In the Clouds [Hiram Stevens Maxim]

PART OF:
Collection of aeronautical portrait prints
Made:
1904 in London
artist:
Leslie Ward
publisher:
Vanity Fair
In the Clouds [Hiram Stevens Maxim] In the Clouds [Hiram Stevens Maxim] (print; chromolithograph; portrait; caricature)

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In the Clouds [Hiram Stevens Maxim]
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Portrait. Chromolithograph. 'In the Clouds' [Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim] Men of the Day No. 943 / by 'Spy' [ie Leslie Ward], [London], Vanity Fair 1904 Dec.15. ; 39x27cm. Cartoon of Sir Hiram Maxim (1840-1916), inventor of a steam driven flying machine (1894) of great size, cost and failure, standing FL before a device resembling a hungry shark

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1950-302/20
type:
print, chromolithograph, portrait and caricature
credit:
Penn-Gaskell Collection