C1891

Picture Sunday. (What our artist has to put up with)

Engraving from the original edition of the Punch magazine, a comical and satirical series which ran from the 1850’s, many well known illustrators contributed to it.

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Full Title:

Picture Sunday. (What our artist has to put up with)

Date:

C1891

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

173mm 
x 113mm

Paper Size: 

196mm 
x 154mm
AUTHENTICITY
Picture Sunday. (What our artist has to put up with) - Antique Print from 1891

Genuine antique
dated:

1891

Description:

Engraving from the original edition of the Punch magazine, a comical and satirical series which ran from the 1850’s, many well known illustrators contributed to it.

John Leech (1817 - 1864)

Leech was a cartoonist and caricaturist educated at Charterhouse and then studied medicine but turned to art. From 1841 he contributed hundreds of sketches of middle-class life and political cartoons to Punch, as well as the Illustrated London News (1856). Over the next twenty-three years Punch Magazine published 3,000 of Leech's drawings and 600 cartoons.

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