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Choose from 76 pictures in our Fashion collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Gainsborough - Lady Brisco J900289
Gainsborough - Lady Brisco J900289
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Larkin - Lady Dorothy Cary J920335
Larkin - Lady Dorothy Cary J920335
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Larkin - Lady Isabella Rich J920337
Larkin - Lady Isabella Rich J920337
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Romney - Lady Hamilton at the Spinning Wheel J910506
Romney - Lady Hamilton at the Spinning Wheel J910506
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Harrods Shoe Department 1919 BL24450_021
Harrods Shoe Department 1919 BL24450_021
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Leslie - Jeanie Deans Pleading with Queen Caroline J940116
Leslie - Jeanie Deans Pleading with Queen Caroline J940116
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Reynolds - Lady Louisa Manners J910531
Reynolds - Lady Louisa Manners J910531
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Reynolds - Lady Mary Leslie J910492
Reynolds - Lady Mary Leslie J910492
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Henley regatta in 1897 CC71_00067
Henley regatta in 1897 CC71_00067
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Waylands Smithy CC97_02141
Waylands Smithy CC97_02141
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Metsu - A Gentleman and a Lady at a Virginal K010543
Metsu - A Gentleman and a Lady at a Virginal K010543
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Johnson - Margaret Hallyday Lady Hungerford J910218
Johnson - Margaret Hallyday Lady Hungerford J910218
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Harrods Shoe Department 1919 BL24450_021 Featured Image

Harrods Shoe Department 1919 BL24450_021

HARRODS, Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London. Baroque luxury of the ladies shoe department in Harrods. The ornate plaster ceiling and the lavish use of space emphasise the exclusive nature of the store. It was rebuilt following a fire in 1884 and was given a major extension in 1901-5. Photographed by Bedford Lemere & Co in April 1919

© Historic England

De Hooch - The Intruder N070536
De Hooch - The Intruder N070536
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Portrait of a Lady J910509
Portrait of a Lady J910509
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Tea in the garden CC50_00694
Tea in the garden CC50_00694
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Post Lady, Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901 BB98_01839
Post Lady, Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901 BB98_01839
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Bol - An unknown woman J910515
Bol - An unknown woman J910515
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An Unknown Lady called Titians Mistress N070681
An Unknown Lady called Titians Mistress N070681
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Lefevre - Empress Josephine N070491
Lefevre - Empress Josephine N070491
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Romney - Lady Hamilton at Prayer J910507
Romney - Lady Hamilton at Prayer J910507
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Woman playing harpsichord AA071907
Woman playing harpsichord AA071907
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Reynolds - Lady Diane Beauclerk J910495
Reynolds - Lady Diane Beauclerk J910495
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A Lady Painting J910186
A Lady Painting J910186
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In the pavilion JLP01_08_021418
In the pavilion JLP01_08_021418
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In the pavilion JLP01_08_021418 Featured Image

In the pavilion JLP01_08_021418

VICTORIA PAVILION, WILDER ROAD, ILFRACOMBE, NORTH DEVON. A group of adults and children posed in the Victoria Pavilion during a Laing staff trip to Ilfracombe.
In 1947, after a seven year break, Laing had resurrected their Area Outings for staff and their families, with trips taking place in May and June. In 1954, there were seven outings planned to take place over five weeks in May and June. This trip was for staff and their families from the South-West and South Wales including Bristol, Portishead, Plymouth and South Wales

© Historic England Archive

Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248
Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078264a
Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078264a
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Dancefloor JLP01_08_054037
Dancefloor JLP01_08_054037
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Arcade games JLP01_08_021570
Arcade games JLP01_08_021570
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Boat ride JLP01_08_021558
Boat ride JLP01_08_021558
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Dressed for the beach JLP01_08_000244
Dressed for the beach JLP01_08_000244
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Department store JLP01_10_10768
Department store JLP01_10_10768
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Nurses hostel JLP01_08_074883
Nurses hostel JLP01_08_074883
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Carousel ride JLP01_08_095429
Carousel ride JLP01_08_095429
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Seniors dance JLP01_09_783678
Seniors dance JLP01_09_783678
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Vegetables JLP01_09_740159a
Vegetables JLP01_09_740159a
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Look what we got JLP01_09_783694
Look what we got JLP01_09_783694
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248 Featured Image

Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248

Victoria Park Estate, Macclesfield, Cheshire East. Three girls standing beside a stone wall, looking towards flats in the distance at the Victoria Park development, built using the 12M Jespersen system.
In 1963, John Laing and Son Ltd bought the rights to the Danish industrialised building system for flats known as Jespersen (sometimes referred to as Jesperson). The company built factories in Scotland, Hampshire and Lancashire producing Jespersen prefabricated parts and precast concrete panels, allowing the building of housing to be rationalised, saving time and money. The Victoria Park development in Macclesfield, lying between the park and the centre of town, was built by Laing in two phases using the 12M Jespersen system. Providing around 500 flats, the design consisted of thirteen interlinked blocks forming a series of courts with landscaped gardens. The first phase was completed in 1968 with the second phase started in the same year. This photograph was published in June 1968 in Laing's monthly newsletter Team Spirit'

© Historic England Archive

Cafe JLP01_08_021573
Cafe JLP01_08_021573
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Breathe in that sea air JLP01_08_021440
Breathe in that sea air JLP01_08_021440
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Party games JLP01_08_050875
Party games JLP01_08_050875
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Dancing JLP01_08_050862
Dancing JLP01_08_050862
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Party games JLP01_08_050874
Party games JLP01_08_050874
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Look at the view JLP01_08_060386a
Look at the view JLP01_08_060386a
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Dancing JLP01_08_054095
Dancing JLP01_08_054095
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Family outing JLP01_08_021664
Family outing JLP01_08_021664
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Outing by train JLP01_08_08838
Outing by train JLP01_08_08838
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Students common room JLP01_08_072394
Students common room JLP01_08_072394
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Visiting dignitaries JLP01_08_063426
Visiting dignitaries JLP01_08_063426
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Holland is Here JLP01_08_070431
Holland is Here JLP01_08_070431
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