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The Greenwich History & Heritage Collection - Part 2: Lord Nelson

Our second print in the Greenwich History & Heritage collection by John Vogl is an illustrated portrait of Vice Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson.

Here is an exclusive sneak preview of the design.

The print will be silk screen printed by hand on French cover paper stock, measuring 18 x 24" each print will be a signed and numbered by John in an edition of 75.

The regular edition is printed using pewter ink, an edition of 75 and priced at £20 - Click here to order



The rarer colour variant is printed using metallic gold ink, an edition of only 35 and priced at £30 - Click here to order 


Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté, (29 September 1758–21 October 1805) was a British flag officer famous for his service in the Royal Navy, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars.

He was noted for his inspirational leadership and superb grasp of strategy and unconventional tactics, which resulted in a number of decisive naval victories. He was wounded several times in combat, losing one arm and the sight in one eye. Of his several victories, the best known and notable was the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, at the end of which he was shot and killed.

After Nelson's death, his corpse was taken to Greenwich. He lay in state in the Old Royal Naval College for three days, before being taken up river aboard a barge for his funeral at St Paul's Cathedral.


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The Greenwich History & Heritage Collection - Part 1: The Old Royal Naval College

The Flood Gallery are proud to announce our first commissioned poster series: The Greenwich History Heritage Collection.

Illustrated and hand printed by Denver poster artist John Vogl the four poster series of prints celebrates the history and heritage of our home town of Greenwich.

The first poster in the series is a beautiful illustration of The Old Royal Naval College, the architectural centrepiece of A World Heritage Site in Greenwich, London, The college is described by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation UNESCO as being of “outstanding universal value” and reckoned to be the “finest and most dramatically sited architectural and landscape ensemble in the British Isles”.


The site is managed by the Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College (Foundation), set up in July 1998 as a Registered Charity to “look after these magnificent buildings and their grounds for the benefit of the nation”. The buildings were originally constructed to serve as the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich, now generally known as Greenwich Hospital, which was designed by Christopher Wren, and built between 1696 and 1712. The hospital closed in 1869. Between 1873 and 1998 it was the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

Silk screen printed by hand on French cover paper stock, the print measures 18 x 24" and is signed and numbered edition of 250.


For more information visit the product page.

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Our Webstore is now LIVE

Our webstore is now live! We have a large selection of work by a number of artists and we will be adding a considerable amount more in the coming weeks.

We currently only ship to the UK but are in the process of arranging international shipping rates. If you are an international customer that would like to order something in the meantime, please email us with details of what you would like to order and we will supply you with a quote:

We are also working on offering our bespoke framing service via our online store so keep a look out for that!

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Launch Night

Thanks to everyone that came down to our launch event. We hope you enjoyed the posters and had a great evening! Special thanks to Hola Paella for the great food (and very strong lager) and Owen Richards for taking the photographs.

Pictures from the night can be seen below:


The Flood Gallery team (L-R): Chris Marksberry, Nicky Marksberry, Tom Warner

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Hi - Welcome to the Flood Gallery!

The Flood Gallery is a new gallery store in Greenwich, London that specialise in limited edition gig posters, movie posters and art prints.

The concept of concert-poster-as-art emerged in the late 60s but dwindled away when music went mass market and stadium rock took hold. Over the past 10 years there has been a resurgence of the form with a whole new breed of talented artists expressing their love of music through beautiful and hard crafted gig posters. The posters are special, collectable yet affordable and are a gateway drug to people wishing to bring more art into their lives and on their walls at home.

The Flood Gallery is run by a small group that are fanatical about this format and our gallery space brings the most focused and unique portal to this world in London.

Our webstore is currently under construction and should be live in the next couple of weeks or so. We will begin by adding work by our featured artists and will slowly be adding more and more work over the coming weeks, so please keep checking back. In the meantime if you would like to visit us in the gallery itself, you can see all the posters we have in stock and see how amazing and vibrant contemporary rock poster art can be.

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