Book #71389
"Vicar General," Vanity Fair, April 10, 1902. Spy, Sir Leslie Ward.
"Vicar General," Vanity Fair, April 10, 1902.

"Vicar General," Vanity Fair, April 10, 1902.

"Vicar General" Spy (Ward, Sir Leslie [1851-1922]). "Vicar General." Vanity Fair, April 10, 1902. 12-1/4" x 7-1/2" (image size) color lithograph, matted and glazed in attractive 20-1/2" x 14-3/4" wooden frame. A few minor nicks to frame, light toning to margins with slight fading to caption, image vivid. $450. * This charming lithograph, number 750 from the "Statesmen" series, depicts Charles Alfred Cripps, 1st Baron Parmour [1852-1941], a jurist and politician known for his strong support of the Church of England and the League of Nations. Vanity Fair was published weekly from 1869 to 1914. It is best-known today for its caricatures of notable people and satirical depictions of current events. Ward was the magazine's dominant artist.

Price: $450.00

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