Assault-at-arms at St. James's Hall, conducted by the London Athletic Club.

Title: Assault-at-arms at St. James's Hall, conducted by the London Athletic Club.
Date: C1882
Artist: Alfred Chantrey Corbould (1852-1920)
Image Size: 147mm x 230mm (5.79" x 9.06")
Technique: Engraving.
Condition: In good condition.
Stock Number: ILN SP FEN 822549 (NIT) (DRW06)
37077
Price: $A 35
Description:

 C19th engraving a fencing match.

1. Corporal-Trumpeter Golding with the Bugle captured at Kassassin.

2 and 3. Regimental Corporal-Major Grieves and Corporal Saunders.

4. Behind the scenes: Looking at the Kassassin Lions.

5. MacPherson and Purve's Box of Tools.

From the original edition of the Illustrated London News.

Biography:

Alfred Chantrey Corbould (1852-1920)

Book and magazine illustrator; born in London, a member of the large Corbould family of painters. Studied with his maternal uncle Charles Keene; from 1871 contributed to Punch, specializing in fox-hunting scenes; exhibited RA 1879–87; also contributed to the Graphic and was sent to illustrate the Russo-Turkish war 1877.

He was a member of Royal Society of British Artists from 1893.