This ClipArt gallery offers 194 illustrations related to the United Kingdom, including landmarks, scenic views, historic events, famous people, and scenes of everyday life.

"Saxon Architecture was the style of architecture in use in England from the time of its conversion till the Conquest. It is easily recognized by its massive columns and semicircular arches, which usually spring from capitals without the intervention of the entablature."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tower in Northamptonshire, England

"Saxon Architecture was the style of architecture in use in England from the time of its conversion…

"The Tower of Earl's Barton, Northamptonshire, is one of the best examples of a building in England which ranks as Saxon." — Chambers, 1881

Tower of Earl's Barton

"The Tower of Earl's Barton, Northamptonshire, is one of the best examples of a building in England…

The transept is the area set crosswise to the nave in a cruciform ("cross-shaped") building in Romanesque and Gothic Christian church architecture.

Transept of the Martyrdom

The transept is the area set crosswise to the nave in a cruciform ("cross-shaped") building in Romanesque…

The entrance to the Turkish Department at the Great Exhibition of 1851 shows a fabric-draped ceiling and glass cases containing exhibit items. Firearms are hanging on the right-hand wall. A sign reading "EGYPT" and another reading "TURKEY" are at the top of the entryway.

Crystal Palace Turkish Department

The entrance to the Turkish Department at the Great Exhibition of 1851 shows a fabric-draped ceiling…

This view of the United States Department at the Great Exhibition of 1851 depicts people viewing exhibits such as statues and a depiction of Native Americans their home. Men and women are sitting on risers on the second floor. A border along the right side names several states of the union. Several flags and an eagle act as a decoration on the top left side of the image.

United States Department in the Crystal Palace

This view of the United States Department at the Great Exhibition of 1851 depicts people viewing exhibits…

A British naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant and bestowed for "Conspicuous bravery or devotion" to the country in the presence of the enemy.

Victoria Cross

A British naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant and bestowed for "Conspicuous bravery…

Willian de Wessyngton was a forebear of George Washington, the first President of the United States. Though it was not from Washington, Sunderland, that George Washington's great-grandfather John Washington left for Virginia, but from Essex, Washington Old Hall was the family home of George Washington's ancestors, and the present structure does incorporate small parts of the medieval home in which they lived.

Washington Old Hall

Willian de Wessyngton was a forebear of George Washington, the first President of the United States.…

"The elevation of Westminster Hall." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Westminster Hall

"The elevation of Westminster Hall." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

"Next to the Tower and the Abbey, Westminster Hall, adjoining the House of Parliament, is the most historic building in London. The hall was begun by William Rufus in 1097, and was enlarged by his successors. Richard II in 1397 added the great oak roof, which has lasted to this day. Here were held the trials of Strafford and Charles I."—Webster, 1920

Interior of Westminster Hall

"Next to the Tower and the Abbey, Westminster Hall, adjoining the House of Parliament, is the most historic…

Westminster, London, the Star Chamber

Westminster, London, the Star Chamber

Westminster, London, the Star Chamber

The ruins of Whitby.

The Ruins of Whitby

The ruins of Whitby.

Whitehall is a road in Westminster in London, England. It is the main artery running north from Parliament Square, towards traditional Charing Cross, now at the southern end of Trafalgar Square and marked by the statue of Charles I, which is often regarded as the heart of London. Recognised as centre of HM Government, the road is lined with government departments/ministries; "Whitehall" is therefore also frequently used as a metonym for governmental administration, as well as being a geographic name for the surrounding district.

Whitehall in the Seventeenth Century

Whitehall is a road in Westminster in London, England. It is the main artery running north from Parliament…

Wollaton Hall is a country house standing on a small but prominent hill in Wollaton, Nottingham, England. Wollaton Park is the area of parkland that the stately house stands in. The house itself is a natural history museum, with other museums in the out-buildings. The surrounding land is regularly used for large scale outdoor events such as rock concerts and festivals."It is especially this vitiated taste in form and details which characterized the Elizabethan Renaissance [shown here]. The usual Roccoco Renaissance forms also occur in it, as, for instance, the quadrant-shaped gables curving alternately inwards and outwards, as also pilasters and columns intersected by quoins and bands; and various grotesque and debased forms. Enriched quoins are also freely used at angles and jambs."

Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall is a country house standing on a small but prominent hill in Wollaton, Nottingham, England.…

Yarmouth Pier, a painting by John Constable.

Yarmouth Pier

Yarmouth Pier, a painting by John Constable.