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Cricket is a popular sport originating in England and played throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, and other parts of the world

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Background imageCricket Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_024

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_024
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageCricket Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_026

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_026
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageCricket Collection: Harold Larwood Bowling, 1933

Harold Larwood Bowling, 1933
Photograph of the English bowler, Harold Larwood, in action during the MCC tour of Australia, 1933. During that tour, D.R

Background imageCricket Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageCricket Collection: Advertisement for Triumph Renown motor car

Advertisement for Triumph Renown motor car
Advertisement for the Triumph Renown motor car -- all thats best in Britain. Featuring a traditional cricket match on a village green on a sunny Saturday afternoon. 1951

Background imageCricket Collection: Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr

Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr
Photograph of Don Bradman going out to bat, during his last first-class cricket match; a game between Bradmans XI and L. Hassetts XI, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 1948

Background imageCricket Collection: Cricket on Kew Green a064146

Cricket on Kew Green a064146
KEW GREEN, London. Rear view of an elderly couple seated on deckchairs watching a cricket match being played on Kew Green. John Gay. Date range: Jan 1962 - May 1964

Background imageCricket Collection: Aerial image of Lords Cricket Ground, St. Johns Wood, London

Aerial image of Lords Cricket Ground, St. Johns Wood, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCricket Collection: An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson

An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). From The Wonder Book of Aircraft for Boys and Girls, edited by Harry Golding. [Ward. Lock & Co. Limited, London, Melbourne and Toronto, 1919]

Background imageCricket Collection: The Oval 29224_019

The Oval 29224_019
The Oval, Kennington, London. Aerial view of the cricket ground. March 2015

Background imageCricket Collection: Death Of Cricket, The Sporting Times mock obituary 1882

Death Of Cricket, The Sporting Times mock obituary 1882
Australia and England first met in Test match cricket in Melbourne in 1877, but the legend of The Ashes, the symbolic trophy the two teams play for, only began in 1882 when at the Oval in London

Background imageCricket Collection: Crabble Cricket ground, Dover

Crabble Cricket ground, Dover
The lovely Crabble cricket ground at Dover, Kent, which was used by Kent County Cricket Club from 1907 to 1976. The match in progress is between Kent and Yorkshire

Background imageCricket Collection: Oliver Dixon, Cpt. de Wend-Fenton and Cpt. Stanyforth

Oliver Dixon, Cpt. de Wend-Fenton and Cpt. Stanyforth
A Sporting Trio - The famous Reading horse dealer from Reading Mr Oliver Dixon, Captain J D L de Wend-Fenton owner and rider and the MCC Cricket Captian Cpt, Stanyforth riding Aesop at Sandown

Background imageCricket Collection: The England Test cricket XI at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 1899. Artist: WA Rouch

The England Test cricket XI at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 1899. Artist: WA Rouch
The England Test cricket XI at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 1899. Englands team in WG Graces final Test, against Australia at Trent Bridge

Background imageCricket Collection: Denis Compton at Hastings

Denis Compton at Hastings
Cricketer Denis Compton acknowledges the crowd at the Central Recreation Ground, Hastings. Playing for The South against Sir Pelham Warners Eleven

Background imageCricket Collection: The Yorkshire County Cricket Team, 1912

The Yorkshire County Cricket Team, 1912
Photograph showing 13 members of the Yorkshire County Cricket team for the 1912 season. Yorkshire were winners of the County Championship that year. Top row, left to right: Sir A.W

Background imageCricket Collection: Scotland vs. England Football Match, 1872

Scotland vs. England Football Match, 1872
Illustrations from the Scotland vs. England Friendly of 30th November 1872, played at West of Scotland Cricket Club Ground, Partick, near Glasgow

Background imageCricket Collection: Don Bradman square cuts at Lords, 1930

Don Bradman square cuts at Lords, 1930
Photograph of Don Bradman square cutting during the second Test Match between England and Australia, held at Lords Cricket Ground, London, 1930

Background imageCricket Collection: Leyton Cricket Ground

Leyton Cricket Ground
Essex host 1902 champions Yorkshire in a County Championship cricket match at the Leyton Ground, East London. Essex are in the field, with Denton and Wilkinson batting for Yorkshire

Background imageCricket Collection: Clifton College, Bristol, 1867

Clifton College, Bristol, 1867
Engraving showing a game of cricket in the grounds of Clifton College, near Bristol, with the Guthrie Memorial Chapel on right, 1867

Background imageCricket Collection: Aerial View of Lords Cricket Ground, London, 1921

Aerial View of Lords Cricket Ground, London, 1921
Aerial photograph of Lords Cricket Ground during the second Test Match between England and Australia, 11th June 1921. On this day 30, 000 spectators crammed into Lord s

Background imageCricket Collection: Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953

Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953
Photograph showing the two English batsman, Denis Compton and Bill Edrich, leaving the pitch at the Oval Cricket Ground, London, 19th August 1953

Background imageCricket Collection: Cricket at The Oval c1855

Cricket at The Oval c1855
A cricket match taking place at The Oval cricket ground in Kennington, London. The Oval is the home of Surrey County Cricket Club and was the first ground in England to host a test match in 1880

Background imageCricket Collection: The Horns Tavern, Kennington, in 1820, (c1878). Creator: Unknown

The Horns Tavern, Kennington, in 1820, (c1878). Creator: Unknown
The Horns Tavern, Kennington, in 1820, (c1878). The Horns tavern in Kennington, south London, acted as a meeting place, lecture hall and exhibition space

Background imageCricket Collection: A cricket match in progress at Lords cricket ground, London, 1912

A cricket match in progress at Lords cricket ground, London, 1912. From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

Background imageCricket Collection: Advertisement, Bicycles & Tricycles

Advertisement, Bicycles & Tricycles
Advertisement, James Lillywhite, Frowd and Co, Bicycling, Cricket and Athletic Outfitters, Bicycles and Tricycles. 1880s

Background imageCricket Collection: England cricket team of 1885

England cricket team of 1885
Cricketers of the England eleven of 1885, with W G Grace at the centre, surrounded by Barnes, Lyttelton, Shrewsbury, Gunn, Bates, Steel, Read, Peate, Barlow and Ulyett. 1885

Background imageCricket Collection: Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes, 1927

Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes, 1927
Players Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes rectangular, convex counter card depicting a cricket ground. In the foreground is a three-quarter length picture of a cricketer walking away from the field as

Background imageCricket Collection: Score-board at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901

Score-board at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901
Photograph of the Sydney Cricket Ground Score-board during the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia, 8th January 1901

Background imageCricket Collection: W. G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913

W. G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913
Photograph of Dr. William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915) batting in the Gravesend vs. Eltham cricket match, held at Gravesend cricket ground, 1913

Background imageCricket Collection: The Oval 21453_10

The Oval 21453_10
THE OVAL, Kennington, London. Aerial view of the cricket ground. England versus Australia, The Ashes. The final afternoon of the 5th Test Match, 2001

Background imageCricket Collection: Kerry Packer, Australian media tycoon, the man behind the controversial World Series

Kerry Packer, Australian media tycoon, the man behind the controversial World Series Cricket, faced the press today at Langham Gallery, London, Wednesday 1st June 1977

Background imageCricket Collection: Bhupinder Singh, Maharajah of Patiala playing cricket

Bhupinder Singh, Maharajah of Patiala playing cricket
Maharajah Bhupinder Singh of Patiala (1891 - 1938) playing cricket. Perhaps best known for his extravagance, the Maharajah nevertheless worked for the betterment of social conditions within his

Background imageCricket Collection: Cricket Scoreboard at Guildford, Surrey, 1938

Cricket Scoreboard at Guildford, Surrey, 1938
Photograph showing the scoreboard at Guildford Cricket Ground, venue of the Surrey vs. Hampshire County Cricket match of 1938

Background imageCricket Collection: Lords Cricket Ground as a Goose Farm, 1915

Lords Cricket Ground as a Goose Farm, 1915
Photograph showing the pitch and pavilion of Lords Cricket Ground, during the grounds use as a farm for rearing geese in World War I

Background imageCricket Collection: The Eton vs. Harrow Cricket Match, Lords, 1910

The Eton vs. Harrow Cricket Match, Lords, 1910
Photographs showing various views of the Eton vs. Harrow Cricket match, held at Lords Cricket Ground, London, 1910. The images show (clockwise from top left): R.S.L. Fowler and D.G

Background imageCricket Collection: Territorial Army camping at Oval cricket ground, WW1

Territorial Army camping at Oval cricket ground, WW1
The Territorial Army camping at the Oval cricket ground in London on the outbreak of the First World War. Date: August 1914

Background imageCricket Collection: Ks Ranjitsinhji and C B Fry, cricketers

Ks Ranjitsinhji and C B Fry, cricketers
The leading batsmen of the year in 1901, cricketers K.S. Ranjitsinhji (1872-1933) and C.B. Fry (Charles Burgess Fry 1872-1956)

Background imageCricket Collection: Portrait of John Wisden (colour litho)

Portrait of John Wisden (colour litho)
729628 Portrait of John Wisden (colour litho) by Anderson, John Corbet (1827-1907); Private Collection; (add.info.: Portrait of John Wisden, British cricketer, born in Brighton)

Background imageCricket Collection: Victorian Cricket Match, 19th Century

Victorian Cricket Match, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a bowler bowling out a batsman during a cricket match, at Lords cricket ground between Oxford and Cambridge. c.1870

Background imageCricket Collection: Cricket at Blackheath

Cricket at Blackheath
Kent host Surrey at the Rectory Field ground, Blackheath. Famous Surrey batsman Jack Hobbs is at the crease, and has been permitted to have a runner (seen at square leg)

Background imageCricket Collection: Lords Match

Lords Match
1906: Spectators watching a match at Lords cricket ground, London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageCricket Collection: The Nevill Cricket Ground at Tunbridge Wells

The Nevill Cricket Ground at Tunbridge Wells Date: 1902. Due to the age of this image this picture may not be suitable for large prints

Background imageCricket Collection: Denis Compton at Hastings

Denis Compton at Hastings
Denis Compton turns a ball from spinner Jim Laker (out of picture) off his legs to score another boundary past the despairing reach of the short leg fielder as wicketkeeper Stewart Billy Griffith

Background imageCricket Collection: How Some Englishmen thought we were going to win the war

How Some Englishmen thought we were going to win the war
Humorous cartoon showing Englishmen, armed with cricket bats, golf clubs and rugby balls giving the Hun a good thrashing - a satirical view on how some thought World War One could be won in

Background imageCricket Collection: The Bat and Ball Public House, Hambledon, 1908

The Bat and Ball Public House, Hambledon, 1908
Photograph showing the Bat and Ball Public House at Hambledon, circa 1908. The pub was formerly known as the Broadhalfpenny Hut

Background imageCricket Collection: The 1934 Test Match at Lords: Verity wins the game

The 1934 Test Match at Lords: Verity wins the game
Verity winning the match for England, sending down a ball to Woodfall, the Australian captain. On the third day of the second test match

Background imageCricket Collection: Gas holders 29224_024

Gas holders 29224_024
Kennington, London. Gas holders near the Oval cricket ground. Gasometer



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Cricket Collection

Cricket is a popular sport originating in England and played throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, and other parts of the world, and is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of 11 players each on a field with an oval-shaped pitch. The objective is for one team to score more runs than the other by hitting the ball with their bats and running between two sets of wickets. The team that scores more runs wins the match. Cricket has been around since at least 16th century England and has grown in popularity over time, becoming one of the most popular sports in London today, and is also enjoyed by millions worldwide who watch or play it either professionally or recreationally.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Cricket collection from Media Storehouse is a diverse range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that celebrate the sport of cricket. Our collection features stunning images capturing iconic moments in cricket history including legendary players such as Sir Vivian Richards and Sachin Tendulkar. Our collection also includes photographs of famous stadiums around the world where cricket matches are played. The Cricket collection is perfect for fans of the sport who want to decorate their homes or offices with beautiful artwork celebrating their passion. Whether you prefer classic black and white photography or vibrant color images, there is something for everyone in this extensive collection. Media Storehouse offers high-quality products that are sure to impress any cricket enthusiast. With a wide selection of sizes and formats available, customers can choose the perfect piece to suit their needs. The Cricket Collection from Media Storehouse is an excellent choice for anyone looking to add some sports-themed artwork to their space.
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What are Cricket (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Cricket art prints are a collection of high-quality images that capture the essence of cricket as a sport. These prints showcase some of the most iconic moments in cricket history, including famous matches, players and stadiums from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. They are perfect for any cricket enthusiast who wants to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to their home or office decor. These art prints are produced by Media Storehouse using state-of-the-art printing technology that ensures vibrant colors and sharp details. They come in various sizes and can be framed or mounted on different materials such as canvas or metal. Whether you're looking for an eye-catching piece to display in your living room or a unique gift for someone special, Cricket art prints offer something for everyone. With their timeless appeal and enduring popularity, they are sure to become treasured possessions that will be cherished for years to come.
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What Cricket (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of cricket art prints that showcase the sport's rich history and iconic moments. From classic black and white photographs to vibrant contemporary designs, there is something for every fan of this beloved game. Some popular options include images of legendary players such as Sir Vivian Richards, Sachin Tendulkar, and Brian Lara in action on the pitch. Other prints capture memorable matches like England's historic victory in the 2005 Ashes series or India's triumph at the 2011 World Cup. In addition to player and match-focused artwork, Media Storehouse also offers stunning landscape shots of famous cricket grounds like Lord's Cricket Ground in London or The Oval in South London. These prints are perfect for adding a touch of sporting elegance to any home or office space. Media Storehouse has an impressive selection of high-quality cricket art prints that celebrate this timeless sport and its enduring legacy.
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How do I buy Cricket (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Cricket art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring the sport. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply select the size and framing options that suit your preferences. You can choose from a range of materials for your frame, including wood, metal or canvas. We offer a secure online checkout process where you can enter your payment details and shipping address to complete your purchase. They accept various forms of payment such as credit cards and PayPal. Their prints are produced using state-of-the-art printing technology on premium quality paper to ensure vibrant colors and sharp detail. Whether you're looking for a gift for a cricket enthusiast or want to decorate your home with sports-themed artwork, we have plenty of options to choose from.
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How much do Cricket (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Cricket art prints that are perfect for sports enthusiasts and collectors alike. Our collection includes high-quality prints featuring iconic moments from the sport, as well as portraits of famous players and teams. The cost of our Cricket art prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We offer a range of sizes to suit different budgets, from small 10x8 inch prints to large 30x20 inch posters. Our standard paper prints are an affordable option for those looking to add some sporting flair to their home or office decor. For those seeking a more premium finish, we also offer canvas and framed options that provide a professional look and feel. No matter which print you choose, you can be sure that it will be produced using the highest quality materials and printing techniques available. So why not browse our collection today?
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How will my Cricket (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Cricket art prints are delivered to you in the best possible condition. We use high-quality packaging materials and reliable shipping methods to ensure that your order arrives safely and securely. Your Cricket art prints will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. The tube is then sealed with tape to prevent any damage or moisture from getting inside. We work with trusted courier partners who will deliver your package directly to your doorstep. You can track the progress of your delivery using our online tracking system, which provides real-time updates on the status of your shipment. Once you receive your Cricket art prints, we recommend unrolling them carefully and allowing them to flatten out naturally before framing or displaying them. With our careful packaging and reliable delivery service, you can trust us to get your order safely to its destination.