Skip to main content
sales@mediastorehouse.com
Tel: (678) 701-8254
Home > Top Sellers

Top Sellers Gallery

Choose from 53 pictures in our Top Sellers collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Skegness is so Bracing, LNER poster, 1933 Featured Top Sellers Image

Skegness is so Bracing, LNER poster, 1933

Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the Lincolnshire coastal resort town of Skegness. The poster shows a child pulling the Jolly Fisherman by his red scarf. The Jolly Fisherman poster is one of the most famous English holiday posters. It was first published in 1908 by the Great Northern Railway (GNR) which paid twelve pounds for it. Since then the Jolly Fisherman has been caricatured and re-drawn over and over again. It was an outstanding poster for its time, because most Victorian and Edwardian posters were restrained and factual. Artwork by Frank Newbould (1887-1951) after John Hassall (1868-1948), who first drew the character

© NRM/Pictorial Collection

East Coast Joys - No 5, LNER poster, 1931 Featured Top Sellers Image

East Coast Joys - No 5, LNER poster, 1931

Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East Coast of England. This poster, entitled Sea Fishing, was fifth in a series of six posters illustrating the various pastimes that could be enjoyed on the east coast. The posters formed a continuous scene when placed next to each other, but each was designed so that it could also stand alone. Artwork by Tom Purvis (1888-1957), who rallied for the professionalisation of commercial art. In 1930 he was one of the group of artists who founded the Society of Industrial Artists, which campaigned for improved standards of training for commercial artists in order to broaden their scope of employment

© NRM/Pictorial Collection

East Coast Joys, No 6, LNER poster, 1931 Featured Top Sellers Image

East Coast Joys, No 6, LNER poster, 1931

Poster produced for London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to the East Coast of England. This poster, entitled Sea Sports, was the last in a series of six posters illustrating the various pastimes that could be enjoyed on the east coast. The posters formed a continuous scene when placed next to each other, but each was designed so that it could also stand alone. Artwork by Tom Purvis (1888-1957), who rallied for the professionalisation of commercial art. In 1930 he was one of the group of artists who founded the Society of Industrial Artists, which campaigned for improved standards of training for commercial artists in order to broaden their scope of employment

© NRM/Pictorial Collection