices as they add a touch of sophistication and class to any space. They also serve as an excellent gift option for those interested in history or art enthusiasts. Royalty art prints offer a glimpse into the opulent world of European monarchy through beautiful artwork that is sure to impress anyone who lays eyes on them.
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What Royalty (Paris France Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Royalty art prints from Paris, France and Europe. These beautiful prints capture the essence of royalty in all its grandeur and elegance. From portraits of kings and queens to depictions of royal palaces, we have something for everyone. Some popular options include prints featuring the Palace of Versailles, home to French monarchs for over a century; portraits of Queen Elizabeth II, one of the longest-reigning British monarchs; and images showcasing the opulence and extravagance associated with European royalty. Our collection also includes artwork depicting historical events such as coronations, weddings, and other significant moments in royal history. Whether you're looking to add some regal flair to your home or office decor or simply appreciate the beauty and history captured in these prints, we have plenty to offer.
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To buy Royalty art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will need to provide your shipping and billing information. We offer a variety of payment options including credit card and PayPal. Once your order has been processed, they will begin preparing your print for shipment. It is important to note that all prints are made on high-quality paper using archival inks which ensures that they will last for many years without fading or deteriorating. Additionally, all prints come with a certificate of authenticity which guarantees their provenance. Buying Royalty art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple and straightforward process that allows you to bring beautiful artwork into your home or office.
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How much do Royalty (Paris France Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Royalty art prints featuring iconic figures from Paris, France and Europe. Our collection includes stunning portraits of monarchs, queens, kings and other members of the royal family that have left an indelible mark on history. The cost of our Royalty art prints varies depending on factors such as size, framing options and print quality. We strive to provide affordable prices without compromising on the quality or authenticity of our products. Our you can choose from a variety of printing materials including canvas, fine art paper and photographic paper. Each material has its unique texture and finish that adds character to the artwork. Whether you're looking for a regal portrait to adorn your living room or office space, we have something for everyone at Media Storehouse. Browse through our extensive collection today to find the perfect piece that suits your taste and budget.
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How will my Royalty (Paris France Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Royalty art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and flat boxes with protective padding for framed prints. Once your order is processed, our team carefully prepares your artwork for shipment. We work with trusted courier partners who specialize in handling delicate items like fine art prints. Your package will be tracked throughout the shipping process so that you can monitor its progress and receive updates on delivery times. When your Royalty art print arrives, it will be ready to display or frame as desired. Our goal is to ensure that every customer receives their artwork in perfect condition and enjoys a hassle-free experience from start to finish.