Tomorrow will be Friday by Frederick T. Callcott. 1904-5. Copper on marble background, with some details in mother-of-pearl, 1.14m high x 9m wide. Location: Main Saloon, the Black Friar Pub, 74 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4.
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- Exterior views
- Stone carving on the exterior
- Two mosaics on the exterior
- Views of the Interior
- Room with Saturday Afternoon and view of the marble Saloon
- Two Friars, one with an hourglass, another cooking an egg
- Arts and Crafts Metalwork by H. Fuller Clark and others
- Saturday Afternoon (copper bas relief)
- Stained glass window (interior)
- Don't Advertise. Tell it to a Gossip (copper bas relief)
History provided on The Blackfriars menu.
Speel, Bob. Henry Poole, R.A. (1873-1928).
Weinreb, Ben, and Christopher Hibbert, eds. The London Encyclopaedia. London: Macmillan, rev. ed. 1992.
Last modified 20 July 2017