To see of our specialist collection of palace interiors, please click the link below
William Henry Pyne – Palace Interiors
This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of London – Palaces, Parliament and Civil Service. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
To return to main page London, please click London
‘Babble, Birth and Brummagem’. Treasury Bench. William Gladstone, Duke of Devonshire and Joseph Chamberlain.
Tower of London: The Tower from the Thames and Tower Green with ten vignettes.
View of the palace of Whitehall from the Thames. Based on a view prior to the fire of 1698.
St. James’s Palace: Ambassadors’ Courtyard in 1875.
Double panorama of the palace and its banqueting hall before the fire of 1698.
Westminster taken from Millbank: John Hall after George Arnald.
Hampton Court Palace: View over Fountain Court.
Tower of London: View from the Thames. With decorative border.
PAIR Upper and Lower House of England: William III presides in the House Commons, with a smaller sketch of the House of Lords above.
‘Purse, Pussy, Piety and Prevarication’. Lords Northbrook, Granville, Selborne and Salisbury: First Lord of the Admiralty, Foreign Secretary, Lord Chancellor and the future Prime Minister.
Taking a Division in the House of Commons. The Tellers at the Table.
Back to Politics. The Autumn Campaign. After the satirist David Wilson.
‘Birth, Behaviour & Business’ Her Majesty’s Opposition. Duke of Rutland, Sir SH Northcote and Sir RA Cross.
PAIR Reception of HRH the Prince of Orange on entering London: Shown with a pre-Great Fire of 1666 skyline.
Lobby of the House. With key to principal figures.
With Victoria Tower and Big Ben under construction following the fire of 1834 which destroyed most of the Old Palace of Westminster.
The Gothic dining room.
Board of Trade, Whitehall from Downing Street. Showing Sir John Soane’s offices, the Banqueting House and the spire of St Martin in the Fields.
The Lower Vestible. The original Henry Holland design has been recently altered, and the original wall replaced with scagliola corinthian columns.
The Queen returning. Caroline of Brunswick was never crowned Queen as George IV, unsuccessful in divorcing her, barred her from the coronation.
Houses of Parliament: View from the Thames with a lady holding a caduceus.
Admiralty and War Department.
Westminster Hall: View of the main entrance.
Kensington Palace: The Queen’s Closet.
King’s Presence Chamber.
Gallery of the Staircase. The gallery circumscribes the staircase on the chamber floor, with marble busts and Termini lamps.
At the Bar. Members of the House of Lords and the public are not allowed beyond the bar when the House is sitting.
Hampton Court Cartoon Gallery.
King’s Great Drawing Room.
View of Victoria Gardens towards Victoria Tower.
Panoramic view from the Thames. After Joseph Farington.
North-west view. Designed by Inigo Jones, the Palace was the residence of the monarch from 1530 until 1698 when all but the Banqueting House was destroyed by fire.
The Throne Room.
View of the New Home and Colonial Offices, Parliament Street.
Golden Drawing Room, an alcove.
With Ecclesiastical Government of Oxford and Cambridge.
(Elizabeth Tower). View of the new clock tower and Houses of Parliament following the fire of 1834.
Tea on the Terrace.
Mr. Pitt addressing the House in 1793.
St James’s Palace Guard Chamber.
Portrait of the Independent Liberal candidate.
Westminster Hall: St. Stephen’s Chapel and Speaker’s House from Westminster Bridge.
Queen Mary’s Bed Chamber.
Set of six. Prince of Wales (Charles II), Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Arundel, a Marquis, a Viscount and a Knight of the Garter.
Golden Drawing Room.
Hampton Court Palace: From the Thames.
Interior of the Peers’ Lobby after the 1834 fire.
Horse and Foot Guards East Facade. Destroyed in the fire of 1698 and replaced by Royal Horseguards.
Hustings outside St Paul’s Covent Garden. The 1808 election saw Sir Francis Burdett put forward as a candidate without his knowledge and then pursued for electioneering costs.
View of the interior with the Commons and King George II in attendance.
Westminster: View over the Parliamentary estate.
Treasury Buildings: From Horse Guards towards Westminster.
Buckingham Palace from St James’s Park. Showing the south walls of Buckingham Palace and Marble Arch.
The Internal quadrangle
Old Palace Yard.
The Old Bed Chamber hung with tapestries.
Dining room with Ionic columns looking towards the west end conservatory.
West Ante Room.
The King’s Gate.
King’s Writing Closet with a painting by Bougdane over the chimney piece and a mirror reflecting other chambers.
View from across Horse Guards. Ministry of Defence
St James’s Palace: Aerial view of the palace and park.
Westminster from the roof of Whitehall in 1807.
Whitehall: Prospect from the Park of St James’s. After Johannes Kip.
The Admiral’s Gallery.
Formerly of the Palace of Whitehall, the Ministry of Defence is headquartered here.
With Westminster Hall and Abbey.
St.James’s Palace from Cleveland Row.
Sketch showing the preparation for the coronation King George V and Queen Mary. After the satirist David Wilson.