"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.
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