(Edward) Linley Sambourne

Artwork

Untitled (Lord Rothchild), c.1880
(Edward) Linley Sambourne

Untitled (Lord Rothchild), c.1880

Lithograph

17.50 x 22 in

$250.00

Untitled (Lord Rothschild), c.1880
(Edward) Linley Sambourne

Untitled (Lord Rothschild), c.1880

Lithograph

17.50 x 22 in

$950.00

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(Edward) Linley Sambourne
Edward Linley Sambourne (1844-1910) was an English cartoonist and illustrator most famous for being a draughtsman for the satirical magazine Punch for more than forty years and rising to the position of ‘First Cartoonist’ in his final decade. In 1861 Sambourne was apprenticed to John Penn & Son, marine engineers of Greenwich. Initially he worked under the founder’s son, John Penn Jr but was moved to the drawing office when his employer discovered his aptitude for draft drawing. In his spare time Sambourne continued to draw caricatures and study the great graphic artists such as William Hogarth and Albrecht Dürer.
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