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Brentford Gallery

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Choose from 71 pictures in our Brentford collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Griffin Park Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Brentford Football Club Featured Print

Griffin Park Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Brentford Football Club

Griffin Park is a football ground in Brentford, situated in the London Borough of Hounslow, Greater London. It has been the home ground of Championship club Brentford F.C. since it was built in 1904. The ground is situated in a predominantly residential area and is known for being the only English league football ground to have a pub on each corner. The ground gets its name from the griffin, featured in the logo of Fuller's Brewery, which at one point owned the orchard on which the stadium was built

© Sports Stadia Art Ltd

Swan-Upping on the Thames, from Brentford Ait, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Swan-Upping on the Thames, from Brentford Ait, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Swan-Upping on the Thames, from Brentford Ait, 1844. Annual event in which mute swans on the River Thames in west London are rounded up, caught, ringed, and then released. The procedure is carried out by members of the the London guilds. In the Thames, at present, the greatest number of swans belong to the Queen, and the Companies of Vintners and Dyers own the next largest proportion; but the birds are far less numerous than they used to be. They are marked upon the upper mandible with a knife or other sharp instrument. The "Swan-upping", or "Swan-hopping", as it is vulgarly termed, is the catching and taking up the swans to mark the cygnets, and renew that on the old birds, if obliterated, in the presence of the royal swan herdsman...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Trico strikers 1976 Featured Print

Trico strikers 1976

Strikers barrack a car as it crosses the picket line at the Trico-Folberth windscreen wipers factory, Brentford, Middlesex, England. The women workers, supported by their male colleagues, were on strike for equal pay. The women, organised by the Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers, were on strike for 21 weeks before their demand for the same basic rate as the men was met. Date: August 1976

© Marx Memorial Library/Mary Evans