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Colour Print Collection

"Exploring the Vibrant World of Colour Print: A Journey through Time" Step into a world where artistry and history intertwine

Background imageColour Print Collection: And when did you last see your father?, 1878. Artist: William Frederick Yeames

And when did you last see your father?, 1878. Artist: William Frederick Yeames
And when did you last see your father?, 1878

Background imageColour Print Collection: Hastings, 19th century (1910). Artist: JMW Turner

Hastings, 19th century (1910). Artist: JMW Turner
Hastings, 19th century (1910). From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Battle of Texel, 1673 (c1920). Artist: Eugene Louis Gabriel Isabey

The Battle of Texel, 1673 (c1920). Artist: Eugene Louis Gabriel Isabey
The Battle of Texel, 1673 (c1920). In 1653, the Dutch admiral Maarten Tromp was killed in a battle with the English navy off the coast of Texel, Holland

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Brighton Mail on Christmas Day, 1836 (1905). Artist: Henry Thomas Alken

The Brighton Mail on Christmas Day, 1836 (1905). Artist: Henry Thomas Alken
The Brighton Mail on Christmas Day, 1836 (1905). From The Connoisseur (January 1905)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Clark Gable (1901-1960) and Vivien Leigh (1913-1967), actors, 1940

Clark Gable (1901-1960) and Vivien Leigh (1913-1967), actors, 1940. Gable and Leigh in a scene from Gone With the Wind (1939). From the front cover of Picturegoer magazine (27 April 1940)

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Battle of Drumclog, 1679 (19th century). Artist: George Harvey

The Battle of Drumclog, 1679 (19th century). Artist: George Harvey
The Battle of Drumclog, 19th century. The Battle of Drumclog was fought on 1 June 1679, between a group of Covenanters and the forces of John Graham of Claverhouse, at High Drumclog

Background imageColour Print Collection: Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, 1849

Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, 1849. Artist: Lemercier
Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou (1113-1151), on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, Le Mans, France, 1849

Background imageColour Print Collection: The tepidarium of the Baths of Caracalla, Rome, Italy, 1933-1934

The tepidarium of the Baths of Caracalla, Rome, Italy, 1933-1934. The Baths of Caracalla were Roman public baths, or thermae, built in Rome between AD 212 and 216

Background imageColour Print Collection: Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle, Cumbria

Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle, Cumbria

Background imageColour Print Collection: Assyrian brick and tile design, 1933-1934

Assyrian brick and tile design, 1933-1934. Original from Layards Monument of Nineveh. From Wonders of the Past, Volume II, 1933-1934

Background imageColour Print Collection: Colour print titled The Chinese must go

Colour print titled The Chinese must go
3521293 Colour print titled The Chinese must go'; (add.info.: Colour print titled The Chinese must go by George M. Reevs. Dated 19th Century); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageColour Print Collection: Dancing Dervishes, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, recto: ca. 1610; verso: ca. 1530-50

Dancing Dervishes, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, recto: ca. 1610; verso: ca. 1530-50

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Falls by Sunrise with the spray cloud rising 1, 200 feet, pub. 1865. Creator

The Falls by Sunrise with the spray cloud rising 1, 200 feet, pub. 1865. Creator
The Falls by Sunrise with the spray cloud rising 1, 200 feet, from The Victoria Falls, Zambezi River, pub. 1865 (colour lithographgraph). T. Baines delt_T. Picken, lith

Background imageColour Print Collection: Unwan, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, recto and verso: ca. 1630-40

Unwan, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, recto and verso: ca. 1630-40

Background imageColour Print Collection: Genesis II (Schopfungsgeschichte II), 1914 (woodcut in yellow, black, and green)

Genesis II (Schopfungsgeschichte II), 1914 (woodcut in yellow, black, and green)
3248180 Genesis II (Schopfungsgeschichte II), 1914 (woodcut in yellow, black, and green) by Marc, Franz (1880-1916); National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA; German, out of copyright

Background imageColour Print Collection: Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912). Artist: Henry Dixon

Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912). Artist: Henry Dixon
Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912). From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Colour print of St. Louis, Missouri as seen from above Mississippi River, dated 1859

Colour print of St. Louis, Missouri as seen from above Mississippi River, dated 1859
Colour print of St. Louis, Missouri as seen from above Mississippi River

Background imageColour Print Collection: Blackpool Tower and Pleasure Beach, England, dated 1894, photomechanical print

Blackpool Tower and Pleasure Beach, England, dated 1894, photomechanical print
Photomechanical print of Blackpool Tower and Pleasure Beach

Background imageColour Print Collection: Colour print of Macon City, Macon County, Missouri, dated 1869

Colour print of Macon City, Macon County, Missouri, dated 1869
Colour print of Macon City, Macon County, Missouri

Background imageColour Print Collection: Stage-Coach, 1827 (1927). Artist: George Hunt

Stage-Coach, 1827 (1927). Artist: George Hunt
Stage-Coach, 1827 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Lady Mary Forbes, 18th century (1926). Artist: George Romney

Lady Mary Forbes, 18th century (1926). Artist: George Romney
Lady Mary Forbes, 18th century (1926). Lady Forbes was the wife of Baron George Forbes, the third Earl of Granard, whom she married in 1709

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Colossus of Rhodes, Greece, 1933-1934

The Colossus of Rhodes, Greece, 1933-1934. The Colossus of Rhodes was a colossus of the Greek god Helios, erected on the Greek island of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos between 292 and 280 BC

Background imageColour Print Collection: The lion frieze from King Darius winter palace at Susa, Iran, 1933-1934

The lion frieze from King Darius winter palace at Susa, Iran, 1933-1934. Enamelled tile. From Wonders of the Past, volume II, 1933-1934

Background imageColour Print Collection: The archers of Kiing Darius, Susa, Iran, 1933-1934

The archers of Kiing Darius, Susa, Iran, 1933-1934
The archers of King Darius, Susa, Iran, 1933-1934. Enameled tiles. From Wonders of the Past, volume II, 1933-1934

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey, 1933-1934

The Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey, 1933-1934. From Wonders of the Past, volume II, 1933-1934

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938

The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938. The Miles M.14 Magister was a British 2-seat monoplane basic trainer aircraft built by Miles Aircraft for the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm

Background imageColour Print Collection: Landsknechts from the 16th century, 19th century. Artist: Ludwig Burger

Landsknechts from the 16th century, 19th century. Artist: Ludwig Burger
Landsknechts from the 16th century, 19th century. Landsknechts were European, most often German, mercenary pikemen and supporting foot soldiers from the late 15th to the late 16th centuries

Background imageColour Print Collection: Advertisement for Peek Freans Biscuits, late 19th century

Advertisement for Peek Freans Biscuits, late 19th century

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Blenheim, Leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, 1831 (1927). Artist: Frederick James Havell

The Blenheim, Leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, 1831 (1927). Artist: Frederick James Havell
The Blenheim, Leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford, 1831 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Approach to Christmas, 19th century (1927). Artist: George Hunt

Approach to Christmas, 19th century (1927). Artist: George Hunt
Approach to Christmas, 19th century (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Royal Mails starting from the General Post Office, London, 1830 (1927). Artist: R Reeves

The Royal Mails starting from the General Post Office, London, 1830 (1927). Artist: R Reeves
The Royal Mails starting from the General Post Office, London, 1830 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: North Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington, 1823 (1927). Artist: Thomas Sutherland

North Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington, 1823 (1927). Artist: Thomas Sutherland
North Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington, 1823 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Moreby Hall, c1883 (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Moreby Hall, c1883 (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Moreby Hall, c1883 (1904). Watercolour. Plate taken from Whistler As I Knew Him, by Mortimer Menpes, published by Adam and Charles Black (London, 1904)

Background imageColour Print Collection: A Bye Canal, Venice, 19th century, (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

A Bye Canal, Venice, 19th century, (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
A Bye Canal, Venice, 19th century, (1904). From a pastel. Plate taken from Whistler As I Knew Him, by Mortimer Menpes, published by Adam and Charles Black (London, 1904)

Background imageColour Print Collection: A futuristic view of living in space, c1970s. Artist: NASA

A futuristic view of living in space, c1970s. Artist: NASA
A futuristic view of living in space, c1970s

Background imageColour Print Collection: A NASA Lunar Module, c1970s. Artist: NASA

A NASA Lunar Module, c1970s. Artist: NASA
A NASA Lunar Module, c1970s

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Opposition Coaches, 1837 (1927). Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson

The Opposition Coaches, 1837 (1927). Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson
The Opposition Coaches, 1837 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Half Way (Leeds Coach), 1837 (1927). Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson

Half Way (Leeds Coach), 1837 (1927). Artist: Charles Cooper Henderson
Half Way (Leeds Coach), 1837 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Under Weigh Without a Pilot, 1836 (1927). Artist: J Harris

Under Weigh Without a Pilot, 1836 (1927). Artist: J Harris
Under Weigh Without a Pilot, 1836 (1927). Plate taken from Famous Sporting Prints IV: Coaching, published by The Studio Limited (London, 1927)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Pringle House, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Pringle House, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Pringle House, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, c18th century (1921). Plate taken from Famous Colonial Houses, by Paul M Hollister, published by David McKay (Philadelphia, 1921)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Wentworth Mansion, New Hampshire, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Wentworth Mansion, New Hampshire, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Wentworth Mansion, New Hampshire, USA, c18th century (1921). Plate taken from Famous Colonial Houses, by Paul M Hollister, published by David McKay (Philadelphia, 1921)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Cliveden, Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Cliveden, Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Cliveden, Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA, c18th century (1921). Benjamin Chew built his estate, named Cliveden, between 1763 and 1767

Background imageColour Print Collection: Longfellow House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Longfellow House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Longfellow House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, c18th century (1921). Plate taken from Famous Colonial Houses, by Paul M Hollister, published by David McKay (Philadelphia, 1921)

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Kendall House, Virginia, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

The Kendall House, Virginia, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
The Kendall House, Virginia, USA, c18th century (1921). It was from Kendall House that Generals Washington and Rochambeau planned the Yorktown campaign

Background imageColour Print Collection: Timothy Dexter House, Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Timothy Dexter House, Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Timothy Dexter House, Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA, c18th century (1921). Plate taken from Famous Colonial Houses, by Paul M Hollister, published by David McKay (Philadelphia, 1921)

Background imageColour Print Collection: The Quincy House, New England, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

The Quincy House, New England, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
The Quincy House, New England, USA, c18th century (1921). Plate taken from Famous Colonial Houses, by Paul M Hollister, published by David McKay (Philadelphia, 1921)

Background imageColour Print Collection: Morris-Jumel Mansion, Washington Heights, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Morris-Jumel Mansion, Washington Heights, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Morris-Jumel Mansion, Washington Heights, c18th century (1921). Morris-Jumel Mansion is the oldest house in Manhattan. It served as a headquarters for both sides in the American Revolution

Background imageColour Print Collection: Mount Vernon, near Alexandria, Virginia, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston

Mount Vernon, near Alexandria, Virginia, USA, c18th century (1921). Artist: James Preston
Mount Vernon, near Alexandria, Virginia, USA, c18th century (1921). Mount Vernon was the plantation home of George Washington, the first President of the United States



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"Exploring the Vibrant World of Colour Print: A Journey through Time" Step into a world where artistry and history intertwine, as we delve into the captivating realm of colour print. From poignant portraits to breathtaking landscapes, each piece tells its own unique story. Transport yourself back to 1878 with William Frederick Yeames' masterpiece "And when did you last see your father?" The emotions captured in this artwork are palpable, leaving us pondering the complexities of family dynamics. JMW Turner's enchanting depiction of Hastings in the 19th century (1910) takes us on a visual journey through time. The vibrant hues bring life to every brushstroke, allowing us to witness the beauty that once graced this coastal town. In 1940, Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh stole our hearts on-screen, their chemistry immortalized in an exquisite colour print. These legendary actors remind us of a golden era in cinema that continues to captivate audiences today. Eugene Louis Gabriel Isabey's portrayal of "The Battle of Texel" transports us back to 1673 (c1920). This dramatic scene showcases both the chaos and bravery that defined historical conflicts, reminding us of humanity's resilience throughout time. Lemercier brings Geoffrey V's tomb at Le Mans Cathedral to life with his stunning enamel effigy representation from 1849. Every intricate detail pays homage to this noble figure while showcasing the mastery behind enamel workmanship. Carlisle Cathedral stands tall as a testament to architectural brilliance. Its grandeur is beautifully captured in a vivid colour print that allows us to appreciate its awe-inspiring design even from afar. George Harvey invites us into Scotland's history with his rendition of "The Battle of Drumclog" from 1679 (19th century). Through his skilled brushstrokes, we witness pivotal moments that shaped nations and ignited passions within individuals fighting for their beliefs.