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"Unveiling the Legends: From Shadows to Triumphs" Step into a world where legends come alive, where shadows hold secrets and triumphs are etched in history

Background imageLegendary Collection: I am half sick of shadows, c1911. Artist: John William Waterhouse

I am half sick of shadows, c1911. Artist: John William Waterhouse
I am half sick of shadows, c1911. Illustration of Tennysons poem of the Arthurian legend, showing the Lady of Shalott bored with her weaving

Background imageLegendary Collection: Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics

Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics
Harold Maurice Abrahams, CBE, (18991978) - a British athlete of Jewish origin. He was champion in the 100 metres sprint at the 1924 Olympics in Paris (July 7th)

Background imageLegendary Collection: Pictures of various Hindu Gods for sale in Little India

Pictures of various Hindu Gods for sale in Little India, Singapore, South East Asia

Background imageLegendary Collection: Edmund Hillary & Tensing

Edmund Hillary & Tensing
Sir Edmund Hillary with Tenzing Norgay after their successful attempt to scale Mount Everest in Nepal on 29th May 1953. The legendary mountaineer died in January 2008

Background imageLegendary Collection: Beowulf manuscript page

Beowulf manuscript page
Page from the Old English manuscript of " Beowulf" in the British Museum. Woodcut reproduction with a watercolor wash

Background imageLegendary Collection: Gelert, c1894, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

Gelert, c1894, (c1902). Creator: Unknown
Gelert, c1894, (c1902). After a painting in the Reading Museum & Town Hall. Depiction of a Welsh legend in which the faithful Gelert saves a child from a wolf. From The Nations Pictures

Background imageLegendary Collection: Mick the Miller

Mick the Miller
Legendary greyhound racing champion, Mick the Miller, owned by Mrs Arundel Kempton, pictured enjoying a well-earned rest after winning the St. Leger 700 yards race at Wembley. Date: 1931

Background imageLegendary Collection: Count of St Germain, French alchemist

Count of St Germain, French alchemist
Count of St Germain (c.1712-1784), French alchemist. St Germain was a French courtier and adventurer who rose to prominence in Europe in the mid-18th century

Background imageLegendary Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageLegendary Collection: W. G. GRACE

W. G. GRACE
The legendary cricketer, Dr. W.G. Grace poised with his bat

Background imageLegendary Collection: Emerald Tablet, Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina

Emerald Tablet, Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina. Work attributed to the legendary alchemist Hermes Trismegistus who summarizes the process Magnum Opus or Great work for the creation of

Background imageLegendary Collection: Dante and Virgil in Inferno, crossing the cocytus, 1885 (engraving)

Dante and Virgil in Inferno, crossing the cocytus, 1885 (engraving)
XEE746645 Dante and Virgil in Inferno, crossing the cocytus, 1885 (engraving) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; (add.info.: Inferno)

Background imageLegendary Collection: The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival

The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival
BIR68247 The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival, from the series The Quest for the Holy Grail, 1895-96 (wool, silk)

Background imageLegendary Collection: The Cavern Club at 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool. England, UK

The Cavern Club at 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool. England, UK

Background imageLegendary Collection: Death of Hector by Achilles during the Trojan War

Death of Hector by Achilles during the Trojan War
Greek hero Achilles dragging Hectors body behind his chariot in the Trojan wars. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLegendary Collection: Statue of William Tell and his son

Statue of William Tell and his son in Altdorf, Switzerland (Richard Kissling, 1895) Date: circa 1930s

Background imageLegendary Collection: Amazon warrior, statue at Versailles

Amazon warrior, statue at Versailles
Statue of an Amazon warrior in a garden of the Palace of Versailles, France. Digital photograph

Background imageLegendary Collection: Dennis Brain / Photo

Dennis Brain / Photo
DENNIS BRAIN Musician: legendary French horn player

Background imageLegendary Collection: Spitfire Colour Photo

Spitfire Colour Photo
The legendary fighter is seen here in its original format; later it will be modified in various ways to adapt it to specific functions and enhance performance

Background imageLegendary Collection: The Rhine Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph, 1924

The Rhine Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph, 1924. Illustration from Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods

Background imageLegendary Collection: Manfred von Richthofen, German pilot

Manfred von Richthofen, German pilot
Manfred von Richthofen (1892-1918), or the Red Baron, German fighter pilot who won 80 air combats during World War I. Richthofen (centre) is standing with members of Jasta 11, or the Flying Circus

Background imageLegendary Collection: Loch Ness monster, artwork

Loch Ness monster, artwork
Loch Ness monster. Computer artwork of the Loch Ness Monster swimming on the surface of Loch Ness, Scotland. Sightings of the monster have occurred at least since the 15th century

Background imageLegendary Collection: Apsara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia

Apsara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia

Background imageLegendary Collection: Witch with her black cat

Witch with her black cat
Witch casting a spell accompanied by a raven and a black cat. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLegendary Collection: Haakon Haakonson brought to safety by the Birchlegs, 1200s

Haakon Haakonson brought to safety by the Birchlegs, 1200s
Birchlegs carrying Prince Hakon Hakonson to safety over the mountains, a Norwegian legend. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLegendary Collection: Richard the Lionheart Embarks on the Third Crusade - Glyn Warren Philpot

Richard the Lionheart Embarks on the Third Crusade - Glyn Warren Philpot
Oil on Canvas 74.9 x 108

Background imageLegendary Collection: Lycurgus of Sparta

Lycurgus of Sparta
LYCURGUS OF SPARTA Legendary Greek lawgiver, mentioned by Herodotus, Plutarch and Xenophon, who praise his legislation

Background imageLegendary Collection: Tarot Card 2 - La Papesse (The Female Pope)

Tarot Card 2 - La Papesse (The Female Pope)
Pope Joan or Joanna depicted on a tarot card. Pope Joan was a legendary female pope, thought to have reigned for a time during the Middle Ages, but probably a fabrication

Background imageLegendary Collection: Vlad Drakul, Romanian

Vlad Drakul, Romanian
VLAD DRAKUL (Vlad the Devil) Romanian prince of Walachia Partial basis for legendary Dracula

Background imageLegendary Collection: Edward I removing the Stone of Scone

Edward I removing the Stone of Scone
King Edward I of England removing the legendary " stone of destiny" from Scone in Scotland

Background imageLegendary Collection: The Holy Face, 1200-1250 (tempera on wood)

The Holy Face, 1200-1250 (tempera on wood)
5948544 The Holy Face, 1200-1250 (tempera on wood) by Russian School (13th century); 104x74 cm; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageLegendary Collection: Baron Manfred von Richthofen, German air ace, WW1

Baron Manfred von Richthofen, German air ace, WW1
Baron Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen (1892-1918), also known as the Red Baron, legendary German fighter pilot during the First World War

Background imageLegendary Collection: Mobiloil sign

Mobiloil sign
An enamel sign advertising Mobiloil Oil with the distinctive Mobil company logo of Pegasus, the legendary winged horse in flight. *EDITORIAL USE ONLY*

Background imageLegendary Collection: The Hundred-Horse Chestnut, 1882

The Hundred-Horse Chestnut, 1882
7125198 The Hundred-Horse Chestnut, 1882; (add.info.: The Hundred-Horse Chestnut, the largest and oldest known chestnut tree in the world possibly bettween 2, 000 to 4, 000 years old)

Background imageLegendary Collection: Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
USA, New York City, Manhattan, Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza

Background imageLegendary Collection: USA, Kansas, Dodge City, city sign with cowboy silhouettes

USA, Kansas, Dodge City, city sign with cowboy silhouettes

Background imageLegendary Collection: Odin questioning Mimir (colour litho)

Odin questioning Mimir (colour litho)
7173279 Odin questioning Mimir (colour litho) by Doepler, Carl Emil (1824-1905); Private Collection; (add.info.: Odin questioning Mimir)

Background imageLegendary Collection: United Kingdom, England, Somerset, Glastonbury, St

United Kingdom, England, Somerset, Glastonbury, St. Michaels Church Tower on Glastonbury Tor

Background imageLegendary Collection: Arthur Draws the Sword from the Stone, 1911. Artist: Walter Crane

Arthur Draws the Sword from the Stone, 1911. Artist: Walter Crane
Arthur Draws the Sword form the Stone, 1911. The young Arthur pulls the sword from the stone to become King of England. Frontispiece of Stories of the Knights of the Round Table by Henry Gilbert

Background imageLegendary Collection: Unknown

Unknown
Shahmeran (Shahmaran) being painted on glass, Mardin, Southeast Anatolia, Turkey

Background imageLegendary Collection: Ekalavya, 1913. Artist: Nandalal Bose

Ekalavya, 1913. Artist: Nandalal Bose
Ekalavya, 1913. In the Hindu epic, the Mahabharata, Ekalavya is a young prince of the Nishadha tribes and an excellent archer

Background imageLegendary Collection: Platos map of Atlantis, artwork

Platos map of Atlantis, artwork. Artwork of the mythological city of Atlantis, as described by the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato. Plato made the first written references to Atlantis in 360 BC

Background imageLegendary Collection: Andrea Biancos Atlas, 1436. Page 10, World Map

Andrea Biancos Atlas, 1436. Page 10, World Map
" Andrea Biancos Atlas, 1436. Page 10, World Map, the East is on the upper side. First time Florida coast is depicted as a big peninsula linked to an island called Antillia (legendary island)

Background imageLegendary Collection: Mermaids

Mermaids
Two mermaids playing in the waves, " a Nixies legend." Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLegendary Collection: PMYT2A-00017

PMYT2A-00017
King Arthur receiving his magic sword from the Lady of the Lake. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLegendary Collection: THE GREAT ART

THE GREAT ART
The Great Art as supposedly depicted by Basil Valentine, though little is known about this legendary German practitioner of alchemy

Background imageLegendary Collection: The fall of Icarus (detail) - 1636 (oil on canvas)

The fall of Icarus (detail) - 1636 (oil on canvas)
AIS5362386 The fall of Icarus (detail) - 1636 (oil on canvas) by Gowy, Jacob Peter (fl.1632-61); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Deadalus is flying on his side); eIberfoto; Flemish, out of copyright

Background imageLegendary Collection: Caricature of a cheeky Australian solder - WW1

Caricature of a cheeky Australian solder - WW1
circa 1916



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"Unveiling the Legends: From Shadows to Triumphs" Step into a world where legends come alive, where shadows hold secrets and triumphs are etched in history. In this captivating journey, we explore the realms of extraordinary tales that have shaped our perception of greatness. John William Waterhouse's masterpiece "I am half sick of shadows, c1911" transports us to a realm where mystery intertwines with beauty. The enigmatic allure beckons us to unravel its hidden meanings and immerse ourselves in its ethereal charm. As we venture further, we encounter the indomitable spirits of Edmund Hillary and Tensing, conquerors of Mount Everest. Their courageous ascent reminds us that human determination knows no bounds; it is through perseverance that legends are born. In the realm of sportsmanship stands W. G. Grace, an icon whose prowess on the cricket field remains unparalleled. His name echoes through time as a testament to skill and dedication. Little India unveils another facet of legendry with pictures depicting various Hindu Gods for sale. These divine beings inspire devotion and capture our imagination with their mythical powers. Mick the Miller races into our hearts as one of the greatest greyhounds ever known. With lightning speed coursing through his veins, he became a symbol of tenacity and grace on tracks across nations. The 1924 Olympics witnessed Harold Abrahams' triumphant victory in the 100m race—a moment frozen in time when sheer willpower propelled him towards glory amidst fierce competition. From ancient times emerges Beowulf manuscript page—words etched onto parchment telling tales steeped in heroism and valor. It serves as a reminder that even ink can carry within it legendary stories waiting to be discovered anew. The Emerald Tablet or Tabula Smaragdina whispers secrets from alchemical realms—an enigmatic text believed to hold profound wisdom about transmutation and enlightenment—a treasure sought by seekers throughout centuries past. "The Attainment.