Cecil Aldin (1870 – 1935)
48 x 40 cm
A jolly lithograph of an MFH and his hounds.
Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin was a British artist and illustrator best known for his paintings and sketches of animals, sports, and rural life. Aldin executed village scenes and rural buildings in chalk, pencil, and also wash sketching. He was an enthusiastic sportsman and a Master of Fox Hounds, and many of his pictures illustrated hunting. Aldin’s early influences included Randolph Caldecott and John Leech.
Condition: generally very good, a few marks to margins, one or two marks to frame.