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A very nice framed golfing chromolithograph after J. Hassall entitled 'Bad Lie'. The picture depicts a golfer playing out of the rough, being watched by his female partner and caddies.
John Hassall was born in Kent in 1868 and lived until 1948. He was one of the most influential illustrators of the early twentieth century and illustrated ads, prints, pottery and postcards in England. He was a contemporary of Cecil Aldin and similarly a member of the London Sketch Club and produced several well known golfing images.
|Height||25.00 cm||(9.84 inches)|
|Width||67.50 cm||(26.57 inches)|
|External Height||55.00 cm||(21.65 inches)|
|External Width||97.00 cm||(38.19 inches)|
Manfred Schotten Antiques
109 High Street