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Peter Grimes Print

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This atmospheric Peter Grimes Print captures the Britten opera well. It's a reproduction of an archive poster for the 1989 performances by The Royal Opera  from our Collections.

This classic Don Giovanni Print is available from our print on demand service, custom made by King & McGaw offering a variety of sizes and frames to choose from. This print is a faithful reproduction of the London Philharmonic Concert Society's performance featuring conductor Sir Thomas Beecham at the Royal Opera House, 1939. 

Take home a piece of your favourite production with our Print on Demand service, offeringhigh quality reproductions in a range of sizes and stylish frames to suit any aesthetic delivered to your door. Custom Prints are printed and framed by King & McGaw in Newhaven, East Sussex. The service allows you to own some of the beautiful artwork used to promote operas and ballets over the years, with poster designs from the Royal Opera House Collections dating from 1946 to the present.

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Print Information:
Peter Grimes Print, Dewynters ©ROHCollections 
This print is made to order by King & McGaw and cannot be returned

Size Print Size Image Size (Approx) Border size (Approx)
Small 30 x 40 cms 21 x 32 cms 4.5 x 4 cms
Medium 45 x 60 cms 33 x 46 cms 6 x 7 cms
Large 60 x 80 cms 44 x 62 cms 8 x 9 cms
Extra Large 75 x 100 cms 55 x 78 cms 10 x 11 cms

Measurements are approximate and can vary by a few millimetres.

Frame options: Black Stained Ash Box, White Stained Ash Box, Natural Oak Waxed Box and a Gold Cushion frame. 
All reproduction prints come with a white border.


The prints are produced using the giclée method, which refers to an inkjet printing process, using light fast water based pigment inks. All frames are hand-made and hand-finished by skilled craftsmen. Due to the nature of these vintage posters, these prints will reproduce any signs of age, wear or damage that occurred before the posters were archived by Royal Opera House.