Victorian Vanity Fair Cartoon, ‘horses’, by Spy, dated May 5th 1888
Materials: lithograph on paper, wood
Artist/Designer: Spy (Leslie Ward)
Dimensions: frame size 47cm x 34cm
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Colonel Wellington Henry Stapleton-Cotton, 2nd Viscount Combermere (1818-1891), was a British soldier and Conservative politician. Throughout his military career and on Combermere distinguished himself as a sportsman acquiring a reputation of being a good shooter, steeple chase rider, and keen fly-fisherman. He also bread horses, was a keen foxhunter, and often judged at the Royal Agricultural and other shows in Islington and Birmingham.