“Merry England and Worth A Guinea a Minute”, Signed by the Artist Charles Johnson Payne using his Pseudonym “Snaffles”
This 1920’s chromolithographic print is by sporting artist Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), and is entitled, “Merry England and Worth A Guinea a Minute”. The artist has laid down the print on a support sheet with an after-mark drawing in the lower right corner of a fox leaping across a dyke. Titled and signed by the artist in lower left hand corner under his pseudonym “Snaffles.” Because of the artist hand-drawn after-mark – this is truly a one-of-a-kind piece.
Framed dimensions: 24 5/8" H x 22" W x 1" D
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