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Salford Lad's club

Salford Lad's club

By Louise Potter

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This beautiful minimalist drawing by North-West based artist Louise Potter shows the infamous Salford Lads club, made famous by Indie giants 'The Smiths' when it featured on their 3rd studio album 'The Queen is dead' released in 1986.

Salford Lads Club was established in 1903 as a purpose built club for boys. The club has continued to provide this facility for more than 100 years and is now considered to be the ‘finest example of a pre First World War club surviving and operating today’. The club is now open to girls and boys.

Louise Potter, is a Liverpool based artist and illustrator with a passion for buildings, places and form. With a background in architectural interior design, she rediscovered her passion for painting, printing and drawing. She works in traditional watercolour and ink as well as digitally, drawing on an iPad.

She writes of her own work:

‘I love creating memories with simple line drawings of buildings in cities all over the world. Whether it's a famous building, a favourite place, a wedding venue or the house you grew up in, I have the perfect print for you!’

Fine art quality print, hand trimmed and packed with care in Manchester, UK


All Manchester Art Prints are made on heavyweight archival quality art paper, using giclée pigment inks. Prints are wrapped in archival packaging to ensure they arrive with you in perfect condition.

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Our standard production time for prints is 3 days before dispatch. Framed prints have a 10 day lead time prior to dispatch.


Prints and frames are individually sized according to the aspect ratio of the original artwork. However, all Manchester Art Prints are available in a selection of sizes - small, regular, medium and large. See individual products for their sizing options.

Handling Instructions

These are fine art prints and we advise handling them with care - avoid touching the printed surface where possible during handling.

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