HL110Regular price £375.00
A large and unique former museum piece. This early 1900s monchrome watercolour hunting print features the names and faces of the hunters photographically superimposed in a collage style. It includes colourful characters such as Sir Charles Mordaunt, who threatened to mention King Edward VIII in divorce proceedings against his wife.
Original distressed wood frame, with glass, ready to hang. Please study photos carefully as they form part of the description.
Provenance: Originally owned by Capt. George Little, then the Warwick County Museum, most recently out of Newbold Pacey Hall in Warwick.
Height: 61cm / 24"
Width: 92cm / 36"
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