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Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943)

‘Motor Show, 1930’

An original, large-format pen and ink cartoon by Frederick Gordon Crosby published in ‘The Motor’ magazine in 1930, depicting that year’s motor show in full swing, with a self-caricature showing the artist as a portly figure in ‘Plus-4s’, along with an effete car salesman believed to be Charles Follett, surrounded by other caricatured personalities of the motoring world. Signed ‘FGC’ lower right and dated 1930.

Framed within a black oak stain frame, with acid-free mount and glazed.

Size: 26 x 29 inches (66 x 74 cm).

Provenance: Lord Montagu of Beaulieu (1926-2015).

Price Code: ££££

Reference: 3611

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