Guth was a French portrait artist, active from 1875 until a few months before his death. From 1884 to 1920, Guth’s work was published in the French magazine L’Illustration and from 1889 to 1909 in Vanity Fair, signing himself “GUTH”. Among his many portraits for Vanity Fair were his images of Queen Victoria, Anatole France, and Alfred Dreyfus. After the death of “Ape” in 1889, “Spy” and Guth were the only regular contributors to the magazine’s weekly colour portrait feature.
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