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The Boat Race is an annual rowing race between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge in London, England and has been held since 1829

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Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Wettest Derby on Record by The Tout, 1927

The Wettest Derby on Record by The Tout, 1927
The Wettest Derby on record in 1927 with numerous well-known personalities of the turf coping with the flooded course with the help of umbrellas and rowing boats. Includes the jockey M

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Cambridge University rowing crew prepare for a training session on the River Thames

The Cambridge University rowing crew prepare for a training session on the River Thames in west London March 24, 2011. The rowing crews from Oxford and Cambridge will compete in the 152nd Boat Race

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Lord Desborough with remaining son, Ivo Grenfell

Lord Desborough with remaining son, Ivo Grenfell
William Henry Grenfell, Lord Desborough (1855-1945), pictured at his home, Taplow court near Maidenhead with his remaining son, the Hon. Ivo Grenfell, and his daughter, the Hon. Imogen Grenfell

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Oxford Oarsmen

Oxford Oarsmen
March 1908: The Oxford University rowing crew seen from Hammersmith Bridge during the Varsity Boat Race against Cambridge on the River Thames, London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: A Regatta on the Grand Canal, c. 1735 (oil on canvas)

A Regatta on the Grand Canal, c. 1735 (oil on canvas)
BAL122610 A Regatta on the Grand Canal, c.1735 (oil on canvas) by Canaletto, Antonio (1697-1768) (studio of); 117.2x186.7 cm; National Gallery, London, UK; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Henley Regatta, c1896. Artist: Marsh Brothers

Henley Regatta, c1896. Artist: Marsh Brothers
Henley Regatta, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1957. Pictured at the start of the race

The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1957. Pictured at the start of the race at Putney Bridge. The race was held from the starting point at Putney Bridge on The River Thames in London

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: April 1908 Suffragettes launch boat at Putney Bridge London with notices announcing

April 1908 Suffragettes launch boat at Putney Bridge London with notices announcing upcoming Votes For Women Meeting in Hyde Park London on Sunday June 21st - on Boat Race Day - Suffragette Mrs

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Cambridge Crew, The Boat Race, outdoor sporting portrait

Cambridge Crew, The Boat Race, outdoor sporting portrait of 9, with 4 seated, in caps and blazers. Captioned with names, Ws Adie, H A Game, F C Stewart, T J G Duncanson, D A Wauchope (stroke)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Oxford Crew, The Boat Race, outdoor sporting portrait

Oxford Crew, The Boat Race, outdoor sporting portrait of 9, with 4 seated, in caps and blazers. Captioned with names, C D Burnell, C K Philips, W B Stewart, T H E Stretch, W E Crum, M C Pilkington

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Victorian London - Barnes Bridge

Victorian London - Barnes Bridge
Vintage engraving showing a scene from 19th Century London England. A large crowd of people gather to watch the boat race on the Thames some on the beams under Barnes Bridge

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Universities Boat-Race, the Oxford Crew (engraving)

The Universities Boat-Race, the Oxford Crew (engraving)
1105985 The Universities Boat-Race, the Oxford Crew (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Universities Boat-Race, the Oxford Crew)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Spectators watching the Boat Race from barges on the Thames (b / w photo)

Spectators watching the Boat Race from barges on the Thames (b / w photo)
3637440 Spectators watching the Boat Race from barges on the Thames (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956. The race was held from the starting

The Boat Race, Cambridge v Oxford. 1956. The race was held from the starting point at Putney Bridge on The River Thames in London

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: A race of six lifeboats at Mounts Bay, Penzance, Cornwall. Date: 1867

A race of six lifeboats at Mounts Bay, Penzance, Cornwall. Date: 1867

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Twice a year bump races take place on the Thames at Oxford, c1948. Creator: Unknown

Twice a year bump races take place on the Thames at Oxford, c1948. Creator: Unknown
Twice a year " bump" races take place on the Thames at Oxford, c1948. From " Newnes Pictorial Knowledge Volume 3". [George Newnes Limited, London]

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Oxford verses Cambridge Boat Race, on The River Thames, London

Oxford verses Cambridge Boat Race, on The River Thames, London, 23rd March 1963 The 109th Boat Race took place on 23 March 1963

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Bird s-eye view of the Oxford and Cambridge boat-race course

Bird s-eye view of the Oxford and Cambridge boat-race course Date: 1875

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Blind soldiers regatta at Putney, WW1

Blind soldiers regatta at Putney, WW1
Blinded soldiers from St. Dunstans home for blinded sailor and soldiers in Regents Park, rowing in the boat they rowed to victory over the students of Westminster College

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Oxford verses Cambridge Boat Race, on The River Thames, London

Oxford verses Cambridge Boat Race, on The River Thames, London, 23rd March 1963 The 109th Boat Race took place on 23 March 1963

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Sketch For 'The Opening Of Waterloo Bridge Seen From Whitehall Stairs, June 18th 1817', c1819

Sketch For "The Opening Of Waterloo Bridge Seen From Whitehall Stairs, June 18th 1817", c1819. Cannon smoke rises above the bridge and, in the foreground

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Naval boat-race in Cork Harbour, 1865. Creator: Smyth

Naval boat-race in Cork Harbour, 1865. Creator: Smyth
Naval boat-race in Cork Harbour, [Ireland], 1865. Some days ago an exciting match was rowed at Queenstown, Cork Harbour, by the crews, respectively

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Regatta on the Danube at Buda-Pesth, during the visit of the Emperor of Austria, 1865

Regatta on the Danube at Buda-Pesth, during the visit of the Emperor of Austria, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Regatta on the Danube at Buda-Pesth, during the visit of the Emperor of Austria, 1865. Engraving of a sketch by M. Josef Keve of...a most animated

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Sculling match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper...Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn, 1865

Sculling match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper...Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Sculling match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper, in the Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn, [Norfolk], 1865. Engraving from a sketch by Robert Elwes

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Sailing-barge on the Thames: rounding the Nore Light-ship, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Sailing-barge on the Thames: rounding the Nore Light-ship, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Sailing-barge on the Thames: rounding the Nore Light-ship, 1865. The third annual sailing-barge match took place under the management of...the Thames

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Meeting of the Gloucestershire Agricultural Society, on the banks of the Severn...Tewkesbury

Meeting of the Gloucestershire Agricultural Society, on the banks of the Severn...Tewkesbury, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Meeting of the Gloucestershire Agricultural Society, on the banks of the Severn, at Tewkesbury, 1865. The meeting... continuing for several days last week

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Annual schooner race of the Royal Thames Yacht Club: the yachts at the Mouse light ship, 1862

Annual schooner race of the Royal Thames Yacht Club: the yachts at the Mouse light ship, 1862. Creator: Smyth
Annual schooner race of the Royal Thames Yacht Club: the yachts at the Mouse light ship, 1862. The morning had been very gloomy and threatening

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Schooner match of the Royal Thames Yacht Club on June 16: rounding the Water Lily off Shoebury

Schooner match of the Royal Thames Yacht Club on June 16: rounding the Water Lily off Shoebury, 1864 Creator: Smyth
Schooner match of the Royal Thames Yacht Club on June 16: rounding the Water Lily off Shoebury, 1864. Among the spectators of the schooner-race, from Tilbury to the Nore and back again

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Ocean Yacht Match from Gravesend to Harwich...the Volante winning the Cutters Prize, 1864

The Ocean Yacht Match from Gravesend to Harwich...the Volante winning the Cutters Prize, 1864. Creator: Smyth
The Ocean Yacht Match from Gravesend to Harwich on Saturday, June 4: the Volante winning the Cutters Prize, 1864. The Volante, a cutter of 60 tons belonging to H. C

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Prince of Wales Yacht Club, June 1: the race off East Tilbury

The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Prince of Wales Yacht Club, June 1: the race off East Tilbury, 1864 Creator: Smyth
The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Prince of Wales Yacht Club, June 1: the race off East Tilbury, 1864. Dudu; Alexandra; Folly. The course was from Erith to the Chapman Head and back

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Royal Thames Yacht Club...rounding the steamer at the Nore, 1864

The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Royal Thames Yacht Club...rounding the steamer at the Nore, 1864. Creator: Smyth
The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Royal Thames Yacht Club, May 31: rounding the steamer at the Nore, 1864. Vindex; Mosquito; Astarte. The vessels which started were: the Surf, 54 tons, owner Mr. G

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Royal London Yacht Club, May 30: the cutters off Southend, 1864

The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Royal London Yacht Club, May 30: the cutters off Southend, 1864. Creator: Smyth
The Yacht Matches in the Thames: Royal London Yacht Club, May 30: the cutters off Southend, 1864. Astarte; Volante; Surf. The vessels which started were: the Surf, 54 tons, belonging to Mr. G

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Race in the Channel between the Atalanta twin-screw steamer and the Dover mail-packet Empress

Race in the Channel between the Atalanta twin-screw steamer and the Dover mail-packet Empress, 1864. Creator: Smyth
Race in the Channel between the Atalanta twin-screw steamer and the Dover mail-packet Empress, 1864. The Atalanta...has a pair of screw propellers instead of a single one

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: First University Boat Race, 1829 (chromolitho)

First University Boat Race, 1829 (chromolitho)
8626967 First University Boat Race, 1829 (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: First Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, London, 1829)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Yachts from the Cumberland Society race, on the Thames (England), circa 1815

Yachts from the Cumberland Society race, on the Thames (England), circa 1815
MMM5460268 Yachts from the Cumberland Society race, on the Thames (England), circa 1815, ancestor of the Royal Yacht Race on the Thames. Oil on canvas, 1815, by William Havell (1782-1857)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: A ship in distress, design'd to represent the loss of the Victory (1737)

A ship in distress, design'd to represent the loss of the Victory (1737)
7337503 A ship in distress, design'd to represent the loss of the Victory (1737) by a violent storm near the Race of Alderney in the Year 1744, 1745-46 (etching) by Canot

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Great Race on the Mississippi from New Orleans to St. Louis 1210 miles

The Great Race on the Mississippi from New Orleans to St. Louis 1210 miles. Between the Steamers Robt. E. Lee
7342609 The Great Race on the Mississippi from New Orleans to St. Louis 1210 miles. Between the Steamers Robt. E. Lee... and Natchez... Won by R.E. Lee, 1870 (lithograph, coloured) by Currier, N

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Illustration showing Oxford students in practice for the Boat Race, 1879

Illustration showing Oxford students in practice for the Boat Race, 1879. The Boat Race is an annual rowing race
5311090 Illustration showing Oxford students in practice for the Boat Race, 1879. The Boat Race is an annual rowing race between the Oxford University Boat Club

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: A pilot cutter (fast sailboat) racing a ship, the first of the sailboats to reach it will be able

A pilot cutter (fast sailboat) racing a ship, the first of the sailboats to reach it will be able to board
MMM5460335 A pilot cutter (fast sailboat) racing a ship, the first of the sailboats to reach it will be able to board and receive the prize for its race; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Oxford crew preparing for the Boat Race (engraving)

Oxford crew preparing for the Boat Race (engraving)
8631259 Oxford crew preparing for the Boat Race (engraving) by Shannon, Charles Haslewood (1863-1937); Private Collection; (add.info.: Oxford crew preparing for the Boat Race)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Mayflower saluted By The Fleet. Crossing the bow of Galatea in her first race for the America's

Mayflower saluted By The Fleet. Crossing the bow of Galatea in her first race for the America's Cup...New York Bay
7342711 Mayflower saluted By The Fleet. Crossing the bow of Galatea in her first race for the America's Cup...New York Bay, Sept 7th 1886 [Won by Mayflower], 1886 (chromolithograph) by Bassford

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: The Great Yacht Race in the Thames Estuary (England), a study of the sailboats participating in

The Great Yacht Race in the Thames Estuary (England), a study of the sailboats participating in the Gravesend Reach
MMM5481716 The Great Yacht Race in the Thames Estuary (England), a study of the sailboats participating in the Gravesend Reach Race. Drawings, circa 1890, by William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: On board the yacht Alarm, in the background, probably Mewstone Harbour in Plymouth

On board the yacht Alarm, in the background, probably Mewstone Harbour in Plymouth
MMM5466449 On board the yacht Alarm, in the background, probably Mewstone Harbour in Plymouth, indicating the start day of a race in which the yacht is participating

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Cartoon depicting a boat race falling victim to London fog, 19th century

Cartoon depicting a boat race falling victim to London fog, 19th century
5309076 Cartoon depicting a boat race falling victim to London fog, 19th century; (add.info.: Cartoon depicting a boat race falling victim to London fog)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Illustration showing students in practice for the Boat Race, 1895

Illustration showing students in practice for the Boat Race, 1895. The Boat Race is an annual rowing race between
5311098 Illustration showing students in practice for the Boat Race, 1895. The Boat Race is an annual rowing race between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: Building a boat for the University Boat Race (b/w photo)

Building a boat for the University Boat Race (b/w photo)
8664069 Building a boat for the University Boat Race (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Building a boat for the University Boat Race)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: A Dutch yacht race, off the coast of Northern Europe. Oil on canvas

A Dutch yacht race, off the coast of Northern Europe. Oil on canvas, around 1630 by Andries van Eertvelt (1590-1652)
MMM5459378 A Dutch yacht race, off the coast of Northern Europe. Oil on canvas, around 1630 by Andries van Eertvelt (1590-1652)

Background imageThe Boat Race Collection: A Race For The Buckhorns on the Mississippi, 1866 (lithograph, coloured)

A Race For The Buckhorns on the Mississippi, 1866 (lithograph, coloured)
7342640 A Race For The Buckhorns on the Mississippi, 1866 (lithograph, coloured) by Currier, N. (1813-88) and Ives, J.M. (1824-95); 57x79.2 cm; National Maritime Museum, London



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The Boat Race Collection

The Boat Race is an annual rowing race between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge in London, England and has been held since 1829, making it one of the oldest sporting events in the world. The race takes place on a 4.2 mile stretch of the River Thames between Putney and Mortlake, with thousands of spectators lining the banks to watch. The event is steeped in tradition and is seen as a major event on the British sporting calendar and has become an iconic symbol for both universities and for London itself, with millions watching on television around Europe each year.
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The Boat Race is an iconic annual event that takes place in London, England. The Media Storehouse collection features a range of products that celebrate this historic sporting occasion. From wall art and framed prints to photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards, our collection offers something for everyone who loves the sport. The Boat Race has been held since 1829 and sees teams from Oxford University and Cambridge University compete against each other on the River Thames. It's a hugely popular event with spectators lining the riverbanks to cheer on their favorite team. The Media Storehouse collection captures some of the most memorable moments from past races including close finishes and dramatic clashes between rowers. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece of wall art or a unique gift for someone who loves rowing, The Boat Race collection is sure to impress.
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The Boat Race art prints are a collection of high-quality, professionally taken photographs capturing the excitement and intensity of one of the most iconic sporting events in London, England. The Boat Race is an annual rowing competition between two prestigious universities - Oxford and Cambridge - which takes place on the River Thames. These art prints showcase stunning images from various moments during this historic event, including shots of the teams rowing down the river, close-ups of their faces as they push themselves to their limits, and breathtaking views of London's skyline in the background. These art prints are perfect for sports enthusiasts who want to relive some of the most memorable moments from The Boat Race or for anyone looking to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to their home or office décor. They make great gifts for friends or family members who love sports or have a special connection with London. With a range of sizes available, these art prints can fit any space and bring life into any room they're displayed in.
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