Execution of Lady Jane Grey.

Dublin Core

Title

Execution of Lady Jane Grey.

Subject

Tower of London
Lady Jane Grey
Paul de la Roche
Tower Green
London, England

Description

1 Postcard recto and verso.

Lady Jane Grey awaiting her execution in the Tower of London.

Creator

Paul de la Roche.

Source

Originally painted by Paul de la Roche, the image is from a painting at the Tate Gallery of the same name.

Publisher

Gale & Polden Ltd.

Date

Published 1900-1910.

Format

JPEG

Language

en

Type

picture postcard with undivided back, 3.5 x 5.5 in.

Identifier

lp_exec_verso.jpg

Abstract

Inscription on verso:
Lady Jane Grey entered the Tower of London as Queen on July 9th, 1553. Nine days later she was made a prisoner, and on February 12th, 1554, her fair head feel from the block on Tower Green.

References

For more information on the Tower of London, see http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/.

Provenance

Original Collection passed from Gertrude Kinnear to her sister Luree Jobe to her daughter Eleanor Jobe, who left it to her niece Elizabeth A. Mealy who left it to her granddaughter Caitlin Mealy.

Rights Holder

For rights and permissions, please contact Caitlin Mealy, catydids515@gmail.com.

Publisher Location Item Type Metadata

Location

London, England

Files

lp_exec_recto.jpg
lp_exec_verso.jpg

Citation

Paul de la Roche., “Execution of Lady Jane Grey.,” Omeka 389, accessed August 17, 2019, https://omeka.lib.jmu.edu/389/items/show/586.