The Kings ClipArt gallery provides 190 portraits of various kings throughout history.

"William I." — Lardner, 1885

William I

"William I." — Lardner, 1885

The king of Prussia and emperor of Germany, born in Berlin, March 22, 1797; died March 9, 1888.

William I

The king of Prussia and emperor of Germany, born in Berlin, March 22, 1797; died March 9, 1888.

William I of England (1027 – 9 September 1087), better known as William the Conqueror, was Duke of Normandy from 1035 and King of England from 1066 to his death. To claim the English crown, William invaded England in 1066, leading an army of Normans to victory over the Anglo-Saxon forces of Harold Godwinson (who died in the conflict) at the Battle of Hastings, and suppressed subsequent English revolts in what has become known as the Norman Conquest. His reign, which brought Norman culture to England, had an enormous impact on the subsequent course of England in the Middle Ages. In addition to political changes, his reign also saw changes to English law, a programme of building and fortification, changes to the vocabulary of the English language, and the introduction of continental European feudalism into England.

William I of England

William I of England (1027 – 9 September 1087), better known as William the Conqueror, was Duke…

"William II" — Lardner, 1885

William II

"William II" — Lardner, 1885

The king of Prussia and emperor of Germany, eldest son of Emperor Frederick III. born in Berlin, Jan. 27, 1859.

William II

The king of Prussia and emperor of Germany, eldest son of Emperor Frederick III. born in Berlin, Jan.…

(1056-1100) King of England 1087-1100.

King William III (Rufus) of England

(1056-1100) King of England 1087-1100.

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

King William III of England

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

King William III of England

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

(  -1837) King of England

King William IV of England

( -1837) King of England

"William the Conqueror (1066-1087), as represented on his seal. Although William really ruled 'as king by the edge of the sword,' he preferred to base his title on the promise of Edward the Confessor rather than on force of arms; and he adhered to far as possible to Anglo-Saxon usages, causing himself to be crowned at Westminster and binding himself to frame good laws and observe justice, as his predecessors had done. In fact he professed to regard himself as the lawful successor of the Anglo-Saxon kings, and not merely as a feudal conqueror. He had great difficulty in making the people recognize him as such, but when this was once done, he was a far more powerful ruler as king of England than he was as Norman duke."—Colby, 1899

William the Conqueror

"William the Conqueror (1066-1087), as represented on his seal. Although William really ruled 'as king…