A high quality watercolour print.
The history of the pub started in 1846 when William Turnbull, a spirit dealer, occupied the premises. Over the next thirty-seven years, the license changed hands several times.
On 17th June 1884, the license was transferred to John Scouller. Mr. Scouller completely refurbished the premises and gave the bar its name of The Horse Shoe Bar. He was fascinated with horses and named all his pubs with horses in mind, such as the Spur bar at 84 Polmadie Street and the Snaffle Bit in Howard Street.
Employed in The Horse Shoe, was a boy called John Young Whyte who, after many years service, became manager, eventually buying the Horse Shoe Bar in 1923.
John Young Whyte also owned the Cecil Bar in Renfield Street and the Union in Union Street. He continued to add horse themes to the bar and the upstairs office where the clock, photos, tables and every item of furniture had a horse motif on it.
This watercolour art print is crafted by hand and digitally printed on acid free paper for light fastness. The result is a fine art print carefully crafted to look good for a long time.
The wall art print will not degrade, it will not turn yellow with the passage of time. It will always look beautiful on your walls. Presented on a stylish contemporary fibreboard frame. Comes complete with a paper 800gsm thickness mount.
Create a vivid, welcoming and inspirational environment around your house. Enlighten your home, living room or bedroom with this fine watercolour print.
Frame size: 23cm x 23cm
Frame depth: 4.5cm