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Tennis Stevengraph

£ 830

Reference
18278
Height
5.5 cm (2 1/4")
Width
15.5 cm (6")
Framed Height
16 cm (6 1/4")
Framed Width
23 cm (9")
TENNIS STEVENGRAPH. A rare late 19th century woven silk Stevengraph of a Tennis Match entitled " The First Set ". This example forms part of a series by Thomas Stevens of Coventry depicting sporting and other subjects. Reframed with original mount. Thomas Stevens was the sole inventor and manufacturer of the 'Stevengraph Pure Silk Woven Pictures '. The list of Stevengraphs printed on the back of the picture are: The Good Old Days (Royal mail Coach.) The First Train. The Present Time. The Meet (A Hunting Scene.) Full Cry (A Hunting Scene.) The Death (A Hunting Scene.) Called To The Rescue (A Life Boat Scens.) For Life or Death (Fire Engine.) The First Touch (A Football Match.) The Start (A Race Scene.) The Finish (Companion to Above.) Are You Ready? (Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race.) The Final Spurt (Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race.) The Slip (A Coursing Scene.) The First Point (A Coursing Scene.) The Lady Godiva Procession. God Speed The Plough. The Water Jump (A Steeplechase.) The First Set (A Lawn Tennis Scene.)
Height
5.5 cm (2 1/4")
Width
15.5 cm (6")
Framed Height
16 cm (6 1/4")
Framed Width
23 cm (9")
Year
1890