RM2BPB0Y6–Katherine Parr. Portrait of the sixth wife of King Henry VIII of England, Catherine Parr (1512-1548) by unknown artist, oil on panel, late 16th century
RMFFB7TM–CATHERINE PARR (1512-1548). /nSixth wife of King Henry VIII of England. Line and stipple engraving, 1829, after Hans Holbein the Younger.
RMGG2GRC–Andrée Parr French school Costume for 'Man and His Desire' by Paul Claudel. Music by Darius Milhaud 1921
RMF81K8A–Catherine Parr sixth queen of Henry VIII of England and, after she had been widowed, wife of Thomas Seymour - Engraving
RMF2B0K6–Jack Benny and Jack Parr pose with similar facial expressions, Dec. 2, 1959. Paar's career took a leap when Benny recommended Paar serve as his 1947 summer TV show replacement. (CSU 2015 9 1055)
RMDPPKTR–SAMUEL PARR - 2
RMFF88FH–CATHERINE PARR (1512-1548). /nSixth wife of King Henry VIII of England. Oil on panel, c1545, by an unknown artist.
RMEBR3FF–ActiveMuseum 0003622.jpg / Catherine Parr, the sixth and last wife of Henry VIII, 1545 - Attribue a Master John 22/01/2014 - / 16th century Collection / Active Museum
RMMC6EX0–STRANGE PHENOMENA - THOMAS PARR - LONGEVITY Woodcut portrait of Thomas Parr of Alberbury (Shropshire) at the age of 152 years.
RMBF7W7D–King Henry VIII with his sixth wife, Catherine Parr.
RMD2X373–British photographer Martin Parr working at The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 2011
RMD98946–Catherine Parr (1512-1548). Sixth and last wife of Henry VIII. Anonymous portrait c1545 .
RM2BF0G07–Antique 1829 engraving, Catherine Parr. Catherine Parr (1512-1548), was queen consort of England and Ireland (1543–47) as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII, and the final queen consort of the House of Tudor. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING
RMEG41MC–Katherine Parr, sixth queen of King Henry VIII of England.
RMG6TDHN–Great Britain's Matthew Parr during the Men Short Program figure skating at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
RM2BKKND5–The taking of the Princessa a Spanish Man of War, April 8, 1740 by His Majesties Ships the Lenox, Kent, and Oxford - Nathaniel Parr, circa 1740
RM2BPB0YF–Katherine Parr. Portrait of the sixth wife of King Henry VIII of England, attributed to Master John c.1545
RMRKBY4R–Grilse, Smolt and Parr, 1887. Chromolithograph from Francis Day's 'British and Irish Salmonidoe', 1887.
RMGG2GRB–Andrée Parr French school Costume for 'Man and His Desire' by Paul Claudel. Music by Darius Milhaud 1921
RMF2B0K5–RECALL REAGAN Activist Nancy L. Parr holds a petition seeking the recall of Gov. Ronald Reagan. July 10, 1967. She thinks Gov. Reagan is 'inept and incompetent,' and that he is riding roughshod over the desires of both legislature and the voters in California. (CSU 2015 9 1056)
RMDPW7F0–SAMUEL PARR - 1
RMFFAH59–CATHERINE PARR (1512-1548). /nSixth wife of King Henry VIII of England. Line and stipple engraving, 1829, after Hans Holbein the younger.
RMEJXMNM–Katherine Parr, sixth queen of King Henry VIII of England.
RMG6T024–Winter Olympics - Team GB Figure Skating Photocall - Dundee Ice Arena. Team's GB Matthew Parr during a photocall at the Dundee Ice Arena, Dundee.
RM2BKKND7–The taking of the Princessa a Spanish Man of War, April 8, 1740 by His Majesties Ships the Lenox, Kent, and Oxford - Nathaniel Parr, circa 1740
RMCRME5G–A Parr welcomed to the Leipzig Hauptbahnhof
RM2D9PRXG–Katherine Parr (1512-1548). The sixth and last wife of Henry VIII. Portrait attributed to Master John. Oil on panel (180,3 x 94 cm), c. 1545. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMHTMGX6–Catherine Parr (1512-1548). Sixth and last wife of Henry VIII. Anonymous portrait c1545 .
RMDR2X8E–Portrait of Queen Catherine Parr - Britsh engraving
RMK29MHP–Henry VIII seated with Catherine Parr
RMG385MR–Catherine Parr with an aged King Henry VIII - British Royalty Date: 1543
RMBMR38Y–tug boats W H Parr and Huria Matenga in Port Nelson, New Zealand
RMWW3CDM–Martin Parr photographer ( sitting ) at the Martin Parr Foundation MPF gallery Bristol. Exhibition work by Marketa Luskacova 2010s 2019 HOMER SYKES
RMMCT4GK–Catherine Parr, also spelled Katherine, Katheryn or Katharine, 1512 - 1548. Queen of England and of Ireland (1543–47) as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum, published 1847.
RF2DCBA1C–Thomas Parr (c. 1482/1483 (reputedly) – 13 November 1635) was an Englishman who was said to have lived for 152 years. He is often referred to as Old Parr or Old Tom Parr. A portrait of Parr hangs at Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, with an inscription which reads 'Thomas Parr died at the age of 152 years 9 months' 'The old old very old man or Thomas Parr, son of John Parr of Winington in the Parish of Alberbury who was borne in the year 1483 in Rayne of King Edward IV being 152 years old in the year 1635.' The portrait was once in the collection of the Leighton family of Loton Park, which
RMD95RK0–Catherine Parr (1512-1548) sixth queen of Henry VIII of England (1543-1547) and, after she had been widowed, wife of Thomas Seymour. Engraving after portrait by Holbein.
RMG3PDD3–Catherine Parr, 1512-1548, Queen of England and of Ireland, the last wive of King Henry VIII
RMA4J7AH–'Old Parr', 17th century, (1912).Artist: Peter Paul Rubens
RF2H75WDP–Queen Catherine Parr attributed to Guillaume Scrots,
RMKHR8JT–William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton, 1st Earl of Essex and 1st Baron Parr (1513-1571), English courtier. Brother of Catherine Parr, 6th wife of Henry VIII. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Francis Bartolozzi after Hans Holbein from Facsimiles of Original Drawings by Hans Holbein, Hamilton, Adams, London, 1884.
RMG6T02D–Winter Olympics - Team GB Figure Skating Photocall - Dundee Ice Arena. Team's GB Jenna McCorkell and Matthew Parr during a photocall at the Dundee Ice Arena, Dundee.
RMAG24R6–Catherine Parr, circa 1512 - 7.9.1548, queen consort of England 12.7.1543 - 28.1.1548, full length, engraving by August Weger, Leipzig circa 1870, 6th wife of Henry VIII, Tudor, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMG1YGN4–Catherine Parr was Queen of England and the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII. The final queen consort of the House of Tudor. She married him on 12 July 1543,
RM2EA2E0C–GREAT BRITAIN /London / Bombas and Paar/ Curators of spectacular culinary events, Sam Bompas and Harry Parr.
RF2CFY13J–David Parr House and Visitor Centre Cambridge - the house, owned by David Parr, an Artist Decorator from 1886 to 1927 is extensively hand decorated.
RMA38BN1–Tomb of Katherine Parr in Sudeley Castle Chapel near the Cotswold town of Winchcombe, Gloucestershire
RMMPCKG5–Catherine Parr, Queen consort of England as the last wife of Henry VIII
RMAY2W53–Aged Henry Viii Parr
RMKC9H96–A Concert, Attributed to Daughters of Bishop Parr, 19th century
RMRBDDTA–Thomas Parr, born in Shropshire, England, reputedly in 1483 and known to have died in 1635. If so, he would have been 152 years old. Also known as Old Tom Parr and Old Parr. After a 17th century print by Cornelis van Dalen.
RM2HMYDD6–Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr in its natal river, UK.
RMMR3AM6–Portrait of Old Tom Parr (1483-1635) an Englishman who was said to have lived for 152 years. Dated 19th century
RMFY8HY7–Henry VIII, 1491-1547, King of England and Catherine Parr, 1512-1548, his last wive
RMA4J6HG–Catherine Parr, Queen Consort of Henry VIII, (1823).Artist: S Freeman
RF2H75WCX–Catherine Parr - Queen Consort of England and Ireland by unknown artist
RMCBPWD7–Portrait of Catherine Parr (1512-1548) Queen Consort of England. Sixth & Last Wife of King Henry VIII of England. Vintage Illustration or Engraving
RMG4FY7Y–Soccer - npower Football League Championship - Crystal Palace v Burnley - Selhurst Park. Burnley's Ross Wallace gets between Crystal Palace's Jonathan Parr (right) and David Wright (left)
RMAG26N8–Catherine Parr, circa 1512 - 7.9.1548, queen consort of England 12.7.1543 - 28.1.1548, portrait, engraving by Vermeulen after painting by Adrian van der Werff (1659 - 1722), 6th wife of Henry VIII, Tudor, 16th century, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMHHW5PK–In 1546, the Bishop of Winchester and Lord Wriothesley tried to turn King Henry VIII (1491 – 1547) against Catherine Parr(1512 - 1548). An arrest warrant was drawn up for her but she saw the warrant and managed to reconcile with the King after vowing that she had only argued about religion with him to take his mind off the suffering caused by his ulcerous leg.The following day an armed guard who was unaware of the reconciliation tried to arrest her while she walked with the King.
RM2EA2DKX–GREAT BRITAIN /London / Bombas and Paar/ Curators of spectacular culinary events, Sam Bompas and Harry Parr.
RF2AE829A–David Parr House Cambridge - the house was owned by David Parr, an Artist Decorator from 1886 to 1927, creating an incredible hand decorated interior.
RMCPDRE0–The tomb of Katherine Parr (1512 - 1548) in Sudeley Castle Chapel near the Cotswold town of Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.
RFC8PM73–Hart-Parr Model 18-36 Tractor
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