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Fountain Gallery

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

Choose from 49 pictures in our Fountain 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.


Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A Featured Print

Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A

CHAMBERLAIN SQUARE, Birmingham, West Midlands. This civic fountain was erected in 1880 by public subscription in gratitude for Joseph Chamberlain's time as mayor (1873-6). The architect was John Chamberlain, with S Barfield of Leicester, sculptor, and Salviati Burke & Co of Venice, mosaics. In the background are Mason College and the pubilc library, both of which have since been demolished. Photograph by Bedford Lemere circa 1890.

© Historic England

Empire Theatre, Leicester Square, London BB81_00030 Featured Print

Empire Theatre, Leicester Square, London BB81_00030

EMPIRE THEATRE, Leicester Square, Westminster, London. Front of the Empire Theatre, Leicester Square, from the fountain. From 1887, the Empire was a famous music hall with Lydia Kyasht one of its stars, billed here as 'Europe's greatest dancer'. The theatre was replaced by the Empire Cinema in 1927-8. From the Bedford Lemere collection. Date range: 1887-1927.

© Historic England

Trafalgar Square 21760_02 Featured Print

Trafalgar Square 21760_02

TRAFALGAR SQUARE, Westminster, London. Aerial view. The Battle of Trafalgar took place in 1805 and destroyed Napoleon's hopes of invading Britain. The square was planned in the 1820s but was not named after the battle until 1830. The fountains were fed by an artesian well until the late 19th century, but are now fed from the mains and powered by electricity. The square has seen many political rallies, as well as being the scene of boisterous celebrations and outpourings of national pride on New Years' Eve and major football matches.

© Historic England