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Roger Monk Esq.r Exon of His Majesty's Yeoman of the Guard, on duty at the Coronation of George IVth.
Roger Monk Esq.r Exon of His Majesty's Yeoman of the Guard, on duty at the Coronation of George IVth.
Painted by W. Pickersgill R.A. Drawn on Stone by Tho.s Fairland.
R. Martin, Lithog. 124. High Holborn [n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph with superb hand colour, J. Whatman 1827 watermark. Printed area 390 x 240mm (15¼ x 9¼"), with very large margins. Sellotape stain in upper right margin.
A full length portrait of Roger Monk (d.1831) in the Tudor-style uniform of the Yeoman of the Guard (Beefeaters). A London businessman, he purchased a commission in the Guards, becoming Exon (equivalent to Corporal but in the Elizabethan meaning of a commissioned officer, similar to a captain) in 1805, holding the position until his death. Monk's uniform cost over £300 and was the last of its kind to be made for officers, being too expensive for the few ceremonial occasions for its use. Monk commissioned this oil, which now hangs in the hall of the Tallow Chandlersí Company, of which Monk had been master in 1826.
www.yeomenoftheguard.co.uk/roger-monk
[Ref: 55490]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Royal Horse Artillery.]
[Royal Horse Artillery.]
Gilbert Holiday.
[n.d., c.1920.]
Photolithograph. 255 x 400mm (10 x 15¾"), trimmed to image and laid on board, as issued.
Charles Gilbert Holiday (1879-1937) worked as an illustrator at The Graphic, The Tatler and The Illustrated London News before the Great War. Receiving a commission with The Royal Field Artillery, he served with distinction at Arras, Passchendaele and the Third Battle of Ypres. After the war he returned to his main interest, painting horses. Lionel Edwards said: ''no one can, or ever could, paint a horse in action better than Gilbert could''.
[Ref: 55433]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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