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The members of the London Rowing Club commissioned a painting around 1860’s depicting the first officers and other leading oarsmen. This was paid for by also commissioning a print of the painting at the same time and selling off the copies. The original painting was lost in WWII but as a 150th anniversary project in 2006 a replica painting was produced and now hangs in the clubhouse.
Image size: 24 ½ inches wide by 12 ¼ inches high.
The London Rowing Club (LRC) is one of the oldest rowing clubs on the River Thames and was founded in 1856 at the instigation of Herbert Playford, A Casamajor and Josias Nottidge. The club was formed to promote rowing on the Thames and to win Medals at Henley Royal Regatta. One of the most famous of former members is Graham Hill, the Formula One racing driver, who incorporated the club colours in his helmet design.
|Height||12.25 inch||(31.11 cm)|
|Width||24.50 inch||(62.23 cm)|
|External Height||22.50 inch||(57.15 cm)|
|External Width||32.50 inch||(82.55 cm)|
Manfred Schotten Antiques
109 High Street