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Oak Leaves Collection

"Symbol of Strength and Legacy: Oak Leaves Throughout History" they have long been revered for their symbolism of strength, endurance, and resilience

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Woolwork patriotic picture, depicting a Highland soldier and his lady in a garden

Woolwork patriotic picture, depicting a Highland soldier and his lady in a garden
DRE72884 Woolwork patriotic picture, depicting a Highland soldier and his lady in a garden, surrounded by Allied flags and laurel wreaths

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Study of Vegetation, mid-19th century. Creator: Kilian Christoffer Zoll

Study of Vegetation, mid-19th century. Creator: Kilian Christoffer Zoll
Study of Vegetation, mid-19th century

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Flower piece, 1841. Creator: Christine Lovmand

Flower piece, 1841. Creator: Christine Lovmand
Flower piece, 1841

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Andrew Jackson, between 1913 and 1917. Creator: Harris & Ewing

Andrew Jackson, between 1913 and 1917. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Andrew Jackson, between 1913 and 1917
Andrew Jackson, between 1913 and 1917. Photograph of an engraved portrait of US president

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Sketch for the salle des prévôts in the Hôtel de Ville, Paris: Allegory...c.1852

Sketch for the salle des prévôts in the Hôtel de Ville, Paris: Allegory...c.1852. Creator: Léon Riesener
Sketch for the salle des prevots (provosts hall) in the Hotel de Ville, Paris: Allegory of the 2 December 1852, c.1852. The official declaration of the Second Empire was made at the Hotel de Ville

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Fireplace, c. 1936. Creator: Wellington Blewett

Fireplace, c. 1936. Creator: Wellington Blewett
Fireplace, c. 1936

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Oak Leaf Pattern Quilt, 1935/1942. Creator: Charlotte Angus

Oak Leaf Pattern Quilt, 1935/1942. Creator: Charlotte Angus
Oak Leaf Pattern Quilt, 1935/1942

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: The International Exhibition: figure in vulcanised indiarubber, by C. H. Meyer, 1862

The International Exhibition: figure in vulcanised indiarubber, by C. H. Meyer, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The International Exhibition: figure in vulcanised indiarubber, by C. H. Meyer, 1862. Vulcanised indiarubber...although invented only a few years ago in America

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Autumn woodpecker

Autumn woodpecker
Mario Suárez

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Blue Oak Plant

Blue Oak Plant
Pictufy Studio

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Powder Flask, c. 1939. Creator: Robert W. R. Taylor

Powder Flask, c. 1939. Creator: Robert W. R. Taylor
Powder Flask, c. 1939

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Coverlet, Missouri, 1872. Creator: John Eusebius Schneider

Coverlet, Missouri, 1872. Creator: John Eusebius Schneider
Coverlet, Missouri, 1872

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Student Pilot Badge, Lafayette Flying Corps, First World War, 1914-1919. Creator: Unknown

Student Pilot Badge, Lafayette Flying Corps, First World War, 1914-1919. Creator: Unknown
Student Pilot Badge, Lafayette Flying Corps, First World War, 1914-1919. Gilt wash wreath with wing and star. The Lafayette Flying Corps were American volunteer pilots who flew in the French Air

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 4: Caius in profile facing left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40. Creator: Anon

Plate 4: Caius in profile facing left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40. Creator: Anon
Plate 4: Caius in profile facing left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 2: Octavian in profile to the left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40. 1610-40

Plate 2: Octavian in profile to the left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40. 1610-40
Plate 2: Octavian in profile to the left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 11: Titus Vespasian looking to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Plate 11: Titus Vespasian looking to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 12: Domitian in profile to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Plate 12: Domitian in profile to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 10: Vespasian with his head turned slightly to the left, from The Twelve Caesars

Plate 10: Vespasian with his head turned slightly to the left, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 1: Julius Caesar looking to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Plate 1: Julius Caesar looking to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Portrait of ReneDuguay-Trouin, Lieutenant-General of the Naval Armies of the King

Portrait of ReneDuguay-Trouin, Lieutenant-General of the Naval Armies of the King
Portrait of Rene Duguay-Trouin, Lieutenant-General of the Naval Armies of the King, 1765-1807

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Plate 7: Servius Galba in profile to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Plate 7: Servius Galba in profile to the right, from The Twelve Caesars, 1610-40

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Satyr Mask with an Indented Snout and a Wreath of Oak Leaves, from Divers Masques, ca

Satyr Mask with an Indented Snout and a Wreath of Oak Leaves, from Divers Masques, ca. 1635-45

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Leeds Heraldry, 1867-71 (stained glass)

Leeds Heraldry, 1867-71 (stained glass)
3474710 Leeds Heraldry, 1867-71 (stained glass) by Heaton, Clement James (1824-82) (attr.to); Town Hall, Rochdale, UK; (add.info.: Manufactured by Heaton)

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Tiberius in Old Age, Crowned with Oak Leaves and wearing the Aegis (engraving)

Tiberius in Old Age, Crowned with Oak Leaves and wearing the Aegis (engraving)
663036 Tiberius in Old Age, Crowned with Oak Leaves and wearing the Aegis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tiberius in Old Age)

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Vespasian (9-79 AD), 1596 (engraving)

Vespasian (9-79 AD), 1596 (engraving)
STC169758 Vespasian (9-79 AD), 1596 (engraving) by Italian School, (16th century); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: A misericord depicting a walled town with a gateway with a raised portcullis

A misericord depicting a walled town with a gateway with a raised portcullis
NCO313046 A misericord depicting a walled town with a gateway with a raised portcullis, New College Chapel, Oxford, late 14th century (wood) by English School

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Insect on Oak Tree Leaves, Christmas Card (chromolitho)

Insect on Oak Tree Leaves, Christmas Card (chromolitho)
731121 Insect on Oak Tree Leaves, Christmas Card (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Insect on Oak Tree Leaves)

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Titus Caesar (39-81 AD), 1596 (engraving)

Titus Caesar (39-81 AD), 1596 (engraving)
STC169756 Titus Caesar (39-81 AD), 1596 (engraving) by Italian School, (16th century); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: European Scops Owl

European Scops Owl
Milan Zygmunt

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Still Life with Autumn Leaves

Still Life with Autumn Leaves
Tatyana Skorokhod

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Helmet all Antica, Italian, Milan, ca. 1532-35. Creator: Filippo Negroli

Helmet all Antica, Italian, Milan, ca. 1532-35. Creator: Filippo Negroli
Helmet all Antica, Italian, Milan, ca. 1532-35

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Epaulets, American, 1860-80. Creator: Unknown

Epaulets, American, 1860-80. Creator: Unknown
Epaulets, American, 1860-80

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Cardinal Antonio Barberini, 1663. Creator: Robert Nanteuil

Cardinal Antonio Barberini, 1663. Creator: Robert Nanteuil
Cardinal Antonio Barberini, 1663

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Earl Grey, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Earl Grey, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Earl Grey, 1845. Medallion portrait of British politician Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey who served as Prime Minister from November 1830 to July 1834

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Coat-of-Arms Symbolizing the City of Paris, 1854. Creator: Charles Meryon

Coat-of-Arms Symbolizing the City of Paris, 1854. Creator: Charles Meryon
Coat-of-Arms Symbolizing the City of Paris, 1854

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Henry Heide Confectionary Co. - Seven Buildings Occupied by the Business, after 1882

Henry Heide Confectionary Co. - Seven Buildings Occupied by the Business, after 1882
Henry Heide Confectionary Co.- Seven Buildings Occupied by the Business, after 1882

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: BH Bournemouth, BH31 6

BH Bournemouth, BH31 6
BH31 6

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Gold Medal presented by the King of Sardinia to Mr. H. Lowman Taylor, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Gold Medal presented by the King of Sardinia to Mr. H. Lowman Taylor, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Gold Medal presented by the King of Sardinia to Mr. H. Lowman Taylor, 1858. On the occasion of the visit of the King of Sardinia to her Majesty the Queen

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: The International Exhibition - Prize Medal - reverse, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The International Exhibition - Prize Medal - reverse, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The International Exhibition - Prize Medal - reverse, 1862....the oak wreath, the corona civica, is perhaps a little heavy'. Inscription: Londini - Honoris Causa'

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: The International Exhibition: a vase by Wedgwood and Co. Etruria, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The International Exhibition: a vase by Wedgwood and Co. Etruria, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The International Exhibition: a vase by Wedgwood and Co. Etruria, 1862. This beautiful vase is manufactured by the distinguished firm of Wedgwood...It is Roman in character

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Closeup of oak leaves with fall colors

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Talking men cows sheep Two images sheet seated man talking

Talking men cows sheep Two images sheet seated man talking
Talking men and cows and sheep, Two images on one sheet. Above: a seated man talking to a standing man with a bowl in his hands

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Study branches leaves 1er Cahier de paysage series title

Study branches leaves 1er Cahier de paysage series title
Study of branches with leaves 1er Cahier de paysage (series title), Study of branches with leaves including oak leaves and holly

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Frozen Oak Leaves, Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal, Ireland

Frozen Oak Leaves, Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal, Ireland

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Oak Leaves Laying On The Backbone Lake Ice At Backbone State Park Near Strawberry Point; Iowa

Oak Leaves Laying On The Backbone Lake Ice At Backbone State Park Near Strawberry Point; Iowa, United States Of America

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Woman with a Wreath of Oak Leaves, 1646. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar

Woman with a Wreath of Oak Leaves, 1646. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar
Woman with a Wreath of Oak Leaves, 1646

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Chancelier Michel IV Le Tellier, 1661. Creator: Robert Nanteuil

Chancelier Michel IV Le Tellier, 1661. Creator: Robert Nanteuil
Chancelier Michel IV Le Tellier, 1661

Background imageOak Leaves Collection: Chancelier Michel IV Le Tellier, 1659. Creator: Robert Nanteuil

Chancelier Michel IV Le Tellier, 1659. Creator: Robert Nanteuil
Chancelier Michel IV Le Tellier, 1659



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"Symbol of Strength and Legacy: Oak Leaves Throughout History" they have long been revered for their symbolism of strength, endurance, and resilience. From ancient Roman emperors to modern-day artifacts, the significance of these majestic leaves transcends time. In the annals of history, they were not only associated with power but also adorned by notable figures such as Caligula Caesar (12-41 AD). As depicted in a 1596 engraving, this emblematic foliage represented authority and might. Fast forward to more recent times, and we find the blue oak plant captivating enthusiasts with its natural beauty. Its delicate yet robust leaves serve as a reminder that even in nature's subtlety lies immense strength. The allure extends beyond their presence in flora; they have found their way into various art forms. Take Robert W. R. Taylor's powder flask from c. 1939 - an exquisite creation showcasing intricate oak leaf patterns that celebrate both craftsmanship and nature's elegance. Similarly, John Eusebius Schneider's coverlet from Missouri in 1872 showcases meticulous quilting techniques intertwined with oak leaf motifs. This masterpiece pays homage to the enduring spirit encapsulated within every single leaf. Even during times of conflict like World War I, oak leaves played a role in symbolizing bravery and achievement. The student pilot badge belonging to Lafayette Flying Corps bears witness to this legacy – reminding us that courage can be found amidst chaos. Artistic renditions further immortalize the significance of these iconic leaves through works like "The Twelve Caesars. " Plate after plate depicts influential rulers such as Caius, Octavian, Titus Vespasian, Domitian – each captured with distinct profiles or gazes that embody their unique personas while subtly incorporating elements like oak leaves into their portraits. Lastly, let us not forget Lieutenant-General Rene Duguay-Trouin whose portrait proudly displays his military achievements alongside an oak leaf.