‘tell’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Le chevet de Notre-Dame
Le chevet de Notre-Dame
Spartacus
Spartacus
Guillaume Tell
Guillaume Tell
La rue du Vieux-Colombier
La rue du Vieux-Colombier
William Tell fired his crossbow and the apple split in two
William Tell fired his crossbow and the apple split in two
Gustave Dore’s Don Quixote: "Now, lady," said Don Quixote, "let me entreat your greatness to tell me which way we must …"
Gustave Dore’s Don Quixote: "Now, lady," said Don Quixote, "let me entreat your greatness to tell me which way we must …"
William Tell
William Tell
Tropical Birds
Tropical Birds
The Ten Thousand Mile Motor Race
The Ten Thousand Mile Motor Race
Illustration for Antikamnia Calendar, 1900
Illustration for Antikamnia Calendar, 1900
William Tell
William Tell
L'ancienne rue de l'Ecole-de-Medecine au coin de la rue Larrey en 1866, a gauche, la maison de Marat
L'ancienne rue de l'Ecole-de-Medecine au coin de la rue Larrey en 1866, a gauche, la maison de Marat
L'ancien Opera de la rue Le Peletier
L'ancien Opera de la rue Le Peletier
Ulysses terrefied by the Ghosts
Ulysses terrefied by the Ghosts
The Pilgrim Fathers on board the Mayflower bound for America, 1620
The Pilgrim Fathers on board the Mayflower bound for America, 1620
William Tell, the Swiss patriot, jumping from a boat on Lake Lucerne
William Tell, the Swiss patriot, jumping from a boat on Lake Lucerne
William Tell shooting the apple off his son's head
William Tell shooting the apple off his son's head
A joyous Christmas-tide! – Christmas card.
A joyous Christmas-tide! – Christmas card.
Scene from the Opera of "Guillaume Tell," at Covent Garden Theatre
Scene from the Opera of "Guillaume Tell," at Covent Garden Theatre
In Shakespeare's play, Macbeth meets three witches
In Shakespeare's play, Macbeth meets three witches
The Dagda would take his harp and strike a few chords
The Dagda would take his harp and strike a few chords
William Tell shooting the apple off his son's head
William Tell shooting the apple off his son's head
Robespierre speaking on bahalf of the starving people of Paris
Robespierre speaking on bahalf of the starving people of Paris
"You can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man!"
"You can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man!"