BSAT merchandise

Post cards (minimum order 5)
Young Boy Holding a Cricket Bat and Ball by Adam Buck (c.1770 – 1833) £2.50 per 5
Red Prince Mare, 1921 by Sir Alfred Munnings (1878 – 1959) £2.50 per 5

Blank cards
The Motorised Horsebox by Lionel Edwards (1878 – 1966) £3.95 per pack of 5

Huntsman and Hounds by Sir Alfred Munnings (1878 - 1959) £6.00 per pack of 10

Mr William Bowan Jordan Wilson of Knowle Hall, Warwickshire on Go Easy, 1838

by John Ferneley Snr (1782 - 1860)  £6 per pack of 10


 A Bibliography of British Sporting Artists (1700 - 1984) by Norah Titley with the Supplements (1985-1994) and (1995-2001) £7.00
Bibliography of British Sporting Artists (1995-2001), Second Supplement by Dr Robert Fountain £2.00
Cecil Aldin’s Art – 1990 Exhibition Catalogue £2.00
Sporting Art in Britain 25th Anniversary Exhibition Catalogue £10.00
Noble Art – Prize Fighting in England Exhibition 1738-1860 £10.00
The Engraved Work of George Stubbs 2005 Exhibition Catalogue £10.00

Lowes Dalbiac Luard Exhibition catalogue £5.95

Unframed print

The Duke of Grafton's Stallion, Mares & Foals after George Stubbs, published by Ackermanns £35.00

Pens

‘Floating’ racing scenes by Gilpin/Luard (please specify) £1.50


Paperweight

Dungannon with a Sheep by George Stubbs (1724 - 1806) (boxed) £10.00


Fridge magnet

The National Sports of Great Britain, frontispiece by Henry Alken (published 1820) £2.00

BSAT Essays on Sporting Artists
Please click here for a full list of essays available  bsatrust@btconnect.com

 

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BSAT Collection

Raoul Millais (1901-1999)<br>The Coming Storm

Raoul Millais (1901-1999)
The Coming Storm

Our collection includes around 300 works of sporting art.  Collection together with information on the artists is available to view - please click on the link below.

View collection

Membership

Study for the Saddling Paddock, Cheltenham March Meeting

Study for the Saddling Paddock, Cheltenham March Meeting

The Vestey Gallery

Our permanent exhibition space within the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket