|Method||Lithograph with hand colouring|
|Artist||C. A. Fesch|
|Published||London Published May 16th 1887 by F. C. McQueen & Sons, 181 Tottenham Court Road, W Stiefbold & Co. Berlin, Knoedler & Co. New York - Copyright Registered.|
|Dimensions||Image 472 x 772 mm|
A scene from the International Sculling Match of 1886 which was won by the Australian sculler William "Bill" Beach (1850 - 1935). Beach was the world Sculling Champion between 1884 and 1887.
Inscription above image reads: McQueen's Aquatic Sports.
C. A. Fesch was an artist and lithographer active in the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century. Fesch is best known for sporting and equestrian scenes including 'Going to the Meet, Present Day', c.1900, 'Cycling at Alexandra Palace',1886, and 'Stagecoach to St. Albans' c.1880.
F. C. McQueen & Sons was an English print publishers based in London in the late nineteenth-century. In the 1890's the firm was run as a partnership between Charles Henry McQueen and Frederick George McQueen. They are best known for publishing sporting and hunting prints, and the photoengravings of J. Lowy.