Dadd, Frank, 1851-1929, Lord Kitchener's carriage passing down Constitution Hill on its way to St. James's Palace, 1902
Lord Kitchener's carriage passing down Constitution Hill on its way to St. James's Palace.
- London?, 1902.
- Physical Description:
- 1 drawing : watercolor en grisaille, on board ; 28 x 37 cm
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Drawings & Watercolors
- "Drawn by Frank Dadd, R.I."--Printed caption.
Dated, in graphite, on reverse: "July 19, 1902."
Produced for the Graphic.
Depicts Lord Kitchener's return in triumph from the Boer War. The image shows the General in an open carriage receiving the acclamation of the crown, an Honour Guard of Colonial Troops lining the roadside. He was invited that evening to dinner at the Palace. Kitchener's controversial handling of the South African crisis was rewarded with a Viscountcy, promotion to the rang of General, an award of £50,000, and a membership of the Order of Merit.
- Subject Terms:
- Carriages & coaches.Graphic (London, England) -- Illustrations.Kitchener, Horatio Herbert Kitchener, Earl, 1850-1916.Processions -- England -- London.South African War, 1899-1902 -- Pictorial works.
- Periodical illustrations.
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