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Object Name
magazine
Description
'Ducker'

An unframed print published in Vanity Fair magazine of Mr Douglas Hamilton Mclean.

Drawn by Leslie "Spy" Ward, 1879.

This print is one of a number featuring prominent oarsman which were published by the magazine ‘Vanity Fair’ during its existence between 1868 and 1914. Vanity Fair was a popular society magazine and published, in total, over 2,300 profiles. Many of the portraits were drawn by Leslie Ward (1851-1922), better known as ‘Spy’, who contributed a total of 1325 works to the magazine.








Mr Mclean is stood smoking a cigarette in one hand and holds a riding crop in his other hand. He wears brown shoes, breeches, brown coat, grey gloves and pair of glasses.

This print is one of a number featuring prominent oarsman which were published by the magazine ‘Vanity Fair’ during its existence between 1868 and 1914. Vanity Fair was a popular society magazine and published, in total, over 2,300 profiles. Many of the portraits were drawn by Leslie Ward (1851-1922), better known as ‘Spy’, who contributed a total of 1325 works to the magazine.
Accession No
1997.102.6
Collection
Rowing
Associated Date
1879
Associated Period
19th century
Date
1879

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