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Wellington Writing His Despatches J050178




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Wellington Writing His Despatches J050178

APSLEY HOUSE, London. Print of " Wellington Writing His Despatches" by D. Wilkie

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Media ID 4545476

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Engraving Waterloo Wellington


10"x8" Photo Print

Introducing the Media Storehouse range of Photographic Prints, featuring the captivating image "Wellington Writing His Despatches J050178" from the Historic England Photo Library. This exquisite print showcases a masterpiece by D. Wilkie, originally housed at Apsley House in London. Wellington, the Duke of Wellington, is depicted in deep concentration as he pens his despatches, a poignant moment in history that continues to intrigue and inspire. Our high-quality photographic prints bring the rich heritage of Historic England to your home or office, making for an elegant and thought-provoking addition to any space. Experience the beauty and history of this iconic image with Media Storehouse.

Photo prints are produced on Kodak professional photo paper resulting in timeless and breath-taking prints which are also ideal for framing. The colors produced are rich and vivid, with accurate blacks and pristine whites, resulting in prints that are truly timeless and magnificent. Whether you're looking to display your prints in your home, office, or gallery, our range of photographic prints are sure to impress. Dimensions refers to the size of the paper in inches.

Our Photo Prints are in a large range of sizes and are printed on Archival Quality Paper for excellent colour reproduction and longevity. They are ideal for framing (our Framed Prints use these) at a reasonable cost. Alternatives include cheaper Poster Prints and higher quality Fine Art Paper, the choice of which is largely dependant on your budget.

Estimated Product Size is 20.3cm x 25.4cm (8" x 10")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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> Fine Art > Illustrations and Engravings

> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Apsley House > Artefacts and engravings at Apsley

> Waterloo 200 > Peninsular War 200

> Waterloo 200 > Portraits of Wellington

> Waterloo 200 > Waterloo Campaign 1815


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases a remarkable moment in history, capturing the essence of leadership and determination. Entitled "Wellington Writing His Despatches" this engraving transports us back to Apsley House in London, where one of the greatest military strategists of all time, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, is seen engrossed in his work. The image portrays Wellington at a crucial juncture - after the Battle of Waterloo. With his pen poised and an intense focus etched on his face, he meticulously writes dispatches that would shape the course of European history. The artist behind this masterpiece, D. Wilkie, skillfully captures both Wellington's physical likeness and the weighty responsibility he carries upon his shoulders. As we gaze upon this print from Historic England Photo Library, we are transported into Wellington's world - a world filled with tension and anticipation as he relays vital information to those who await news from the battlefield. This image serves as a poignant reminder not only of Wellington's strategic brilliance but also of the sacrifices made by countless soldiers during times of conflict. Through its intricate details and evocative portrayal, this photograph invites us to reflect on moments that shaped nations and altered destinies forever. It stands as a testament to human resilience amidst adversity and reminds us that even in our darkest hours, there is always hope for triumph against all odds.

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