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Fair Diana
(England, 1884)
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These delightful prints are from a late 1800s children's story by "Wanderer" about the lady equestrian "Fair Diana", her beau Ralph, his uncle Sir Henry Branscombe (of Branscombe Hall fame) and the overfed - and underexercised - horse Lazybones, and the plan to get him (the horse, that is) back into prime shape!


Price per print: Print Only:  $30
Matting Charge:  $15
Framing & Matting Charge:  $100
Dimensions: Print Only:  8-1/2 x 5-1/4 inches
Matted:  12 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original colored lithograph
Year: 1884

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She stood in the middle with a whip.

Equestrian (No. 70030003)
"Cooked, by Jove!" said Ralph.

Equestrian (No. 70030004)
Ralph reached the Hall shortly before the dinner h

Equestrian (No. 70030005)
"How dare you speak to me, sir!"

Equestrian (No. 70030007)
An irate farmer seized the bridle.

Equestrian (No. 70030008)
"Have you asked her?" enquired Sir Henry.

Equestrian (No. 70030009)
"He does look pretty, my dear."

Equestrian (No. 70030011)
Over a couple of hurdles.

Equestrian (No. 70030012)
"And I Saw Miss Diana."

Equestrian (No. 70030013)
The Baker's Son.

Equestrian (No. 70030014)
She tried her best.

Equestrian (No. 70030016)
"Hurry up - or I shall let him go."

Equestrian (No. 70030018)
Mr. Toms picked himself up.

Equestrian (No. 70030019)
In pursuit of his wife.

Equestrian (No. 70030021)
"Here they come!"