|Founder||Dudley Hardy, Phil May, Cecil Aldin, Walter Churcher, Tom Browne|
|Type||Club for sketch artists|
The London Sketch Club is a social club for artists working in the field of commercial graphic art, mainly for newspapers, periodicals, and books.
The club was founded in 1898 by a breakaway group of members from Langham Sketching Club. The founder members were Dudley Hardy, Phil May, Cecil Aldin, Walter Churcher, and Tom Browne. George Charles Haité was its first president.
- Philippe Kaenel (2005). Le métier d'illustrateur, 1830-1880: Rodolphe Töpffer, J-J Grandville, Gustave Doré (in French) (2 ed.). Librairie Droz. p. 543. ISBN 978-2-600-00531-9.
- The Pall Mall Gazette 2 April 1898