|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.
A joint exhibition with Langham Sketch Club was held at the Mall Galleries in 1976.
For a while in the late 1970s, the Society of Strip Illustration held its monthly meetings at the Sketch Club.
The sketch club relocated in 1903 from its original location to premises in Wells Street, off Oxford Street. In 1957, the club moved to 7 Dilke Street in Chelsea.