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The Towpath Walton-on-Thames (oil on canvas) Featured Print

The Towpath Walton-on-Thames (oil on canvas)

JUJ290456 The Towpath Walton-on-Thames (oil on canvas) by Joel, Judy; Private Collection; REPRODUCTION PERMISSION REQUIRED; English, in copyright
PLEASE NOTE: This image is protected by artist's copyright which needs to be cleared by you. If you require assistance in clearing permission we will be pleased to help you. In addition, we work with the owner of the image to clear permission. If you wish to reproduce this image, please inform us so we can clear permission for you.

© Private Collection / Bridgeman Images

St. Patricks Bridge, Cork, Opened on Thursday, engraved by T Featured Print

St. Patricks Bridge, Cork, Opened on Thursday, engraved by T

XJF441295 St. Patrick's Bridge, Cork, Opened on Thursday, engraved by T.N. Wilson, published in 'The Illustrated London News', December 14 1861 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The St Patrick's Bridge in Cork, Ireland, was designed by the architect Sir John Benson (1811-62); The foundation stone was laid by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the Earl of Carlisle, on November 10 1859 and the bridge was finally opened on December 12 1861;); English, out of copyright

© Private Collection / Bridgeman Images

The Veil of Veronica, c.1618-22 (oil on panel) Featured Print

The Veil of Veronica, c.1618-22 (oil on panel)

XOS1766025 The Veil of Veronica, c.1618-22 (oil on panel) by Fetti or Feti, Domenico (1589-1624); 80.6x66.3 cm; National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA; (add.info.: Fetti was in Rome in 1606 when this most venerated relic came to St. Peter's Basilica. According to legend, a woman gave Christ her handkerchief to wipe his brow as he carried the cross to Golgotha miraculously leaving an image on it. This relic was preserved as the "true image" (Latin: vera=true, Greek:aikon, becoming 'Veronica')); Italian, out of copyright

© National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA / Bridgeman Images