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Albert Collection

"Albert: A Multifaceted Legacy" Albert Marquet, a renowned artist of the 20th century

Background imageAlbert Collection: Fenetre a la Goulette, 1926. Artist: Albert Marquet

Fenetre a la Goulette, 1926. Artist: Albert Marquet
Feutre a la Goulette, 1926. Musee des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux, France

Background imageAlbert Collection: Einstein Plays Violin

Einstein Plays Violin
ALBERT EINSTEIN German born physicist. Playing the violin on board the steamer Deutschland from Europe to the USA

Background imageAlbert Collection: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their Children

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their Children
Queen Victoria (1819-1901) and Prince Consort Albert (1819-1961) and their Family (from top left, going across and then down): Victoria, Princess Royal (Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa)

Background imageAlbert Collection: Five adjacent pubs in Portsmouth, Hampshire

Five adjacent pubs in Portsmouth, Hampshire
Portsmouth was a town of many wonders in 1911. One of them was the possession of five fully licensed houses standing next to each other

Background imageAlbert Collection: Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria
QUEEN VICTORIA With Albert, Edward, Princess Royal, Alice, Alfred and Helena at Osborne. Date: Circa 1848

Background imageAlbert Collection: Royal Albert Bridge, under construction c1858

Royal Albert Bridge, under construction c1858

Background imageAlbert Collection: The Lion and Albert (colour litho)

The Lion and Albert (colour litho)
3641847 The Lion and Albert (colour litho) by Hassall, John (1868-1948); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Lion and Albert)

Background imageAlbert Collection: Two bridges over the River Tamar, Devon and Cornwall

Two bridges over the River Tamar, Devon and Cornwall
Two bridges over the River Tamar, connecting Plymouth, Devon and Saltash, Cornwall. On the left is the Royal Albert Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Brunel and completed in 1859

Background imageAlbert Collection: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein in 1922

Background imageAlbert Collection: High Street and Albert Clock, Belfast, Northern Ireland

High Street and Albert Clock, Belfast, Northern Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageAlbert Collection: Reading Aloud, 1884, (1936). Creator: Albert Joseph Moore

Reading Aloud, 1884, (1936). Creator: Albert Joseph Moore
Reading Aloud, 1884, (1936). Women in classical dress recline while reading a book. Victorian oil on canvas by Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893). Held at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Background imageAlbert Collection: The Day Dream, 1880 By Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882). E

The Day Dream, 1880 By Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882). English poet, illustrator and painter. Victoria and Albert Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageAlbert Collection: England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great

England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great
The Crystal Palace. Cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London for Great Exhibition of 1851. Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton (1803-1865). Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imageAlbert Collection: Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Aston Webb Front

Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Aston Webb Front - the final modified design - opened in 1909. Date: 1903

Background imageAlbert Collection: Princess Alexandra with her five children

Princess Alexandra with her five children
Princess Alexandra of Wales (1844 1925) (later Queen Alexandra consort) of Edward VII, photographed with her five children (left to right) Princess Victoria, who remained single

Background imageAlbert Collection: The Chelsea Arts Club Dazzle Ball

The Chelsea Arts Club Dazzle Ball
A flamboyant fancy-dress ball given by the Chelsea Arts Club at the Albert Hall. It was based on the principles of Dazzle

Background imageAlbert Collection: The Royal Family in 1923

The Royal Family in 1923
The British Royal Family on the wedding day of the Duke of York (later King George VI). From left to right: Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII)

Background imageAlbert Collection: Licensed Victuallers Asylum

Licensed Victuallers Asylum
View of the The Licensed Victuallers National Asylum (now Caroline Gardens) in 1830, an extensive almshouse estate off Old Kent Road at Asylum Road, opened in 1827

Background imageAlbert Collection: Liverpool birds eye view, 1886

Liverpool birds eye view, 1886
A magnificent birds eye view of Liverpool from the Mersey in 1886, showing the then-new public buildings, at the time of Queen Victorias visit to the Liverpool Exhibition

Background imageAlbert Collection: King George VI in Coronation Robes by Albert Collings

King George VI in Coronation Robes by Albert Collings
Portrait of King George VI by the portrait painter Albert Collings. Collings originally painted the picture for the Coronation of King Edward VIII but, after the Abdication, repainted the face

Background imageAlbert Collection: ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955). American (German-born) theoretical physicist

ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955). American (German-born) theoretical physicist
ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955). German-American theoretical physicist. At his home in Princeton, New Jersey. Photograph by Lucien Aigner, 1940, digitally colored by Granger, NYC

Background imageAlbert Collection: King George V and family; early 1920s

King George V and family; early 1920s
King George V and his wife Queen Mary together with four of their five surviving children, from left; Prince Albert of York (later King George VI)

Background imageAlbert Collection: Royal Albert Bridge, 1939

Royal Albert Bridge, 1939
A view of the Saltash Bridge spanning the Tamar River

Background imageAlbert Collection: Royal Albert Bridge, c1900

Royal Albert Bridge, c1900
Built 1859 and designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Background imageAlbert Collection: Organ - Tippoos Tiger

Organ - Tippoos Tiger
The unusual organ Tippoos Tiger, constructed to the order of Tippoo Sahib (1753- 1799), Sultan of Mysore, and represents the mauling of an East India Company Officer

Background imageAlbert Collection: Prince Albert

Prince Albert, Consort of Queen Victoria, looking dashing in his military uniform

Background imageAlbert Collection: Guy de Maupassant, French writer

Guy de Maupassant, French writer
Guy de Maupassant ( Henri Rene Albert Guy de Maupassant ), French writer of novels, short stories and poems

Background imageAlbert Collection: Albert Ward, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, West London

Albert Ward, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, West London
Scene in Albert Ward, St Marys Hospital, Paddington, West London, with doctors, nurses and patients. circa 1905

Background imageAlbert Collection: Trajan Column, Rome, base portion

Trajan Column, Rome, base portion
Black and white lantern slide capturing image of the cast of the base of Trajans Column inside the Victoria and Albert Museum Cast Court

Background imageAlbert Collection: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
Queen Victoria (1819-1901) stares lovingly into the face of her beloved husband Prince Consort Albert (1819-1861). Date: circa 1950s

Background imageAlbert Collection: No! : Soviet poster, 1958, by Albert Aslyan

No! : Soviet poster, 1958, by Albert Aslyan
RUSSIA: ANTI-NUCLEAR, 1958. No! : Soviet poster, 1958, by Albert Aslyan

Background imageAlbert Collection: Eric Liddell

Eric Liddell (1902 - 1945), Scottish athlete, rugby union international and missionary, Olympic gold medal winner in the 400m at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games

Background imageAlbert Collection: Releasing carrier pigeon from tank, France, WW1

Releasing carrier pigeon from tank, France, WW1
A human hand releasing a carrier pigeon through the porthole of a tank, near Albert, Somme, northern France, during the First World War. Date: 9 August 1918

Background imageAlbert Collection: Queen Victoria on her wedding day

Queen Victoria on her wedding day

Background imageAlbert Collection: Princess Alice with Grand Duke Louis of Hesse

Princess Alice with Grand Duke Louis of Hesse
Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hess with her husband, Grand Duke Louis (Ludwig IV) of Hesse (1843-1878). Alice was Queen Victorias third child and second daughter

Background imageAlbert Collection: Robidas rotating house

Robidas rotating house
Maison tournante arienee or aerial rotating house, one of Albert Robidas futuristic visions of life in the 20th century

Background imageAlbert Collection: Princess Louise

Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939) shown in the late 1860s with a pet dog. Louise was the fourth daughter and sixth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Background imageAlbert Collection: Queen Victoria and children in mourning at Windsor

Queen Victoria and children in mourning at Windsor
Queen Victoria with her daughters, Vicky (Crown Princess of Prussia, standing behind), Alice (kneeling) and her son Prince Alfred, mourning Prince Albert

Background imageAlbert Collection: Royal Albert Bridge

Royal Albert Bridge
The construction of the Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash in 1859

Background imageAlbert Collection: Albert Einstein 1921

Albert Einstein 1921
ALBERT EINSTEIN German physicist in 1921

Background imageAlbert Collection: Albert Hall / Chromo

Albert Hall / Chromo
A view of the exterior of the Royal Albert Hall

Background imageAlbert Collection: Albert Kesselring

Albert Kesselring
ALBERT KESSELRING Chief of the General Staff of the Luftwaffe : condemned at Nuremberg for action in Italy but imprisoned, and eventually pardoned

Background imageAlbert Collection: Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein. Computer illustration of the German-American physicist Albert Einstein (1879- 1955) seen with an astronomical artwork and equations including E=mc2

Background imageAlbert Collection: Computer artwork of Albert Einstein and E=mc2

Computer artwork of Albert Einstein and E=mc2

Background imageAlbert Collection: Marriage of Victoria

Marriage of Victoria
The marriage of Queen Victoria to her cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Date: 10 February 1840

Background imageAlbert Collection: Queen Victoria at her desk

Queen Victoria at her desk
Photographic study of Queen Victoria at her writing desk. Taken in 1882, a framed portrait of her late husband Prince Albert on the desk

Background imageAlbert Collection: The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman

The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman
Illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a buxom, matronly singer hitting a high note in the Albert Hall. Her voice is so loud (or bad)

Background imageAlbert Collection: Street scene with Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

Street scene with Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall
Street scene in Saltash, Cornwall, with Brunels Royal Albert Bridge towering above, crossing the River Tamar between Plymouth, Devon, and Saltash, Cornwall. Date: 1960s



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"Albert: A Multifaceted Legacy" Albert Marquet, a renowned artist of the 20th century, captured the essence of Fenetre a la Goulette in his mesmerizing painting from 1926. The vibrant colors and intricate details transport viewers to a picturesque scene along the coast. Did you know that Albert Einstein had an unexpected talent? Besides revolutionizing physics, he also played the violin with great skill. His harmonious melodies echoed through concert halls, showcasing his genius beyond scientific equations. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's love story is legendary. Their regal presence radiates in portraits alongside their children, symbolizing an era filled with grace and elegance. The Trajan Column in Rome stands tall as a testament to ancient Roman history. Its base portion depicts remarkable scenes of triumphs and conquests, capturing the imagination of all who gaze upon it. In Portsmouth, Hampshire, five adjacent pubs create a lively atmosphere where locals gather for laughter and camaraderie. Each establishment has its own unique charm but together they form a vibrant tapestry of community spirit. Albert Arthur Allen's photograph "ALLEN: CHORUS LINE" captures the beauty and vulnerability of nude dancers in perfect harmony. Through his lens, he immortalizes their artistry while celebrating their individuality within this captivating chorus line. Queen Victoria's reign left an indelible mark on British history. Her strong leadership during times of change shaped her nation into what it is today – proud and resilient. The Royal Albert Bridge stands as both an engineering marvel and a symbol of progress. Under construction since 1858, this magnificent structure connects communities across generations while spanning rivers with grace. Joseph Paxton's Crystal Palace once stood proudly in London—an architectural masterpiece that showcased innovation at its finest. This grand exhibition hall brought people together under one roof to celebrate human achievements across various fields. Beyond his groundbreaking theories on relativity, Albert Einstein was known for his humility and wisdom.