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Topic: kent england

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Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

The affinity of these brooches, found in France, with objects from Kent is evidence of the spread of artistic traditions through export or copying. Made in Kent, England

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

The affinity of these brooches, found in France, with objects from Kent is evidence of the spread of artistic traditions through export or copying. Made in Kent, England

Square-Headed Brooch

Square-Headed Brooch

Made in Kent, England

Square-Headed Brooch

Square-Headed Brooch

Made in Kent, England

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Made in Kent, England

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

The affinity of these brooches, found in France, with objects from Kent is evidence of the spread of artistic traditions through export or copying. Made in Kent, England

Plaque with the Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew

Plaque with the Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew

This rare and highly important plaque epitomizes a key moment in the history of medieval art, when goldsmiths—who had traditionally used enamels only as a substitute for colored gems—realized the full potential... more

Reliquary Pendant with Queen Margaret of Sicily Blessed by Bishop Reginald of Bath

Reliquary Pendant with Queen Margaret of Sicily Blessed by Bishop Regi...

The engraved Latin inscription on the back identifies the subject: “Bishop Reginald of Bath hands this over to Queen Margaret of Sicily.” The inscription on the front lists the relics once contained under a cry... more

Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence

Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence

Contrary to iconographic convention, Saint Lawrence here appears in supplication, amid bands of fire, rather than stretched out on the grill. This representation reflects the writings of both saints Augustine ... more

Corbel

Corbel

Made in Canterbury, England

Reliquary Chasse

Reliquary Chasse

Incised on the panels of this chasse is a series of bust-length figures within medallions. Represented on one lid panel is Christ flanked by Saints Peter and Paul, and on the other, the Virgin flanked by Saints... more

Pilgrim's Badge with Bust of a Bishop

Pilgrim's Badge with Bust of a Bishop

Made in Canterbury (?), England

Maidenhead Type Spoon

Maidenhead Type Spoon

Maidenhead spoons seem to have made their appearance in the late fourteenth century. That some were indented to represent the Virgin Mary is revealed in an inventory of Durham Priory, in 1446, in which "ij cocl... more

Pilgrim's Badge with head of Saint Thomas à Becket
Spoon

Spoon

The first known mention of the acorn knop appears in a will of 1348, in which one John de Holegh bequeathed to Thomas Taillour "12 silver spoons with akernes." Later references to such acorn-knop spoons indicat... more

Drinking Bowl

Drinking Bowl

The term "mazer" derives from a German word meaning "burled" or "grained" and is generally applied to any lathe-turned root or hardwood object. The inscription on the lip of this drinking bowl reads: "Reason b... more

Spoon

Spoon

Numerous inventories refer to spoons "slipped on the stalk," that is, spoons the stems or handles of which were simply terminated at right-angles. A great number of spoons of this type have survived and their p... more

Apostle Spoon

Apostle Spoon

Apostle spoons – spoons which bear the figure of one of the apostles accompanied by his apostolic emblem – are first mentioned in a will made in York in 1494, which described them as "xiji cocliaris argenti com... more

William Evelyn of St Clere, Kent, Holding a Spaniel

William Evelyn of St Clere, Kent, Holding a Spaniel

Hamilton belonged to a group of accomplished pastellists trained at the Dublin Society School of Drawing, run by Robert West (ca. 1720–1790) and James Mannin (active 1746–79). The artist moved to London around ... more

Design for a Chimneypiece in the Eating-room, Danson Park, Kent

Design for a Chimneypiece in the Eating-room, Danson Park, Kent

Sir William Chambers (British (born Sweden), Göteborg 1723–1796 London)

A Meeting of umbrellas / P.V., delin. ; J. Kent, fecit.

A Meeting of umbrellas / P.V., delin. ; J. Kent, fecit.

Cartoon showing two men under umbrellas facing each other and another man under umbrella with left hand extended between the two men.

Pembury Mill, Kent (Liber Studiorum, part III, plate 12)

Pembury Mill, Kent (Liber Studiorum, part III, plate 12)

Turner distilled his ideas about landscape In "Liber Studiorum" (Latin for Book of Studies), a series of seventy prints plus a frontispiece published between 1807 and 1819. To establish the compositions, he mad... more

Pembury Mill, Kent (Liber Studiorum, part III, plate 12)

Pembury Mill, Kent (Liber Studiorum, part III, plate 12)

Turner distilled his ideas about landscape In "Liber Studiorum" (Latin for Book of Studies), a series of seventy prints plus a frontispiece published between 1807 and 1819. To establish the compositions, he mad... more

Royal Methodists in Kent & Sussex---or the dissenters too powerful for the established church / [G. Cruikshank].

Royal Methodists in Kent & Sussex---or the dissenters too powerful for...

"Dissenters, led by Collyer, and encouraged by the Dukes of Kent and Sussex, attack the Church of England..." (Source: George)

Near Penshurst, Kent

Near Penshurst, Kent

Patrick Nasmyth was known as "the English Hobbema." The influence of seventeenth-century Dutch landscapists such as Meyndert Hobbema (1638–1709) and Jacob van Ruisdael (1628/29–1682) is amply evident in this ch... more

James Kent

James Kent

Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

View of a Churchyard, Southborough, Kent
Christ Church Gateway, Canterbury

Christ Church Gateway, Canterbury

Artist: Francis Bedford.Artist Bio: British, 1816 - 1894.Creation Date: c. 1850.Process: albumen print.Credit Line: Museum purchase ... more

Coln Church + Mr Kent; 3 Miss Wallingtons

Coln Church + Mr Kent; 3 Miss Wallingtons

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (British, Swansea, Wales 1810–1882 Swansea, Wales)

Hever Castle, Kent

Hever Castle, Kent

Henry Thomas Wood (British)

[Butcher's shop, Sandwich, Kent]

[Butcher's shop, Sandwich, Kent]

Prints shows women and children at butcher's shop in Sandwich, England.

[The Medway, Chatham, England]
[Congressional Library]. Statues of Shakespeare & Kent

[Congressional Library]. Statues of Shakespeare & Kent

Photo shows the Main Reading Room in the Library of Congress.

Lady cyclists riding down hill

Lady cyclists riding down hill

Description: "Group, lady cyclists riding down hill (Sittingbourne)" Photograph taken by Frederick Miller Rammell...Date: 1898..Our Catalogue Reference: COPY 1/435/62 ( http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalo... more

Cottage, Kent, England

Cottage, Kent, England

Long ladder from ground to chimney.

Dunne, Biplane

Dunne, Biplane

This could be fun. who, where, when, what?..Niall McAuley ( /photos/gnmcauley/ ) was on the ball with this one right from kick off, he quickly identified the "Dunne" as John William Dunne!..Dunne worked initi... more

Former US President George Herbert Walker Bush speaks during the Rededication Ceremony for the American Air Museum at Royal Air Force (RAF) Duxford, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom (UK). Seated far right is His Royal Highness, Edward, Duke of Kent

Former US President George Herbert Walker Bush speaks during the Reded...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Duxford State: Cambridgeshire Country: United Kingdom (GBR) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Andrew E. Lynch, USAF Release Status: Released to Public... more

Former US President George Herbert Walker Bush, speaks during the Rededication Ceremony for the American Air Museum at Royal Air Force (RAF) Duxford, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom (UK). Seated to the right of Mr. Bush is His Royal Highness, Charles, Prince of Wales and seated to the far left is His Royal Highness, Edward, Duke of Kent

Former US President George Herbert Walker Bush, speaks during the Rede...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Duxford State: Cambridgeshire Country: United Kingdom (GBR) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Andrew E. Lynch, USAF Release Status: Released to Public... more

His Royal Highness, Charles, Prince of Wales speaks during the Rededication Ceremony for the American Air Museum at Royal Air Force (RAF) Duxford, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom (UK). Seated far right is His Royal Highness, Edward, Duke of Kent

His Royal Highness, Charles, Prince of Wales speaks during the Rededic...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Duxford State: Cambridgeshire Country: United Kingdom (GBR) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Andrew E. Lynch, USAF Release Status: Released to Public... more

Dragon wooden wood carving, nature landscapes.

Dragon wooden wood carving, nature landscapes.

Dragon. Free images of dragons. Use free photos of fantasy creatures without any copyright restrictions.