Agents Pour Liquor Art

Metal wall art print entitled, “Prohibition, C.1921, agents pour liquor into a sewer.” New York City Deputy Police Commissioner, John A. Leach (right), watches agents pour liquor into a sewer after a raid, c1921.

Metal wall art prints feature a matte finish that provides a sharp and clean look! Printed on 3mm aluminum, these prints can easily be cleaned with a microfiber cloth.

Metal print comes ready to hang with pre-installed hardware that will make print float 1.25 inches off the wall.

WHY BUY THIS?  Because this agents pour liquor wall art will remind you how tough our forefathers had it during the prohibition period that lasted about thirteen long years, and why there were Speakeasys. In fact, this agents pour liquor wall art photo reminds us of this particular scene from Animal House…

 

And speaking of Animal House, how about a Senator Blutarsky Photo for your basement bar area. But back to prohibition. During prohibition, when beer was not easily accessible, you had to essentially produce your own liquor or go to a Speakeasy. And you can add an Entrance to Speakeasy Sign as art for your Man Cave. But fortunately, on December 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment was ratified, which repealed the infamous 18th Amendment that prohibited the sale of alcohol. So, if you’re considering prohibition themed wall art, then consider the newspaper canvas of when Prohibition Ends. Or this The Night Prohibition Ended canvas for one of your Man Cave walls, which made many folks happy again.

The night prohibition ended canvas