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"Count: A Journey Through Time and Talent" From the medieval courts of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou, to the electrifying boxing matches featuring Jack Johnson

Background imageCount Collection: Scene from Mozarts opera The Marriage of Figaro. (Le Nozze di Figaro), comic opera

Scene from Mozarts opera The Marriage of Figaro. (Le Nozze di Figaro), comic opera (opera buffa) with libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte (1749-1838) after Beaumarchais

Background imageCount Collection: The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant

The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant
A rare mezzotint of High Leicestershire Lights of the past enjoying breakfast before a hunt. From left to right are Massey Stanley, the Earl of Wilton, Count Matuszevic, Lord Gardner

Background imageCount Collection: Jack Johnson in a boxing match

Jack Johnson in a boxing match
Jack Johnson (1878-1946), nicknamed the Galveston Giant, African-American world heavyweight champion boxer, 1908-1915, standing at the ropes in a boxing match with an unidentified opponent

Background imageCount Collection: Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou

Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou. circa 1151

Background imageCount Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

The Count Basie Orchestra in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980: Count Basie (piano), Cleveland Eaton (bass), Freddie Green (guitar), Gregg Field (drums)

Background imageCount Collection: Leo Tolstoy and Ilya Repin

Leo Tolstoy and Ilya Repin
Ilya Yefimovich Repin (1844-1930), Russian painter of the Peredvizhniki (The Wanderers) artistic school with, Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), (left), at the writers house in 1907. Date: 1907

Background imageCount Collection: Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1

Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1
Count Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf (1852-1925), Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of the First World War. Seen here with his Chief of Staff, General Muller

Background imageCount Collection: Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy

Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy
Famous dog, just after he had finally been christened with the name Bonzo. He appears with a swollen eye after fighting with a wasp

Background imageCount Collection: Folio of Codex of the Usages depicting the Catalan Parlia

Folio of Codex of the Usages depicting the Catalan Parlia
Alfonso IV of Aragon called the kind (1299-1336). King of Aragon and count of Barcelona as Alfonso III, from 1327 to his death. Son of James II and Blanche of Anjou

Background imageCount Collection: Leo Tolstoy, Russian novelist

Leo Tolstoy, Russian novelist
Leo Tolstoy (Count Lyev Nikolayevich Tolstoy), Russian novelist, essayist, dramatist and educational reformer

Background imageCount Collection: Kazimirz Pulaski

Kazimirz Pulaski
Count KAZIMIERZ (Casimir) PULASKI Polish-American soldier

Background imageCount Collection: Count D orsay / Maclise

Count D orsay / Maclise
COUNT ALFRED GUILLAUME GABRIEL D ORSAY French society leader in Paris and London. Wit, painter, sculptor, conversationalist and arbiter of fashion

Background imageCount Collection: Prince Philip of Greece & Milford Havens at Maidenhead

Prince Philip of Greece & Milford Havens at Maidenhead
Celebrities at the Maidenhead Fishery Club in 1931. From left, the Marchioness of Milford Haven, formerly Countess Nada Torby, daughter of Grand Duke Michael of Russia, her daughter

Background imageCount Collection: Ramon Berenguer II. Count of Barcelona (1076-1082)

Ramon Berenguer II. Count of Barcelona (1076-1082). Painting. SPAIN. Barcelona. Montjuic Castle Military Museum

Background imageCount Collection: Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747). Corfu. Gree

Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747). Corfu. Gree
Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747). Marshal defender of the city of Corfu of the Turkish invasion of 1716. Marble statue. Corfu. Ionian Islands. Greece

Background imageCount Collection: WILLIAM II (1626-1650). Prince of Orange, count of Nassau. Painting by Anthony Van Dyck

WILLIAM II (1626-1650). Prince of Orange, count of Nassau. Painting by Anthony Van Dyck, c1640

Background imageCount Collection: Picture No. 90018147

Picture No. 90018147
Buff Orpington cock Warwickshire Date:

Background imageCount Collection: Man in the Iron Mask, playing the cello in prison

Man in the Iron Mask, playing the cello in prison
There are conflicting theories as to who this man was. One is that he was Count Ercole Antonio Mattioli (Matthioli or Marchioly, 1640-1703), an Italian diplomat, arrested as Eustache Dauger in 1669

Background imageCount Collection: America - Battle Of Fort Mercer

America - Battle Of Fort Mercer
The Repulse Of The Hessians Under Count Donop at Fort Mercer During The Battle Of Red Bank, New Jersey Date: 1778

Background imageCount Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra in concert, c1950s. Artist: Denis Williams

The Count Basie Orchestra in concert, c1950s. Artist: Denis Williams
The Count Basie Orchestra in concert. Sonny Payne on the drums

Background imageCount 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 imageCount Collection: Alfonso II of Aragon and Alfonso VIII of Castile in the sieg

Alfonso II of Aragon and Alfonso VIII of Castile in the sieg
Alfonso II of Aragon and I of Catalonia, the Chaste (1154-1196), king of the Crown of Aragon (1162-1196) and Alfonso VIII, called El de las Navas (1155-1214), king of Castile (1158-1214)

Background imageCount Collection: CONRAD VON HOTZENDORF (1852-1925). Austrian army officer. Photograph, c1914

CONRAD VON HOTZENDORF (1852-1925). Austrian army officer. Photograph, c1914

Background imageCount Collection: Kars, Turkey - View toward the fortress

Kars, Turkey - View toward the fortress
View toward the fortress at Kars, Turkey. Originally an Armenian capital. Became part of the Ottoman Empire (captured in 1534), then surrendered in 1828 to the Russian General Count Ivan Paskevich

Background imageCount Collection: Baron Arundell - of Wardour and Count of The Holy ?

Baron Arundell - of Wardour and Count of The Holy ?
Baron Arundell - of Wardour and Count of The Holy Roman Empire

Background imageCount Collection: Winter count on buffalo robe (colour litho)

Winter count on buffalo robe (colour litho)
980466 Winter count on buffalo robe (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Winter count on buffalo robe)

Background imageCount Collection: Count Basie on stage, Chatham, Kent, 1967. Creator: Brian Foskett

Count Basie on stage, Chatham, Kent, 1967. Creator: Brian Foskett
Count Basie on stage, Chatham, Kent, 1967

Background imageCount Collection: Fall / Irish Water Spaniel

Fall / Irish Water Spaniel
CHAMPION BREIFNY COUNT, sitting down. Owned by Mr Trench O Rorke. Date: 1925

Background imageCount Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra performing at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

The Count Basie Orchestra performing at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

Background imageCount Collection: FRANCIS, DUKE OF TECK (1837-1900). Count Francis von Hohenstein, Duke of Teck

FRANCIS, DUKE OF TECK (1837-1900). Count Francis von Hohenstein, Duke of Teck. With Princess Mary Adelaide and their daughter Victoria Mary. Photograph, c1867

Background imageCount Collection: Almodis De La Marca (?-1071). Countess of Barcelona

Almodis De La Marca (?-1071). Countess of Barcelona
" Almodis De La Marca (?-1071). Countess of Barcelona, wife of Ram󮠂 erenguer I.; Ramon Berenguer I (1023-1076). Count of Barcelona and Girona (1035-1076)

Background imageCount Collection: Richard von Kuhlmann signing Peace Treaty, Romania

Richard von Kuhlmann signing Peace Treaty, Romania
Richard von Kuhlmann (1873-1948), German Foreign Secretary, signing a Peace Treaty (known as the Treaty of Bucharest) with Romania in the Cotroceni Palace, near Bucharest

Background imageCount Collection: Strauss / Rosenkavalier / 6

Strauss / Rosenkavalier / 6
ROSENKAVALIER the Princess of Werdenberg unites Count Octavian and Sophie von Faninal

Background imageCount Collection: Ivan Stepanovich Mazeppa

Ivan Stepanovich Mazeppa
IVAN STEPANOVICH MAZEPPA Ukrainian Cossack hetman : depicted revenging himself on the oppressive Count Palatin

Background imageCount Collection: Guiscard Defeats Arabs

Guiscard Defeats Arabs
The Saracens and Greeks are defeated by a Norman prince, Robert Guiscard, who rides triumphally into Palermo and takes the title of Count of Sicily

Background imageCount Collection: Mourner from the Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 1404-10 (alabaster)

Mourner from the Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 1404-10 (alabaster)
3468199 Mourner from the Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 1404-10 (alabaster) by Werve, Claus de (1380-1439); 41.7x16.6x11.7 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageCount Collection: Ramon Berenguer III the Great (1082 - 1131) nailing the flag of Barcelona in the

Ramon Berenguer III the Great (1082 - 1131) nailing the flag of Barcelona in the tower of the Fos castle, oil on canvas, 1856-1857

Background imageCount Collection: Turkey - Kars - 10th century Armenian Church and Kars Canal

Turkey - Kars - 10th century Armenian Church and Kars Canal
The 10th century Armenian Church of the Holy Apostles and Minaret at Kars, Turkey viewed fom the Castle/Citadel Mount. Originally an Armenian capital

Background imageCount Collection: Ramon Berenguer IV. Count of Barcelona (1131-1162)

Ramon Berenguer IV. Count of Barcelona (1131-1162). Painting. SPAIN. Barcelona. Montjuic Castle Military Museum

Background imageCount Collection: Ramon Berenguer I (1023-1076). Count of Barcelona

Ramon Berenguer I (1023-1076). Count of Barcelona and Girona (1035-1076). Painting. SPAIN. Barcelona. Montjuic Castle Military Museum

Background imageCount Collection: Childrens book adding

Childrens book adding
Teaching children simple counting in a Merry Days childrens book. Date: 1928

Background imageCount Collection: LEO TOLSTOY (1828-1910). Russian novelist and philosopher. Original cabinet photograph, 1880s

LEO TOLSTOY (1828-1910). Russian novelist and philosopher. Original cabinet photograph, 1880s

Background imageCount Collection: Census 1891

Census 1891
Census Registrars district 31. Sub-districts 1, 2 and 3, Walton, Chertsey, Chobham, 1891 Date: 1891

Background imageCount Collection: Lady Blessingtons Tomb

Lady Blessingtons Tomb
The pyramid-shaped tomb of Marguerite, countess of Blessington, Irish writer, photographed by her lover, the count d Orsay. Date: 1849

Background imageCount Collection: A miserly man counting his money

A miserly man counting his money
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageCount Collection: Alfred Count D orsay

Alfred Count D orsay
Alfred, COUNT D ORSAY artist, dandy and wit

Background imageCount Collection: Male Type / Dandies / Park

Male Type / Dandies / Park
Celebrities in the park: Duke of Wellington, Mrs Arbuthnot, Prince Talleyrand, and Count d Orsay

Background imageCount Collection: Count Gyorgy Apponyi

Count Gyorgy Apponyi
COUNT GYORGY APPONYI Austro-Hungarian statesman Date: 1809 - 1899



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"Count: A Journey Through Time and Talent" From the medieval courts of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou, to the electrifying boxing matches featuring Jack Johnson, the concept of a count has transcended eras and disciplines. In 18th-century London, The Count Basie Orchestra enchanted audiences at the Royal Festival Hall with their soulful melodies on that memorable night in July 1980. Meanwhile, Leo Tolstoy and Ilya Repin immortalized their genius through literature and art. Even in times of conflict like World War I, figures like Conrad von Hotzendorf emerged as influential counts within the Austro-Hungarian Army. Their strategic prowess shaped history's course. But not all counts were bound by serious pursuits alone. Bonzo's Latest: This Week's Studdy showcased how even comedic illustrations could captivate hearts with their playful charm. The Folio of Codex of Usages depicted an intriguing glimpse into Catalan parliamentary proceedings—a testament to the importance bestowed upon counts in matters of governance. Music too found its place under this captivating word. Mozart's opera "The Marriage of Figaro" transported audiences to a world where love triumphed amidst hilarious misadventures—truly a masterpiece fit for any count's entertainment. Leo Tolstoy himself was not just a renowned novelist but also embodied nobility as a count—an embodiment that resonated throughout his works. Kazimierz Pułaski exemplified bravery as he fought for independence during America's Revolutionary War—a true hero whose legacy lives on today. Artistic brilliance knew no bounds either; Count D'Orsay and Maclise left an indelible mark on canvas with their masterpieces that continue to inspire generations till this day. And finally, we cannot forget Count Basie—the legendary jazz musician who commanded stages worldwide with his infectious rhythms. His performances brought joy to countless souls from Chatham to Kent and beyond.