British Invasion! Three Iconic Vintage Drawings from the Turn-of-the-Century UK

I decided to group today’s set of images because they all come from the late 1800’s / early 1900’s and are a fun collection of Olde England pictures. First up: The Queen, of course. Queen Elizabeth to be exact. Very iconic, very British, very lovely, indeed!

Old Drawing of Queen Elizabeth - Click for larger print image

Old Drawing of Queen Elizabeth - Click for larger print image

Next up is an incredible rustic and simple map of London from the early 1900’s. I see this on a decoupaged table top – don’t you think? :)

Vintage Printable Rustic London Map - Click for larger print artwork

Vintage Printable Rustic London Map - Click for larger print artwork

Lastly, here is another iconic British image – Stonehenge! This comes from a somewhat comical book written in the late 1800’s called Gods and Devils of Mankind… basically a propaganda book claiming that every religion in the world is run by savages, unless they are Christian. I’m not so much into religious persecution, but the art in the book is gorgeous. I have some incredible art depicting Hindu gods to share with you on another day!

Late 1800's Drawing of Druids Worshiping at Stonehenge - Click for printable picture

Late 1800's Drawing of Druids Worshiping at Stonehenge - Click for printable picture

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