Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery

Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery is home to a captivating collection of oil paintings, watercolours, Christian icons, Egyptian artefacts, and its collection of Japanese woodblock prints is one of the largest in the UK outside of London. Borne from the proceeds of a once-bustling weaving industry, and grown in recent years with assistance from the Friends of Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery, the collections chart the local and social histories of Blackburn.


Art prints and custom framed prints

Each of the following artworks can be purchased as unframed prints in a variety of sizes. We also have an array of high quality frames that are custom built for each print.

  • 'Barbouyo'
    'Barbouyo' Bonheur, Rosa, 1822–1899
  • Blue Hills
    Blue Hills Morton, James Hargreaves, 1881–1918
  • Floral Decoration
    Floral Decoration Dimond, Louise, 1878–1943
  • Head of a Lioness
    Head of a Lioness Huggins, William, 1820–1884
  • Mirror of Japanese Elegance
    Mirror of Japanese Elegance Yamazaki, Tosinobu, 1857–1886
  • Mother and Child
    Mother and Child Leighton, Frederic, 1830–1896
  • Self Portrait
    Self Portrait Haworth, Charles Singleton, 1884–1917
  • Seven Chimneys
    Seven Chimneys Holmes, Charles John, 1868–1936
  • Still Life Study
    Still Life Study Fletcher, Geoffrey Scowcroft, 1923–2004
  • Washing
    Washing Morton, James Hargreaves, 1881–1918

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