The Young Princes in the Tower, 1831 (1910). Artist: Paul de la Roche
The Young Princes in the Tower', 1831. Edward V (1470-1483) and his younger brother Richard, Duke of York (1473-1483), the Princes in the Tower. Edward succeeded his father, Edward IV, as King in April 1483. He was deposed in June and was succeeded by his uncle, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who ruled as Richard III. The two young princes were subsequently imprisoned and murdered in the Tower of London. After a painting by Hippolyte De La Roche (1797-1856), commonly known as Paul Delaroche. From the Connoisseur VOL. XXVII, 1910. (Photo by The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images)
PURCHASE A LICENSE
How can I use this image?
Please note: images depicting historical events may contain themes, or have descriptions, that do not reflect current understanding. They are provided in a historical context. Learn more.
Contact your local office for all commercial or promotional uses.
Print Collector / Contributor
January 01, 1910
Not released. More information
Max file size:
5344 x 4296 px (8.91 x 7.16 in) - 600 dpi - 7 MB