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Cecil Aldin Cheating The Toll

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Category
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Reference
26627
Height
37 cm (14 1/2")
Width
69 cm (27 1/4")
Framed Height
60.5 cm (23 3/4")
Framed Width
92.5 cm (36 1/2")
'Cheating The Toll' by Cecil Aldin.
A colourful coaching chromolithographic print after Cecil Aldin entitled: Cheating the Toll. Published by Louis Meyer, The Black & White Gallery, 37 Old Bond Street. W. July 1900. The image depicts a coach racing through the gates to avoid pay the toll.

Louis Meyer helped Aldin to break into the print market by being one of the first to encourage him to design carriage and stagecoach pictures.

Cecil Aldin (1870 - 1935) was a prolific painter, not only did he paint the golfing scenes he also painted sensitive depictions of his dogs and scenes of hunting and racing. Aldin was the Master of the South Berkshire Hunt and was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1898.
Height
37 cm (14 1/2")
Width
69 cm (27 1/4")
Framed Height
60.5 cm (23 3/4")
Framed Width
92.5 cm (36 1/2")
Condition
Very Good
Year
C. 1910
Period
1900-1949
Medium
Lithograph
Country
United Kingdom