Original 1900 Vanity Fair Boer War double page military chromolithograph entitled "A General Group" by Spy (Leslie Ward). Sir Leslie Matthew Ward (1851-1922) was a British portrait artist and caricaturist whose work was regularly published by Vanity Fair under the pseudonym of "Spy". Inscriptions on the page read as follows:
Supplement to Vanity Fair
Novr. 29th, 1900
"A General Group"
Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. lith.
General Hector MacDonald, General Baden-Powell, Lord Dundonald, General Pole-Carew
General Archibald Hunter, Sir Redvers Buller, Lord Roberts, Lord Kitchener, Sir Frederick Carrington,
Sir George White, Colonel Plumer, General French.
It comes ready to display nicely matted and framed. Can also be shipped unframed if preferred to minimize shipping cost. In very good used condition with folds as issued, light toning and minor imperfections as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Frame: 28 1/2" by 23 1/2"; Image: 18" by 13" approximately.
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