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Abbey Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 233 pictures in our Abbey collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Rievaulx Abbey OP07620 Featured Print

Rievaulx Abbey OP07620

Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire, 1850-€“1910. Unknown photographer, albumen print. The ruins of Rievaulx Abbey, the first Cistercian abbey in the north of England, have been a tourist destination since the 18th century. In the Victorian era photographers were also drawn to record the picturesque, ivy-clad ruins. By 1917 these were in danger of collapse and Rievaulx Abbey was taken into the care of the Office of Works. Sir Charles Peers, Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments, caused controversy by clearing the site of vegetation and establishing the principle of presenting historic monuments in neat, tidy, unobstructed settings.

© Historic England

North aisle of Westminster Abbey AL2028_014_01 Featured Print

North aisle of Westminster Abbey AL2028_014_01

The north aisle of Westminster Abbey, London. Victor Albert Prouta€™s album of photographs. The interior of the Abbey of Westminster was published in 1860. The 23 prints are some of the earliest interior views of the building, and this view of the north aisle records monuments outside the Chapel of St John the Baptist that have since been repaired or restored. Commenting on a dozen of Prouta€™s views that had been published by Mr J Elliot, The Athenaeum in March 1860 described them as having '€˜various merit'€™, but '€˜as a whole, they are very fine and powerful'€™. Albumen print.

© Historic England

Reading Abbey CC97_02829 Featured Print

Reading Abbey CC97_02829

READING ABBEY, Reading Abbey, Berkshire. The ruins of the entrance to the east cloister looking south. The Abbey was founded by King Henry I in 1121. It became a royal palace of King Henry VIII after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1537. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt.

© Historic England

Abbey, Arch, Entrance, Medieval, Religion, Tudor