The International Sculling Match. Final Heat Putney to Mortlake, Sept. 1st. 1886.

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
Notes 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.
Framing mounted
Price £2,000.00
Stock ID 29890