Saturday Afternoon by Frederick T. Callcott. 1904/5. Copper on ground of coloured marbles, with some details in coloured enamels, 1.14m high x 8.8m long. Location: The Black Friar Pub, 74 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4.
[Click on image and those below for larger pictures.]
Left to right: (a) Friar turning over the soil. . (b) Friars with watering can and a basket of appkles. (c) Picking grapes and putting them a flat basket.
Pouring apples from a basket into a wheel barrow while another friar picks or inspects an apple. .
Photographs and caption by Robert Freidus. Formatting by George P. Landow. You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print one.]
- Exterior views
- Stone carving on the exterior
- Two mosaics on the exterior
- Views of the Interior
- Room with Saturday Afternoon and view of the marble Saloon
- Two Friars, one with an hourglass, another cooking an egg
- Arts and Crafts Metalwork by H. Fuller Clark and others
- Stained glass window (interior)
- Don't Advertise. Tell it to a Gossip (copper bas relief)
- Tomorrow will be Friday (copper bas relief)
- A good thing is soon snatched up (copper bas relief)
- Musicmaking (copper bas relief)
- 11 works by Henry Poole
History provided on The Blackfriars menu.
Speel, Bob. Henry Poole, R.A. (1873-1928).
Weinreb, Ben, and Christopher Hibbert, eds. The London Encyclopaedia. London: Macmillan, rev. ed. 1992.
Last modified 8 September 2011