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James H Thorpe coloured wash pen & ink sketch most likely a print of cricket match scene signed.

James Thorpe, (1876-1949), was the author and illustrator of 'A Cricket Bag', published in 1929. He also illustrated de Selincourt's 'Over' published in 1932. He was a contributor to 'Punch' (1909-1938) and 'The Graphic' (1908-1915).

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30 by 22.2 cm


Our Village Captain. " Look out for this chap, Fred. He made eight against us last year."

In good condition for age with some foxing of the mount but not apparently the print.

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