Five-pin Bowling Art Print

Five-pin bowling was invented in Canada by Thomas F. Ryan in 1909 at his Toronto Bowling Club. Many of his patrons thought the ten-pin game was too physically demanding. So he cut five ten-pins down to about 3/4 size, introduced a hand-sized hard rubber ball and developed a new scoring system for his game. To this day five-pin bowling remains a game exclusively played by Canadians.

Our 'Five-pin Bowling' art print features photo illustrations of antique pins and a ball from the days of the game's inception. This print makes a great addition to any sports fan's art collection or for anyone that enjoys quirky-themed art pieces.

Design Features
  • Design features a photo illustration of early five-pin bowling equipment
  • Available on two optional colour backgrounds

Museum quality prints

  • Individually printed on heavy photo paper using a 9-colour ink process
  • Museum quality inks and paper (Giclée) won’t fade or yellow for at least 200 years

Ready to hang

  • Dry mounted on acid-free foam core stops warping or discolouration
  • Gallery-style, solid hardwood, 100% Canadian-made frames
  • Thick acrylic is as clear as glass yet won't break during shipping
  • Hanging hardware installed—ready to hang out of the box

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