Print of Selfridges, London - Confectionery Section
Selfridges & Co, Oxford Street, London - Confectionery Section. Founded by American-born retail magnate Harry Gordon Selfridge (1858 - 1947), the Flagship store in Oxford Street was opened in 1909 #MaryEvansPrintsOnline
1914: life before war – in pictures
The world was soon be plunged into the horror of war, but in the early months of 1914 in Britain, the carnage of the trenches seemed unimaginable
Oxford Street history - In Pictures
History of Oxford Street London uncovered by Time Out. Browse historic images of Oxford Street and discover the transformations that have taken place on this famous shopping street in London.
HMV on Oxford Street – a history in pictures
As 141 of the music and film retailer's stores are rescued by Hilco, here is a look at the company's history through its store on Oxford Street
The Modern Shop: Architecture & Shopping between the Wars
In the 1920s and 1930s architects produced a number of striking shop designs in Britain. Influenced by the 1925 Paris Exhibition and other Continental examples, many shops and chain stores rebuilt their premises, or at least modernised their façades. Architects became interested in shop design, using marble, neon and chrome, and critics praised the way in which the Modern Movement revitalised this sphere of design. Many of these innovative interiors and façades are now sadly gone.
Love Your Location - UK's Best Travel Artists Under One Roof
Looking for travel art? We boast over 10,000 towns, cities & counties in the UK - available as prints, canvases & more. Browse & order today...