Vanity Fair. 1894 (April 26). Print in FINE condition, no blemishes or foxing. Ready for framing. Item #006736
Print of Frederick C. Selous as depicted in the famous Vanity Fair magazine, a British publication that aimed to expose the vanities of society. Prtinted by the famous Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Lithoraphy pritner as an insert for the magazine. It contained gossip about the ruling Victorian Class of the British Isles, and beyond. This print, in color, shows Selous robust and powerful with leather knee boots as he stands next to a mounted lion head with two of his rifles nearby. A magnificent depiction as executed by "Spy" who was Lesie Ward (1851-1922) and the most famous portrait artist and caricaturist of his day. Image size 7.5 wide by 12.5 inches high.