Vanity Fair Hunting Print 'The Master of the Blankney'
Vanity Fair Hunting Print 'The Master of the Blankney'
Vanity Fair Hunting Print 'The Master of the Blankney'

Vanity Fair Hunting Print 'The Master of the Blankney'

c. 1904 England

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Vanity Fair Fox Hunting Print 'The Master of the Blankney' after Bede.
A mounted chromolithograph print published 4th January, 1906, by Multi - Colour Printing Coy. (1904), Ltd, for Vanity Fair. The picture is titled 'The Master of the Blankney' (Lincolnshire) and is an original print of Mr. Edgar Lubbock by Bede and is in reasonable condition but with slight marking. Lubbock is shown in his hunting pink, riding hat and holding a riding crop behind his back.

Edgar Lubbock (1847 – 1907) was an English amateur footballer who twice won the FA Cup. He was educated at Eton College where he became a member of their football and cricket teams. He played for Marylebone Cricket Club, I Zingari and the Gentlemen of Kent. Lubbock later became a partner in the Whitbread Brewery, a Director and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England and the Master of the Blankney Foxhounds.

Vanity Fair was published in London from 1869 to 1914, and each magazine would contain a loose print of a caricature painted by various artists and would come with an amusing biography. 'Spy' worked for Vanity Fair for 40 years until it ceased publication in 1914 and is possibly the most well known of the VF artists.
Very Good
Dimensions
Height 22.50 cm (8.86 inches)
Width 20.00 cm (7.87 inches)
External Height 49.00 cm (19.29 inches)
External Width 34.50 cm (13.58 inches)
Stock Code
25542
Medium
print
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