The Portico Library collection
High quality colour print on A3 size card, reproduced from the original in the Library’s 19th-century collection.
All proceeds from the sale of this print contribute to The Portico Library’s charitable public arts and education programmes.
All prints are backed with board and protected in a clear cellophane sleeve. For custom sizes and further framing options please call the Library on UK 0161 236 6785 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Portico Library is a 212-year-old independent subscription library and exhibitions space in Manchester City Centre. Still housed in its original purpose-built venue on Mosley Street, it is now open free to the public six days a week for an eclectic calendar of exhibitions and events, complementing the unique collection of books, archives and illustrations spanning over 450 years. Previously a members’ only institution with associates including John Dalton, Peter Mark Roget, Elizabeth Gaskell, Emmeline Pankhurst, Robert Peel, Val McDermid and Eric Cantona, all visitors can now enjoy a meal or drink in the cafe from Monday to Saturday and participate in diverse outreach and engagement programmes including the prestigious Portico Prize and Portico Sadie Massey Awards.