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"Henry: A Captivating Journey Through History" Step into the world of Henry, a name that has left its mark on various realms throughout history

Background imageHenry Collection: Newcomen steam engine, 1747

Newcomen steam engine, 1747. Thomas Newcomen (1663-1729) designed his atmospheric or steam engine in 1712. Water was heated in the boiler and the resulting steam was let into the cylinder

Background imageHenry Collection: Death of Henry Percy (Harry Hotspur) at the Battle of Shrewsbury, 21 July 1403, (c1860)

Death of Henry Percy (Harry Hotspur) at the Battle of Shrewsbury, 21 July 1403, (c1860). Together with his uncle, Thomas Percy

Background imageHenry Collection: Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1798-1799, (c1920). Artist: Henry Bone

Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1798-1799, (c1920). Artist: Henry Bone
Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1798-1799, (c1920). Portrait of Nelson after his victory at the Battle of the Nile. One of Britains greatest military figures

Background imageHenry Collection: Choosing The Red and White Roses in the Temple Garden, 1910. Creator: Henry Payne

Choosing The Red and White Roses in the Temple Garden, 1910. Creator: Henry Payne
Choosing The Red and White Roses in the Temple Garden, 1910

Background imageHenry Collection: The Macnab, 1802. (1922). Artist: Henry Raeburn

The Macnab, 1802. (1922). Artist: Henry Raeburn
The Macnab, 1802. A portrait of Francis Macnab (1734-1816), landowner and 16th chief of Clan Macnab. From The Connoisseur Volume LXIII [Otto Limited, London, 1922.]

Background imageHenry Collection: Boy with Rabbit, c1814 (1912). Artist: Henry Raeburn

Boy with Rabbit, c1814 (1912). Artist: Henry Raeburn
Boy with Rabbit, c1814 (1912). A print from The Connoisseur, (London, 1912)

Background imageHenry Collection: Thomas Cromwell Earl of Essex, painted by Holbein. Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex, KG, PC (c)

Thomas Cromwell Earl of Essex, painted by Holbein. Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex, KG, PC (c)
Thomas Cromwell Earl of Essex, painted by Holbein. Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex, KG, PC (c. 1485(1) - 28 July 1540), known as 1st Baron Cromwell of Wimbledon between 1536 and 1540

Background imageHenry Collection: Boxing, early 19th century, (1941). Creator: Henry Thomas Alken

Boxing, early 19th century, (1941). Creator: Henry Thomas Alken
Boxing, early 19th century, (1941). Bare-knuckle fighting. Illustration which originally appeared in " The National Sports of Great Britain" illustrated by Henry Alken. (London, 1821)

Background imageHenry Collection: King Henry Viii Of England And His Six Wives. From Top Centre And Clockwise Anne Of Cleves

King Henry Viii Of England And His Six Wives. From Top Centre And Clockwise Anne Of Cleves, Catherine Howard, Anne Boleyn, Catherine Of Aragon, Catherine Parr And Jane Seymour

Background imageHenry Collection: Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, January 1912, (1913). Artist: Henry Bowers

Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, January 1912, (1913). Artist: Henry Bowers
Amundsens Tent at the South Pole, January 1912, (1913). Expedition leader Captain Robert F Scott (1868-1912), Dr Edward Wilson (1872-1912) and Petty Officer Edgar Evans (1876-1912)

Background imageHenry Collection: WOMENs SUFFRAGE, 1915. The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer

WOMENs SUFFRAGE, 1915. The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer, showing an allegorical representation of the suffrage cause striding across the western states

Background imageHenry Collection: Tuke, Henry Scott (1858-1929) artist. Ruby, gold and malachite, 1902

Tuke, Henry Scott (1858-1929) artist. Ruby, gold and malachite, 1902

Background imageHenry Collection: Henry Simonis & Co fire appliance, Nuremberg, Germany

Henry Simonis & Co fire appliance, Nuremberg, Germany
A Henry Simonis & Co fire appliance, parked on a street in Nuremberg, Germany

Background imageHenry Collection: MOORE: RECLINING FIGURE. Draped Reclining Figure. Aquatint and engraving by Henry Moore, 1951

MOORE: RECLINING FIGURE. Draped Reclining Figure. Aquatint and engraving by Henry Moore, 1951

Background imageHenry Collection: Chatterton (The Death of Chatterton), 1856. Creator: Henry Wallis

Chatterton (The Death of Chatterton), 1856. Creator: Henry Wallis
Chatterton (The Death of Chatterton), 1856. Thomas Chatterton (1752-1770) was an unsuccessful poet whose suicide became a symbol of blighted artistic genius

Background imageHenry Collection: CARTOON: GOUT, c1815. Origin of the Gout

CARTOON: GOUT, c1815. Origin of the Gout. An upper class man playing the cello finds his gouty leg burned by a devil. Colored etching by Henry William Bunbury, c1815

Background imageHenry Collection: Sir Henry Morton Stanley meeting with his rear column at Banalya, Africa, 17 August 1888

Sir Henry Morton Stanley meeting with his rear column at Banalya, Africa, 17 August 1888
5242631 Sir Henry Morton Stanley meeting with his rear column at Banalya, Africa, 17 August 1888, during his Emin Pasha Relief Expedition, from In Darkest Africa by Henry M. Stanley pub

Background imageHenry Collection: Kings of England, reproduction of possibly the first jigsaw puzzle, c

Kings of England, reproduction of possibly the first jigsaw puzzle, c
1772350 Kings of England, reproduction of possibly the first jigsaw puzzle, c.1820, from The Sketch Magazine, Coronation Number, published 1937 (colour litho) by English School

Background imageHenry Collection: Arthur Draws the Sword from the Stone, 1911. Artist: Walter Crane

Arthur Draws the Sword from the Stone, 1911. Artist: Walter Crane
Arthur Draws the Sword form the Stone, 1911. The young Arthur pulls the sword from the stone to become King of England. Frontispiece of Stories of the Knights of the Round Table by Henry Gilbert

Background imageHenry Collection: Employees of John Henry Dickinson Ltd, Cutlers, Lowfield Cutlery Forge, Guernsey Road

Employees of John Henry Dickinson Ltd, Cutlers, Lowfield Cutlery Forge, Guernsey Road
Original at Sheffield City Archives: MD8238/6/2

Background imageHenry Collection: Henry Simonis & Co fire appliances, Nuremberg, Germany

Henry Simonis & Co fire appliances, Nuremberg, Germany
Two Henry Simonis & Co fire appliances on a street in Nuremberg, Germany

Background imageHenry Collection: IRELAND, 19th CENTURY. A pontoon bridge over Lough Conn in County Mayo, Ireland

IRELAND, 19th CENTURY. A pontoon bridge over Lough Conn in County Mayo, Ireland. Steel engraving, English, c1840, after William Henry Barlett

Background imageHenry Collection: The Martini-Henry Rifle (engraving)

The Martini-Henry Rifle (engraving)
1625821 The Martini-Henry Rifle (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Martini-Henry Rifle. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 22 July 1871)

Background imageHenry Collection: The wailing women, 1922. Creator: Henry Traut

The wailing women, 1922. Creator: Henry Traut
The wailing women, 1922. Paula Rendl as Mary Magdalene, Martha Veit as the Virgin Mary, Melchior Breitsamter as St John: players in the Oberammergau Passion Play

Background imageHenry Collection: Rue De La Grosse Horloge, Rouen, 1821. Artist: Henry Edridge

Rue De La Grosse Horloge, Rouen, 1821. Artist: Henry Edridge
Rue De La Grosse Horloge, Rouen, 1821. From The Connoisseur Volume LXXXIII, edited by C. Reginald Grundy. [The Connoisseur Ltd, London, 1929]

Background imageHenry Collection: COCK FIGHT, 1840. Lithograph after a drawing by Henry Thomas Alken, 1840

COCK FIGHT, 1840. Lithograph after a drawing by Henry Thomas Alken, 1840

Background imageHenry Collection: HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. Sir Henry Baskerville

HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. Sir Henry Baskerville. Illustration by Sidney Paget from the March 1902 issue of the Strand magazine for the serial publication of Sir Arthur Conan Doyles The Hound of

Background imageHenry Collection: ANTI-TRUST CARTOON, 1879. The Modern Colossus of (Rail) Roads

ANTI-TRUST CARTOON, 1879. The Modern Colossus of (Rail) Roads. American cartoon by Joseph Keppler, 1879, attacking the railroad trust formed by William Henry Vanderbilt (top), Cyrus W

Background imageHenry Collection: King Class No 6025 King Henry III, August 1951

King Class No 6025 King Henry III, August 1951
Seen here as the Cornish Riviera Express passing Wellington, Somerset. (Please note original picture quality poor)

Background imageHenry Collection: Rustic sports in the Park - north view of Harewood House, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Rustic sports in the Park - north view of Harewood House, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Rustic sports in the Park - north view of Harewood House, 1845. Celebrations at Harewood House near Leeds in Yorkshire. The events which gave rise to the Festival were the Coming of Age

Background imageHenry Collection: Prince Henry, Hotspur and Falstaff (Shakespeare, King Henry

Prince Henry, Hotspur and Falstaff (Shakespeare, King Henry IV, Part 1, Act 5, Scene 4), first published 1796; reissued 1852

Background imageHenry Collection: Sir Henry Morton Stanley And His Men Crossing A Hazardous Forest Clearing During His Emin Pasha

Sir Henry Morton Stanley And His Men Crossing A Hazardous Forest Clearing During His Emin Pasha Relief Expedition In Africa, 1886 To 1889. From In Darkest Africa By Henry M. Stanley Published 1890

Background imageHenry Collection: Wilson, Bowers, and Cherry-Garrard on Their Return from Cape Crozier, 1 August 1911, (1913)

Wilson, Bowers, and Cherry-Garrard on Their Return from Cape Crozier, 1 August 1911, (1913). Doctor and naturalist Edward Wilson (1872-1912)

Background imageHenry Collection: The Officers of the Terra Nova, 1912 Voyage, (1913). Artist: Herbert Ponting

The Officers of the Terra Nova, 1912 Voyage, (1913). Artist: Herbert Ponting
The Officers of the Terra Nova, 1912 Voyage; Left to right - Mr. Dennistoun, Bo sun Cheetham, Lt. Rennick, Paymaster Drake, Engineer Williams, Lt. Pennell, Lt. Bruce, Biologist Lillie, (1913)

Background imageHenry Collection: Bowers, Wilson, and Cherry-Garrard About To Leave For Cafe Crozier, 27 June 1911, (1913)

Bowers, Wilson, and Cherry-Garrard About To Leave For Cafe Crozier, 27 June 1911, (1913). Lieutenant Henry Birdie Bowers (1883-1912)

Background imageHenry Collection: Frances, Countess of Surrey, c1532-1533 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Frances, Countess of Surrey, c1532-1533 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Frances, Countess of Surrey, c1532-1533 (1945). Frances Howard, (nee de Vere), Countess of Surrey (c. 1516-1577) was daughter of John de Vere, 15th Earl of Oxford, and Elizabeth Trussell

Background imageHenry Collection: Hadgi (Mecca pilgrims) encamped near Antioch, on the banks of the Orontes, Turkey, 1841

Hadgi (Mecca pilgrims) encamped near Antioch, on the banks of the Orontes, Turkey, 1841. Artist: Henry Adlard
Hadgi (Mecca pilgrims) encamped near Antioch, on the banks of the Orontes, Turkey, 1841. From Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, volume I, by John Carne, published by Fisher, Son & Co

Background imageHenry Collection: Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, 1920. Artist: Philip A de Laszlo

Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, 1920. Artist: Philip A de Laszlo
Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, 1920. Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne (1845-1927)

Background imageHenry Collection: JJ Thomson, British nuclear physicist, 1898

JJ Thomson, British nuclear physicist, 1898. Joseph John Thomson (1856-1940), the discoverer of the electron, with his students at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge

Background imageHenry Collection: WASHINGTON: FAREWELL, 1783. George Washington taking leave of his officers in Fraunces

WASHINGTON: FAREWELL, 1783. George Washington taking leave of his officers in Fraunces Tavern in New York City, 4 December 1783. Chromolithograph illustration by Henry Alexander Ogden, c1893

Background imageHenry Collection: HENRY FORD (1863-1947). American automobile manufacturer

HENRY FORD (1863-1947). American automobile manufacturer. Testing the Automobile Plow tractor on his farm in Deaborn, Michigan. Photograph, 1907

Background imageHenry Collection: JJ (Joseph John) Thomson (1856-1940) British Nuclear physicist, discovered electron

JJ (Joseph John) Thomson (1856-1940) British Nuclear physicist, discovered electron, here with his research students at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, in 1898

Background imageHenry Collection: IRELAND: COVE OF CORK. View of the Cove of Cork (also known as Queenstown)

IRELAND: COVE OF CORK. View of the Cove of Cork (also known as Queenstown, or Cobh) in Cork Harbor, Ireland. Steel engraving, English, c1840, after William Henry Bartlett

Background imageHenry Collection: Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, 1874 A

Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, 1874 A

Background imageHenry Collection: Boy and Rabbit, 1814, (c1915). Artist: Henry Raeburn

Boy and Rabbit, 1814, (c1915). Artist: Henry Raeburn
Boy and Rabbit, 1814, (c1915). The painting is held by the Royal Academy of Arts, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney. [Virtue & Company, London, c1915]

Background imageHenry Collection: Mary, Duchess of Richmond and Somerset, c1532-1533 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Mary, Duchess of Richmond and Somerset, c1532-1533 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Mary, Duchess of Richmond and Somerset, c1532-1533 (1945). Mary FitzRoy, Duchess of Richmond and Somerset (1519-1557), formerly Lady Mary Howard

Background imageHenry Collection: William Hobson of Markfield, c1790. Artist: Henry Raeburn

William Hobson of Markfield, c1790. Artist: Henry Raeburn
William Hobson of Markfield, c1790. Painting held at the Victoria And Albert Museum, London. From The Connoisseur Volume LXXX. [The Connoisseur Ltd. London, 1928]

Background imageHenry Collection: The Chancel, Catholic Apostolic Church, Albury Park, Surrey, 1904

The Chancel, Catholic Apostolic Church, Albury Park, Surrey, 1904. Henry Drummond, the owner of the Albury Park estate, was closely involved in the origin



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"Henry: A Captivating Journey Through History" Step into the world of Henry, a name that has left its mark on various realms throughout history. From Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson's trusted artist, Henry Bone, capturing his heroic exploits in 1798-1799 to Holbein's portrayal of Thomas Cromwell Earl of Essex, witness the power and influence associated with this name. But it doesn't stop there. Henry Raeburn's brush strokes bring life to "Boy with Rabbit, " a timeless masterpiece from 1814 (1912), showcasing innocence and companionship. And let us not forget about the brave explorers who ventured into uncharted territories - like Henry Bowers at Amundsen's Tent in January 1912 (1913) - pushing the boundaries of human achievement. Henry Mayer's powerful illustration in "The Awakening" (1915) reminds us of the fight for women's suffrage, as an allegorical representation strides across western states towards equality. This struggle echoes through time alongside other significant events such as early 19th-century boxing depicted by Henry Thomas Alken and The Macnab painted by Henry Raeburn in 1802 (1922). Even beyond artistry and social movements, we encounter practical contributions like the fire appliance crafted by Henry Simonis & Co in Nuremberg, Germany. This showcases how individuals named they have made their presence felt even within technological advancements. From renowned sculptor Henry Moore to English statesman Thomas Cromwell, each bearer of this distinguished name leaves behind a unique legacy that continues to inspire generations. Tuke’s mesmerizing artwork titled "Ruby, gold and malachite" further exemplifies how creativity can transcend time. Lastly, Walter Crane immortalizes Arthurian legend with his depiction of "Arthur Draws the Sword from the Stone" (1911), reminding us that heroes can emerge from unexpected places bearing names like 'Henry. ' Intriguing, influential, and diverse.