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Triumphal Collection

"Triumphal: A Celebration of Great Victories and Grandeur" Step into history as we explore the triumphs that have shaped our world

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, 1814-1815, (1944). Creator: Thomas Lawrence

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, 1814-1815, (1944). Creator: Thomas Lawrence
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, 1814-1815, (1944). Portrait of Anglo-Irish soldier and future British prime minister Arthur Wellesley

Background imageTriumphal Collection: General view of The Forum, Rome, Italy

General view of The Forum, Rome, Italy
General view of the Roman Forum, or Forum Romanum, in Rome, Italy. In the middle distance is the triumphal Arch of Septimius Severus, in white marble

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Music / Opera / Verdi / Aida

Music / Opera / Verdi / Aida
AIDA Act II, Scene II: the triumphal return of Radames

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem (chromolitho)

The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem (chromolitho)
972104 The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem)

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Berlin, Germany - Brandenburg Gate in the late evening light

Berlin, Germany - Brandenburg Gate in the late evening light, casting the form into sharp silhuette relief against the last light of the day. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Pompeii / Arch of Augustus

Pompeii / Arch of Augustus
Pompeii Yesterday and Today. The Triumphal Arch of Augustus

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Scipio Africanus - 2

Scipio Africanus - 2
After his successes against the Carthaginians, Publius Cornelius Scipio is awarded a massive triumphal procession; he is henceforth known as Scipio Africanus

Background imageTriumphal Collection: St. Marks Square, Venice, Italy - The Horses of St. Mark

St. Marks Square, Venice, Italy - The Horses of St. Mark
The Horses of Saint Mark (the Triumphal Quadriga) - a set of Roman bronze statues of four horses, originally part of a monument depicting a quadriga (a four-horse carriage used for chariot racing)

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy

Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy
Roman Art. Arch of Titus. Erected in the year 81 to commemorate the conquest of Titus against the Jews. It features carved scenes of the conquest and subsequent destruction of Jerusalem (AD 70)

Background imageTriumphal Collection: View of the Column of Marcus Aurelius in the Piazza Colonna, from the Views

View of the Column of Marcus Aurelius in the Piazza Colonna, from the Views
XJF497227 View of the Column of Marcus Aurelius in the Piazza Colonna, from the Views of Rome series, c.1760 (etching) by Piranesi

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, 18 January 1871, (1936). Creator: Unknown

The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, 18 January 1871, (1936). Creator: Unknown
The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles, 18 January 1871, (1936). Kaiserproklamation in Versailles, 18 Januar 1871

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Cobblers - Arch of Galerius

Thessaloniki, Greece - Cobblers - Arch of Galerius
Thessaloniki, Greece - Cobblers working beneath the 4th century Triumphal Arch of Galerius (part of the Rotunda Complex). Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece, artillery piece under Arch of Galerius

Thessaloniki, Greece, artillery piece under Arch of Galerius
WW1 - Thessaloniki, Greece - an artillery piece is transported by two horses beneath the 4th century Triumphal Arch of Galerius, part of the Rotunda Complex. Date: 1918

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Wellington Arch, Constitution Hill, London

Wellington Arch, Constitution Hill, London
View of the Wellington Arch, Constitution Hill, London, a triumphal arch to the south of Hyde Park, designed by Decimus Burton and built between 1826 and 1830

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Arch, Prospect Park, New York

Arch, Prospect Park, New York. Triumphal arch at Grand Army Plaza at the entrance to Prospect Park, Brooklyn

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Jack Cades Rebellion

Jack Cades Rebellion
Jack Cade, an Irish-born rebel against Henry VI, declares himself lord of the City of London

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The triumphal entry of the Duke of Wellington into Madrid in

The triumphal entry of the Duke of Wellington into Madrid in 1812. Engraving based on the painting by W.Hilton from 1825. Engraving

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Archangel Michael overthrowing Lucifer, 1656. Creator: Francesco Maffei

The Archangel Michael overthrowing Lucifer, 1656. Creator: Francesco Maffei
The Archangel Michael overthrowing Lucifer, 1656

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Horse Race, 1817. Creator: Theodore Gericault

Horse Race, 1817. Creator: Theodore Gericault
Horse Race, 1817. The present study depicts an animated winning horse, its flanks covered by a green and gold cloth tied with its girth

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Apotheosis of Hercules, 1765. Creator: Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo

The Apotheosis of Hercules, 1765. Creator: Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
The Apotheosis of Hercules, 1765. The Apotheosis of Hercules, along with other similar scenes of figures elevated into the heavens, was a commonly depicted subject in Baroque art

Background imageTriumphal Collection: St. Michael expelling Lucifer and the Rebel Angels, 1622. Creator: Workshop of Peter Paul Rubens

St. Michael expelling Lucifer and the Rebel Angels, 1622. Creator: Workshop of Peter Paul Rubens
St. Michael expelling Lucifer and the Rebel Angels, 1622. A subject that found new life during the Counter-Reformation and was used in the 17th century to symbolise the triumph of the Catholic Church

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Bas-relief of the South panel 'The Spoils of War', showing the triumphal procession

Bas-relief of the South panel "The Spoils of War", showing the triumphal procession, on the Arch of Titus
2963164 Bas-relief of the South panel "The Spoils of War", showing the triumphal procession, on the Arch of Titus, Via Sacra, Roman Forum, Rome, Italy. From Italian Pictures by Rev

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Mexican-American War 1846-1848: General Winfield Scott, commander of the US Army of the North

Mexican-American War 1846-1848: General Winfield Scott, commander of the US Army of the North
528547 Mexican-American War 1846-1848: General Winfield Scott, commander of the US Army of the North, making a triumphal entry into Mexico City on a white charger, 14 September 1847. Print c1848

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Triumphal march of the elf king. The elf king needs four pages to support his beard and hair

Triumphal march of the elf king. The elf king needs four pages to support his beard and hair
FLO4614906 Triumphal march of the elf king. The elf king needs four pages to support his beard and hair, and is followed by a train of trolls, kobolds, nixies, pixies, wood-sprites

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Opening of the Boulevard du Prince Eugène at Paris, by the Emperor, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Opening of the Boulevard du Prince Eugène at Paris, by the Emperor, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Opening of the Boulevard du Prince Eugene at Paris, by the Emperor, 1862....the whole length of the via nova was ornamented with Venetian masts bearing very light-coloured silk banners

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Irkutsk Triumphal Gate on the banks of the Angara, built in 1811, 1900-1904. Creator: Unknown

Irkutsk Triumphal Gate on the banks of the Angara, built in 1811, 1900-1904. Creator: Unknown
Irkutsk Triumphal Gate on the banks of the Angara, built in 1811, 1900-1904. National Library of Russia

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Irkutsk Triumphal Gate, 1904-1917. Creator: Unknown

Irkutsk Triumphal Gate, 1904-1917. Creator: Unknown
Irkutsk Triumphal Gate, 1904-1917. National Library of Russia

Background imageTriumphal Collection: France, Paris, Arc de Triomphe

France, Paris, Arc de Triomphe. Pedistrian footpath on the Champs Elysees looking towards the Arc de Triomphe at dusk

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Triumphal chariot for Santa Rosalia, 1778. Creator: Louis Ducros

Triumphal chariot for Santa Rosalia, 1778. Creator: Louis Ducros
Triumphal chariot for Santa Rosalia, 1778. Possibly a procession in Palermo for the saint's feast day on on 15 July. Drawing from the album Voyage to Italy, Sicily and Malta

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Triumph of the Moon, 16th century. Creator: Hieronymus Hopfer

Triumph of the Moon, 16th century. Creator: Hieronymus Hopfer
Triumph of the Moon, 16th century

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Allegory of the Triumphal Procession of the Prince of Orange, the Future King Willem II

Allegory of the Triumphal Procession of the Prince of Orange, the Future King Willem II, as the Hero of Waterloo, 1815, 1815

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Revolution in Naples - street scene in Naples the day after the arrival of Garibaldi... 1860

The Revolution in Naples - street scene in Naples the day after the arrival of Garibaldi... 1860. Creator: W Thomas
The Revolution in Naples - street scene in Naples the day after the arrival of Garibaldi - from a sketch by T. Nast, 1860

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Triumph of Paulus Emilius, between circa 1812 and circa 1813. Creator: Felice Giani

The Triumph of Paulus Emilius, between circa 1812 and circa 1813. Creator: Felice Giani
The Triumph of Paulus Emilius, between circa 1812 and circa 1813

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Triumph of Bacchus, 1543. Creator: Enea Vico

Triumph of Bacchus, 1543. Creator: Enea Vico
Triumph of Bacchus, 1543

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Le Triomphe de Voltaire, 1778/79. Creator: A. Duplessis

Le Triomphe de Voltaire, 1778/79. Creator: A. Duplessis
Le Triomphe de Voltaire, 1778/79

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Triumphant Cupid among Emblems of Art and War, 17th century. Creators: Thomas Willeboirts

Triumphant Cupid among Emblems of Art and War, 17th century. Creators: Thomas Willeboirts, Paul de Vos
Triumphant Cupid among Emblems of Art and War, 17th century

Background imageTriumphal Collection: Medal of Victoria, Grand Duchess of Tuscany: Triumph of Venus with a Pearl (image 1 of 2), 1683

Medal of Victoria, Grand Duchess of Tuscany: Triumph of Venus with a Pearl (image 1 of 2), 1683

Background imageTriumphal Collection: A Roman Triumphal Parade, 1641. Creator: Simon Peter Tilemann

A Roman Triumphal Parade, 1641. Creator: Simon Peter Tilemann
A Roman Triumphal Parade, 1641

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Triumph of Galathea, 1659-1717. Creators: Nicolas Colombel, Francesco Albani

The Triumph of Galathea, 1659-1717. Creators: Nicolas Colombel, Francesco Albani
The Triumph of Galathea, 1659-1717. Attributed to Nicolas Colombel (1644-1717) and earlier ascribed to Francesco Albani (1578-1660)

Background imageTriumphal Collection: So you, German, Triumph!, c. 1814. Creator: Marie Electrine Stuntz

So you, German, Triumph!, c. 1814. Creator: Marie Electrine Stuntz
So you, German, Triumph!, c. 1814

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Commemoration at Portsmouth - Triumphal Monument on Southsea Common, 1856

The Peace Commemoration at Portsmouth - Triumphal Monument on Southsea Common, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Commemoration at Portsmouth - Triumphal Monument on Southsea Common, 1856. Celebrating the end of the Crimean War in Hampshire

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illumination: Strand, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illumination: Strand, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illumination: Strand, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War - offices of the Illustrated London News on the left....the old gentlemen of England determined to make

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illumination - Right Hon. Lord Panmure's (Minister-at-War), Belgrave-Square, 1856

The Peace Illumination - Right Hon. Lord Panmure's (Minister-at-War), Belgrave-Square, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illumination - Right Hon. Lord Panmure's (Minister-at-War), Belgrave-Square, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illumination: the French Embassy, Albert-Gate, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illumination: the French Embassy, Albert-Gate, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illumination: the French Embassy, Albert-Gate, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War. In a fit of old-boyish excitement...the old gentlemen of England determined to

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illuminations - The National Gallery, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illuminations - The National Gallery, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illuminations - The National Gallery, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War. It was necessary that the people should share, or appear to share

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illuminations -The Green Park, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illuminations -The Green Park, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illuminations -The Green Park, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War. In a fit of old-boyish excitement...the old gentlemen of England determined to make the people

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene - drawn by George Thomas, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene - drawn by George Thomas, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene - drawn by George Thomas, 1856. Londoners celebrate the end of the Crimean War. It was necessary that the people should share, or appear to share

Background imageTriumphal Collection: The Peace Illuminations - The East India House, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Peace Illuminations - The East India House, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Peace Illuminations - The East India House, 1856. London celebrations to mark the end of the Crimean War. In a fit of old-boyish excitement...the old gentlemen of England determined to make



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"Triumphal: A Celebration of Great Victories and Grandeur" Step into history as we explore the triumphs that have shaped our world. From the iconic figure of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, whose strategic brilliance led to victory in 1814-1815, to the breathtaking General view of The Forum in Rome, Italy - a testament to ancient Roman power. Marvel at the majestic Arch of Augustus in Pompeii, standing tall as a reminder of past glories. Discover Scipio Africanus - a legendary military leader who achieved triumph after triumph on the battlefield. Immerse yourself in Verdi's timeless opera "Aida, " where music becomes an instrument for triumphant storytelling. Witness The Proclamation of the German Empire at Versailles in 1871 - a pivotal moment that forever changed European history. Travel back to ancient Rome with a glimpse at the magnificent Arch of Titus and experience awe-inspiring views from the Column of Marcus Aurelius in Piazza Colonna. Stroll through St. Mark's Square in Venice, where The Horses of St. Mark stand proudly as symbols of conquest and prestige. In Thessaloniki, Greece, witness cobblers working under the watchful gaze of Galerius' Arch - an architectural marvel celebrating victory over enemies long gone. And don't forget Constitution Hill's Wellington Arch in London; its grandeur pays homage to one man's triumphs on both military and political fronts. Finally, be moved by Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem depicted vividly through chromolitho artistry – an eternal symbol reminding us that even amidst adversity, there is hope for ultimate victory. Join us on this journey through time and space as we celebrate moments when human spirit soared high above challenges – Triumphal: Where greatness echoes throughout history.