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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Club Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 150 pictures in our Club 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 Great Subscription Room at Brookss, St. Jamess Street, London, 1808, (1947) Featured Print

The Great Subscription Room at Brookss, St. Jamess Street, London, 1808, (1947)

The Great Subscription Room at Brooks's, St. James's Street, London, 1808, (1947). Interior of Brooks's gentlemen's club showing the segmental barrel vault ceiling. Gambling is in progress, with members playing roulette and games of cards. The club dates back to the 18th century. From "The Microcosm of London". [Rudolph Ackermann, London, 1808]. Published in "British Clubs", by Bernard Darwin. [Collins, London, 1947]

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A Conversation of Virtuosis...at the Kings Arms, 1735, (1947). Creator: Gawen Hamilton Featured Print

A Conversation of Virtuosis...at the Kings Arms, 1735, (1947). Creator: Gawen Hamilton

A Conversation of Virtuosis...at the Kings Arms, 1735, (1947). Group portrait of some of the leading British artists and architects of the 1730s who used to meet at the King's Arms in New Bond Street, London: engraver Bernard Baron, landscape gardener Charles Bridgeman, painter Michael Dahl, architect James Gibbs, painter Joseph Goupy, artist Gawen Hamilton (painter of the picture), painter Hans Hysing, architect William Kent, artist Matthew Robinson, sculptor John Michael Rysbrack, antiquary William Thomas, engraver George Vertue, painter John Wootton. Painting in the National Portrait Gallery, London. From "British Clubs", by Bernard Darwin. [Collins, London, 1947]

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Mr. Patterson and His Apparatus, 1900. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Mr. Patterson and His Apparatus, 1900. Creator: Unknown

Mr. Patterson and His Apparatus, 1900. Mr George W Patterson of Chicago was the first person to put on displays of juggling with electrically lit clubs, powered by a storage battery which he designed and built himself. The battery evoked much comment from eminent electricians...it weighs 35lb, has thirty-two volts normal, and a capacity of ten amperes at about twenty-five volts...To give a display, the room is darkened, and Mr. Patterson, taking his stand in front of the audience, turns on the current and swings the clubs with the most wonderful results. From "The Strand Magazine, an illustrated monthly", Volume XIX - January to June 1900, edited by George Newnes. [George Newnes Ltd, London, 1900]

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