The Deutsch Prize

Made:
1901 in London
artist:
George Hum
publisher:
Vanity Fair
printer:
Vincent Brooks, Day and Son Limited
The Deutsch Prize (print; chromolithograph; portrait) The Deutsch Prize (print; chromolithograph; portrait) The Deutsch Prize (print; chromolithograph; portrait)

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print. chromolithograph. portrait. [Alberto Santos-Dumont] 'the Deutsch Prize', Men of the Day No.829 / by Geo.Hum, [London], Vanity Fair 1901 Nov. 14, c40x27cm. Note: Cartoon of dirigible airship "SANTOS. DUMONT. No.6". with Alberto Santos-Dumont HL to R in basket. Airship circuited from Saint-Cloud to Eiffel Tower and back within thirty minutes to win Fr.100,000 from petroleum magnate Henri Deutsch de la Meurthe, 1901 Oct. 19. Powered by gasolene with Buchet motor and propeller, and cigar-shaped Japanese silk to Santos-Dumont's own design (No.6).

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
R2000623
Materials:
paper (fibre product)
Measurements:
overall (estimate): 400 x 270 mm
weight: 1.3kg
weight: 2.86602lbs
type:
print, chromolithograph and portrait
credit:
Penn-Gaskell Collection