The Opportunist (after Abraham Solomon)

Made:
1960 in England
maker:
Terence Tenison Cuneo

Print, The Opportunist, by Terence Cuneo, about 1960. Depicts three anthropomorphic mice in a first class railway compartment of about 1855. A mouse dressed as a soldier is talking to a female mouse, as her elderly chaperone mouse sleeps. On the seat is a copy of the newspaper, Daily Nibble. Signed by the artist at bottom left, with the title below. A handwritten message beneath reads "To George, with every good wish, Terry." After Abraham Solomon's original version of First Class, The Meeting, and at first meeting loved, which was also known as The Return, Second Class.

Details

Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
2002-8347
type:
print
credit:
Onslow's

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