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Black History Framed Print Collection

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15 Framed Prints

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Bartenders at the Trocadero Restaurant DD76_00013

Bartenders at the Trocadero Restaurant DD76_00013
TROCADERO RESTAURANT, London. Bartenders at the restaurant in Shaftsbury Avenue await their customers at the Long Bar. c1901

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Van Dyck - Henrietta of Lorraine J920322

Van Dyck - Henrietta of Lorraine J920322
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London. " Henrietta of Lorraine " 1634 by Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641)

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Kneller & Wyck - Mohammed Ohadu, Moroccan Ambassador J970154

Kneller & Wyck - Mohammed Ohadu, Moroccan Ambassador J970154
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. " Mohammed Ohadu, the Moroccan Ambassador" 1684 by Sir Godfrey KNELLER (1646-1723) and Jan WYCK (c.1640-1702). Equestrian portrait. British School

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Ragtime Band BL23648_A

Ragtime Band BL23648_A
MAISON LYONS, London. Ragtime band playing at the department store in Oxford Street, 1916. Bedford Lemere

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Black Lives Matter 35096_036

Black Lives Matter 35096_036
Black Lives Matter slogan written on path in General Gordon Place, Woolwich, Greater London Authority, 2021

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Bhai Ram Singh K010289

Bhai Ram Singh K010289
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view. Photograph from the album " Royal Tableaux, Osborne ". " Ram Singh at Work in the Indian Room " 1892. Durbar Room

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Beer hatch JLP01_09_783158

Beer hatch JLP01_09_783158
DIXON HOUSE, FENCHURCH STREET, CITY OF LONDON. A woman serving beer to men standing at a serving hatch during a Thank You party held in the site canteen at Dixon House

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Domestic servants, Pembroke College, Oxford CC96_00045crop

Domestic servants, Pembroke College, Oxford CC96_00045crop
Pembroke College, Oxford. A group of domestic servants posing outside one of the college buildings. A cropped version of image number CC96_00045. Photographed by Henry Taunt

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Speakers Corner a054025

Speakers Corner a054025
General view of a crowd at Speakers Corner in Hyde Park, London, with a young black man on the platform with arm outstretched. Date range 1962-1964. Photographer, John Gay

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Kentish Town, 1960s FF003351

Kentish Town, 1960s FF003351
A man on stepladders re-painting the exterior of a business premises in Kentish Town, London. 1960s. Photographer, John Gay

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Muslim Burial Ground, Horsell Common, Woking 1917 BL23738_006

Muslim Burial Ground, Horsell Common, Woking 1917 BL23738_006
THE MUSLIM BURIAL GROUND, Horsell Common, Woking, Surrey. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din, first Imam of Woking Mosque (the Shah Jehan Mosque) stands proudly beside the newly completed chattri (domed pavilion)

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Kneller & Wyck - Mohammed Ohadu, Moroccan Ambassador J970155

Kneller & Wyck - Mohammed Ohadu, Moroccan Ambassador J970155
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. " Mohammed Ohadu, the Moroccan Ambassador" 1684 by Sir Godfrey KNELLER (1646-1723) and Jan WYCK (c.1640-1702). Equestrian portrait. British School

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Memorial to Scipio Africanus

Memorial to Scipio Africanus
Headstone & footstone to Scipio Africanus, a servant who died aged 18. St Mary s, Bristol. IoE 379142

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Headstone to Myrtilla

Headstone to Myrtilla
Incribed HERE/LYETH THE BODY 0F/MYRTILLA, ... SLAVE/T0 Mr THO/ BEAUCHAMP/0F NEVIS/BAPd OCTOBER HY 20th/BURIED JAN HY 6th/1705. Oxhill, Warwickshire. IoE 307268

Background imageBlack History Framed Print Collection: Wedgwood pendant K010303

Wedgwood pendant K010303
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, Hampstead, London. Anti-slavery pendant bearing the words Am I not a man and a brother


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