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St Andrews, LNER poster, 1920s Featured St Andrews Print

St Andrews, LNER poster, 1920s

Poster produced for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail services to St Andrews, home of the royal and ancient game of golf. Artwork by Henry George Gawthorn, who began his career as an architect but later turned to pictorial art. He wrote several books on poster design and publicity and produced a number of posters for the LNER. He often included a self-portrait in many of his posters, complete with pince-nez and a panama hat. Dimensions: 1016 mm x 1270 mm

St Andrews, LNER poster, 1941 Featured St Andrews Print

St Andrews, LNER poster, 1941

Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to St Andrews, Fife, home of the royal and ancient game of golf. The poster shows the ruins of St Andrews Castle, which was the main residence of Scotland's leading churchmen, the bishops, and later the Archbishops of St Andrews. There was a castle on this site from the 12th century, but most of the existing ruins date from the 14th century and later. Artwork by Fred Taylor, who exhibited at the Royal Academy and other London galleries, and worked for the Empire Marketing Board, LNER, London Transport and several shipping companies. Dimensions: 1016 mm x 1270 mm

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Tom Morris, c1905. Artist: James Patrick Featured St Andrews Print

Tom Morris, c1905. Artist: James Patrick

Tom Morris, c1905. Scottish golfer Old Tom Morris (1821-1908) was one of the outstanding figures of early competitive golf. He won the Open Championship four times, in 1861, 1862, 1864 and 1867. On his 64th birthday he remained a good enough golfer to complete a round at St Andrews in 81 strokes. Print of an original photograph by James Patrick, Edinburgh. Published by George Stewart and Co

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