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'Ape Junior'

(active 1910), Caricaturist in Vanity Fair

Artist of 15 portraits

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Sir Oswald Stoll (né Gray) ('Men of the Day. No. 1260.

Sir Oswald Stoll (né Gray) ('Men of the Day. No. 1260. "The Coliseum."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 4 January 1911
NPG D45590

Clarence Francis Ravenscroft ('Men of the Day. No. 1261.

Clarence Francis Ravenscroft ('Men of the Day. No. 1261. "The Birkbeck."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 11 January 1911
NPG D45591

Sir Charles Montague Lush ('Men of the Day. No. 1262.

Sir Charles Montague Lush ('Men of the Day. No. 1262. "Like Father like Son."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 11 January 1911
NPG D45592

Daniel Patrick Driscoll ('Men of the Day. No. 1266.

Daniel Patrick Driscoll ('Men of the Day. No. 1266. "An Old War Horse."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 15 February 1911
NPG D45596

Ernest Collins ('Men of the Day. No. 1268.

Ernest Collins ('Men of the Day. No. 1268. "A Great Engineer."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 1 March 1911
NPG D45598

Sir Harry Trelawney Eve ('Men of the Day. No. 1270.

Sir Harry Trelawney Eve ('Men of the Day. No. 1270. "A Good Judge."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 15 March 1911
NPG D45600

Sir Julian Walter Orde ('Men of the Day. No. 1271.

Sir Julian Walter Orde ('Men of the Day. No. 1271. "A Popular Secretary."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 22 March 1911
NPG D45601

Robert Croft Bourne ('Men of the Day. No. 1272.

Robert Croft Bourne ('Men of the Day. No. 1272. "a good stroke."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 29 March 1911
NPG D45602

Edgar Sheppard ('Men of the Day. No. 1274.

Edgar Sheppard ('Men of the Day. No. 1274. "the Sub-Dean.'")

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 12 April 1911
NPG D45604

Robert Baden-Powell ('Men of the Day. No. 1275.

Robert Baden-Powell ('Men of the Day. No. 1275. "Boy Scouts."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 19 April 1911
NPG D45605

Christopher Clarke Hutchinson ('Men of teh Day. No. 1277.

Christopher Clarke Hutchinson ('Men of teh Day. No. 1277. "Hutchy."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 3 May 1911
NPG D45607

Montagu Alexander Pyke ('Men of the Day. No. 1279.

Montagu Alexander Pyke ('Men of the Day. No. 1279. "Cinematographs."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 17 May 1911
NPG D45609

King George V ('His Majesty the King.'), by 'Ape Junior' - NPG D45615

King George V ('His Majesty the King.')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 14 June 1911
NPG D45615

Sir Thomas Edward Scrutton ('Men of the Day. No. 1285.

Sir Thomas Edward Scrutton ('Men of the Day. No. 1285. "Copyright."')

by 'Ape Junior'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 28 June 1911
NPG D45616

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