Fine original colour lithographs from Vanity Fair, a magazine which was published from 1869 – 1914, featuring a large caricature portrait each week. These were drawn by various artists, the most famous of whom was Leslie Ward who used the ‘nom de crayon’ of “Spy”. Each lithograph is mounted or matted and ready to frame using archivist quality materials. They are presented in a cellophane wrapper with our label guaranteeing authenticity. We pack these portraits very well between sheets of hardboard. These prestigious and attractive caricature portraits start at £30.
Below is just a small example of our extensive range.
Signor Tommaso Salvini
Conservative Whip Viscount Churchill
Isabella II Queen of Spain
Jack In The Box
Men of the Day Preacher
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