Antique Sports Prints - Almanac of Twelve Sports
An Almanac of Twelve Sports
by William Nicholson
(England, 1898)
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The antique Sports prints shown on this page are based on illustrations by William Nicholson (1872-1949), who also did the wood engravings on which the lithographs are based.  The prints portray a variety of British sporting activities throughout the year and were part of a calendar published in 1898 titled An Almanac of Twelve Sports.

Nicholson was an English painter, wood block engraver and designer of stained glass windows.  His paintings included portraits of English nobility and leading personalities of the day, still life, landscapes and illustrations for children's magazines.  He also did design work for the theatre.

Each print was accompanied by a poem authored by the English poet Rudyard Kipling.  The prints are sold with a copy of the accompanying poem.



Price per print: Print Only:  $190
Matting Charge:  $25
Framing & Matting Charge:  $135
Dimensions: Print Only:  9 x 11 inches
Matted:  14 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original color lithograph
(over 100 years old)
Year: 1898
Other details: Includes copy of accompanying poem

Click on any image to see an enlargement of the print

Sports Prints - Hunting (No. 30460001)
January - Hunting

Sports Prints - Coursing (No. 30460002)
February - Coursing

Sports Prints - Racing (No. 30460003)
March - Racing

Sports Prints - Boating (No. 30460004)
April - Boating

Sports Prints - Fishing (No. 30460005)
May - Fishing

Sports Prints - Cricket (No. 30460006)
June - Cricket

Sports Prints - Archery (No. 30460007)
July - Archery

Sports Prints - Coaching (No. 30460008)
August - Coaching

Sports Prints - Shooting (No. 30460009)
September - Shooting

Sports Prints - Golfing (No. 30460010)
October - Golfing

Sports Prints - Boxing (No. 30460011)
November - Boxing

Sports Prints - Skating (No. 30460012)
December - Skating

Poem authored by Rudyard Kipling

Example of the poetry authored by Rudyard Kipling
to accompany the William Nicholson prints in this series (from October 1898).

Each print that is purchased is provided with
the poem appropriate for that month.