Review and Giveaway: Win $1,000 in Fine Art “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” Prints from Classic Stills!

Our friends at Classic Stills have partnered with us once again to bring another series of framed prints from the Potter film series. Earlier this fall, they featured artwork from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and now our Staff Coordinator, Alison Siggard, has had the chance to review the next installment in the series – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Take a look at these stunning prints and enter to win some for your home!

Occasionally, there are times when watching a film that I think, “I would love to frame this moment and put it on the wall.” Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban has many such moments for me – I consider the film the pinnacle of the wizarding world aesthetic. Its contrasting light and shadows, beautiful coloring, and gorgeous cinematography serve a delightful visual experience with several shots that I would love to frame on the wall. If you’ve ever felt the same, then you want one of the framed Prisoner of Azkaban stills from Classic Stills!


Classic Stills’s “The Hogwarts Express Stops”, displayed


There are several gorgeous and iconic options, but after agonizing among a few of them, I went with The Hogwarts Express Stops. This still from the journey north from Platform 9 3/4 prominently features the beautiful aqueduct in moody, shadowed lighting. The colors are deep and rich as they mingle with the grey lighting and smoke from the train. It’s a magnificent shot that is not only Harry Potter–themed but also neutral enough to be a striking addition to any household decor and aesthetic.

The framed still came delivered in protective packaging that ensured that it arrived completely intact and ready to be displayed. The frame is a sturdy, plain black that will make a striking silhouette on a wall without taking away from the beauty of the print itself, and it is ready to hang. The matting of the frame seems a bit excessive for the size of the print and leaves a lot of white space surrounding the print itself. The entire piece measures 16×20 inches, big enough to be a featured piece of art but not unwieldy. It is also available in an 11×14 print. Each print comes numbered (mine was 26/30) and with a certificate of authenticity, including that critical information for serious collectors.



The beauty of this still made me want to put it on my wall immediately after opening the box – I started planning a gallery wall around it as soon as it was in my hands! I own a few other Harry Potter–themed art prints, and I can’t wait to see how they look with this still from my favorite of the films. Anyone with an interest in the artistry of the films and art as decor at all will not want to pass up these prints. There are many more available for all your favorite moments from the film and for any decorative taste. You won’t want to miss this rare and beautiful piece to add to your Harry Potter collection!



Want to decorate your dedicated Harry Potter space with stunning prints from the wizarding world films? We’ve teamed up with our friends at Classic Stills to bring you an exclusive competition! One lucky winner from the United States or United Kingdom will get a $1,000 gift card to purchase prints from the official Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban fine art collection, exclusive to Classic Stills. The contest is open today, December 9, running through December 23 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Enter through the Classic Stills link below for your country. Winners will be contacted by Classic Stills after the contest ends.*

*Announcing the winner of the $1,000 gift card to Classic Stills:Michael Gosenski from Cave Junction, Oregon, who’s a Slytherin!

A framed print of The Hogwarts Express Stops was provided by Classic Stills. All opinions belong to the reviewer.

Alison Siggard

Alison is a Gryffinpuff and probably what Hermione Granger would be like in real life, from bossiness to reliance on books to bushy brown hair. She is a teacher, writer, traveler, and a lover of all kinds of stories and storytelling. She is MuggleNet's staff coordinator and a host on Alohomora!