Etching, very rare. Plate: 100 x 150mm, (4 x 6"). Trimmed. Laid on card.
Portrait of a male lacrosse player by Philip Pimlott (1871-1960). The figure holds the typical short stick of the midfielder or attacker. Lacrosse developed in Canada and the US from a similar sport played by the indiginous peoples whose games formed part of ceremonial celebrations and could last for several days.
[Ref: 35196] £190.00