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Choose from 653 pictures in our Landscapes collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The new world revealed to Islam in 1513. The map of the Atlantic, work of Admiral Featured Landscapes Print

The new world revealed to Islam in 1513. The map of the Atlantic, work of Admiral

The new world revealed to Islam in 1513. The map of the Atlantic, work of Admiral Piri Reis, the celebrated Turkish cartographer. The map has recently been the subject of controversy and now shown to have been drawn some ten years only after Columbus's discovery

© TopFoto.co.uk

16th Century, Admiral Reis, Boat, Cartograph, Cartographer, Cartography, Chart, Map, Maritime Chart, Maritime Diagram, Ottoman, Sea Chart, Ship, Turk

Conch Shell on Tropical Island Beach The conch shell is said to be the musical Featured Landscapes Print

Conch Shell on Tropical Island Beach The conch shell is said to be the musical

Conch Shell on Tropical Island Beach
The conch shell is said to be the musical instrument of mermaids and mermen

© Charles Walker / TopFoto.co.uk

Beach, Beauty, Calm, Caribbean, Evening, Islands, Natural Beauty, Ocean, Palm Trees, Paradise, Peace, Seashell, Sky, Tranquil, Tropical Islands, Tropics, Water

MAZES - HADSTOCK Photograph of the maze on the gravestone of the artist, Michael Aryton Featured Landscapes Print

MAZES - HADSTOCK Photograph of the maze on the gravestone of the artist, Michael Aryton

MAZES - HADSTOCK
Photograph of the maze on the gravestone of the artist, Michael Aryton (who died in 1975), in the burial g rounds of St. Botolph's church, Hadstock. This maze, with raised walls, is constructed in copper. It design recalls Aryton's interest in the story of Daedalus, the Athenian craftsman who is supposed to have designed the maze in Crete, wherein the terrible man-bull (the Minotaur) was imprisoned. Daedalus is famed for the wings he constructed, from feathers and wax, to enable him and his son, Icarus, to escape from the island of Crete. Since the Aryton maze is designed to resemble the shape of a butterfly's wing, it is reasonable to assume that it was intended to recall this idea of flight. A colour image of the Hadstock maze is in the Charles Walker archives

© Charles Walker / Topfoto