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Swans Collection

Swans, the elegant creatures that grace our world with their beauty and grace

Background imageSwans Collection: Swans, Windsor Bridge, Henley

Swans, Windsor Bridge, Henley
Mute swans feed from a pontoon near the Windsor Bridge across the River Thames, Henley, Berkshire, UK. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageSwans Collection: Wells Cathedral / 1871

Wells Cathedral / 1871
Wells Cathedral, Somerset

Background imageSwans Collection: Vetchfield Art - Swansea City

Vetchfield Art - Swansea City
Watercolour of Vetchfield, former home of Swansea City F.C. 1912 - 2005. Record Attendance 32, 796 v Arsenal 1968. Original painting created in 2005 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageSwans Collection: Swan Hotel and Great Ouse River, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Swan Hotel and Great Ouse River, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSwans Collection: The Days Work by Muriel Dawson

The Days Work by Muriel Dawson
A little boy in dungarees or overalls and with a wide brimmed hat stands on the end of a jetty fishing with a makeshift rod and line. Swans fly overhead

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute Swans - Pair in courtship behaviour - Back-lit early morning mist rising from the water

Mute Swans - Pair in courtship behaviour - Back-lit early morning mist rising from the water - Cleveland - UK Digital
ROY-517-M Mute Swans - Pair in courtship behaviour, necks creating heart shape Back-lit early morning mist rising from the water - Cleveland Cygnus olor Digitally manipulated image Roy Glen Please

Background imageSwans Collection: The Pierre in New York City, USA

The Pierre in New York City, USA
View on The Pierre, a luxury hotel located at 2 East 61st Street at the intersection of Fifth Avenue in New York City from the nearby Central Park with swans swimming on a stream, USA

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute swan (Cygnus olor) adult with cygnets on water, Woodwalton Fen, Cambridgeshire

Mute swan (Cygnus olor) adult with cygnets on water, Woodwalton Fen, Cambridgeshire, UK, June

Background imageSwans Collection: Hever Castle, dating from the 13th century, childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Kent, England

Hever Castle, dating from the 13th century, childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSwans Collection: The Lake, Petworth: Sunset, a Stag Drinking, c. 1829

The Lake, Petworth: Sunset, a Stag Drinking, c. 1829
BAL75938 The Lake, Petworth: Sunset, a Stag Drinking, c.1829 by Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851); 63.5x132.1 cm; Petworth House, Sussex, UK; English, out of copyright

Background imageSwans Collection: Sport - Football - Swansea - Swansea fans brave the rain during the FA Cup Semi-Final

Sport - Football - Swansea - Swansea fans brave the rain during the FA Cup Semi-Final tie between Swansea Town and Preston North End at Villa Park. - 14th March 1964

Background imageSwans Collection: Two Bewick swans {Cygnus columbianus} flying with full-moon in sky. UK

Two Bewick swans {Cygnus columbianus} flying with full-moon in sky. UK

Background imageSwans Collection: Down-stream, by Rebel Stanton

Down-stream, by Rebel Stanton
A colour illustration showing a lady relaxing in a boat on a summers day. 1928

Background imageSwans Collection: Winter Circle by Vernon Ward

Winter Circle by Vernon Ward
Swans and ducks swim together in a pond, watched by gulls who stand in the snow

Background imageSwans Collection: Swan Lake ballet, Siegfried and Odette fall in love

Swan Lake ballet, Siegfried and Odette fall in love
Siegfried and Odette fall in love while the little swans dance. Because of an evil spell, they are swans by day, and only resume human shape at midnight

Background imageSwans Collection: Whooper Swan - two Lake Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan

Whooper Swan - two Lake Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan
WAT-8484 Whooper Swan - two Lake Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan Cygnus cygnus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSwans Collection: Three Swans

Three Swans
Three swans among the rushes on the banks of a river

Background imageSwans Collection: The Wild Swans (The Twelve Brothers Turned Into Swans), 1928

The Wild Swans (The Twelve Brothers Turned Into Swans), 1928. Re re-telling of the Grimm Brothers fairy tale

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute Swan - adult bird preening - Cleveland - UK

Mute Swan - adult bird preening - Cleveland - UK
ROY-650 Mute Swan - adult bird preening Cleveland - UK Cygnus olor Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSwans Collection: Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, from the Lake - Unknown Artist

Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, from the Lake - Unknown Artist
Oil on Canvas 27.2 x 47.3

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute Swans - two birds taking off from water in early morning light - UK

Mute Swans - two birds taking off from water in early morning light - UK
ROY-579 Mute Swans - two birds taking off from water in early morning light UK Cygnus olor Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageSwans Collection: West View of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire

West View of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire
Artist: Webster, Moses (after) - Title: West View of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire - Date: 1820-1834 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Wood 65 x 101.5

Background imageSwans Collection: Baddesley Clinton Hall

Baddesley Clinton Hall
The moated manor house of Baddesley Clinton Hall in Solihull, Midlands; the building dates from the 15th century

Background imageSwans Collection: Little Mermaid / Ak / Col Pc

Little Mermaid / Ak / Col Pc
The little mermaid sits and watches the swans being fed

Background imageSwans Collection: Bewick's Swan - taking off Slimbridge Gloucester, UK

Bewick's Swan - taking off Slimbridge Gloucester, UK
COS-758 Bewicks Swan- taking off Slimbridge, Gloucester Olor columbianus bewickii Bill Coster Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSwans Collection: Llangorse Lake and Crannog Island in morning mist, Llangorse, Brecon Beacons National Park

Llangorse Lake and Crannog Island in morning mist, Llangorse, Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSwans Collection: View of Le Lac d Amour, Bruges, Belgium

View of Le Lac d Amour, Bruges, Belgium
View of Le Lac d Amour (Lake of Love, Minnewater), a medieval harbour in Bruges (Brugge), Belgium. Date: circa 1920

Background imageSwans Collection: Swans in a punt at Henley

Swans in a punt at Henley
A punt load of swans, and two cygnets, about to be transported higher up the River Thames for their safety, in preparation for the annual Henley Regatta in early July

Background imageSwans Collection: Castle and River Teme, Tamworth, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Castle and River Teme, Tamworth, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute Swan Swimming

Mute Swan Swimming
Mute swan swimming (Cygnus olor)

Background imageSwans Collection: Windsor Castle / C1887

Windsor Castle / C1887
Windsor Castle, seen across the river

Background imageSwans Collection: Newstead Abbey / Webster

Newstead Abbey / Webster
The Seat of the late Lord Byron

Background imageSwans Collection: Whooper Swan (Cygnus cygnus) adult, silhouetted on water at dusk, Martin Mere W. W. T

Whooper Swan (Cygnus cygnus) adult, silhouetted on water at dusk, Martin Mere W. W. T. Lancashire, England, February
Whooper Swan (Cygnus cygnus) adult, silhouetted on water at dusk, Martin Mere W.W.T. Lancashire, England, February

Background imageSwans Collection: Baddesley Clinton Hall (colour litho)

Baddesley Clinton Hall (colour litho)
2788604 Baddesley Clinton Hall (colour litho) by Whitehead, Frederick William Newton (1853-1938); Private Collection; (add.info.: Baddesley Clinton Hall)

Background imageSwans Collection: Whooper swan (Cygnus cygnus) in landscape of Landmannalaugar, Iceland, June

Whooper swan (Cygnus cygnus) in landscape of Landmannalaugar, Iceland, June

Background imageSwans Collection: The High Bridge in Lincoln, England, the oldest bridge in the United Kingdom which still

The High Bridge in Lincoln, England, the oldest bridge in the United Kingdom which still has buildings on it. Lincolnshire. 8th January 1953

Background imageSwans Collection: Wales, Gwynedd, Conwy, Conwy Castle

Wales, Gwynedd, Conwy, Conwy Castle

Background imageSwans Collection: Three Whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) in flight, Lake Tysslingen, Sweden, March 2009 WWE BOOK

Three Whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus) in flight, Lake Tysslingen, Sweden, March 2009 WWE BOOK. WWE INDOOR EXHIBITION

Background imageSwans Collection: CJ1 4013 The Meare, Thorpeness

CJ1 4013 The Meare, Thorpeness
The Meare, Thorpeness, Suffolk, England

Background imageSwans Collection: Swans - with ducks and geese - Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Lancashire, UK

Swans - with ducks and geese - Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Lancashire, UK
DAC-1358 Swans - with ducks and geese Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Lancashire, UK David Chapman Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSwans Collection: UK, England, Berkshire, Windsor, Windsor Castle and River Thames

UK, England, Berkshire, Windsor, Windsor Castle and River Thames

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute Swan, Cygnus olor, UK, autumn

Mute Swan, Cygnus olor, UK, autumn

Background imageSwans Collection: Schloss Nymphenburg, Munich (Munchen), Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Schloss Nymphenburg, Munich (Munchen), Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Background imageSwans Collection: Mute Swan - In flight - Native to Eurasia - Introduced to North America

Mute Swan - In flight - Native to Eurasia - Introduced to North America and elsewhere - Can weigh up to over 20 pounds
CAN-2243 Mute Swan - in flight. Wings produce loud hum in flight unlike other swans Found on ponds, lakes and slow moving rivers. France Cygnus olor Native to Eurasia

Background imageSwans Collection: Apollo, God of Light, Eloquence, Poetry and the Fine Arts with Urania, Muse of Astronomy

Apollo, God of Light, Eloquence, Poetry and the Fine Arts with Urania, Muse of Astronomy
500329 Apollo, God of Light, Eloquence, Poetry and the Fine Arts with Urania, Muse of Astronomy, 1789 (oil on canvas) by Meynier, Charles (1768-1832); 275x235 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageSwans Collection: RF- Mute swan (Cygnus olor) on water in winter dawn mist. Loch Insh, Cairngorms National Park

RF- Mute swan (Cygnus olor) on water in winter dawn mist. Loch Insh, Cairngorms National Park, Highlands, Scotland UK, December

Background imageSwans Collection: Serpentine Lido, 1938

Serpentine Lido, 1938
Bathers and swans enjoying the sunshine at the Serpentine Lido in Londons Hyde Park in 1938. The Lido was set up by George Lansbury, the first Commissioner of Works in 1930. Date: 1938



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Swans, the elegant creatures that grace our world with their beauty and grace. From Vetchfield Art in Swansea City to The Days Work by Muriel Dawson, these majestic birds have inspired artists throughout history. In Bedford, England, the Swan Hotel stands proudly on the banks of the Great Ouse River, a picturesque scene straight out of a postcard. And who can forget Wells Cathedral? Its grandeur is only enhanced by the presence gliding across its reflective waters. Mute Swans take center stage as they engage in courtship behavior amidst back-lit early morning mist rising from Cleveland's tranquil waters. A digital manipulation emphasizes their heart-shaped connection, reminding us of love's enduring power. Even in bustling cities like New York City at The Pierre hotel or Woodwalton Fen in Cambridgeshire, swans find solace and create moments of serenity for all who witness them. Adult mute swans gracefully guide their cygnets through peaceful waters while Bewick swans soar through the night sky alongside a full moon. Hever Castle holds secrets from centuries past and serves as a reminder that even ancient structures hold space for these enchanting creatures. Down-stream flows with Rebel Stanton's artwork capturing the essence of nature's harmony while Vernon Ward's Winter Circle transports us into a realm where swan dances become reality. And finally, we cannot overlook Tchaikovsky's timeless masterpiece - Swan Lake ballet - where Siegfried and Odette fall deeply in love amidst breathtaking choreography. Swans symbolize elegance, purity, and romance; they captivate our hearts wherever they go. Whether it be through art or real-life encounters with these magnificent beings – there is no denying their ability to inspire awe and remind us of nature’s boundless wonders.