Artist, illustrator and joke cartoonist George Denholm Armour studied
art in Scotland and later moved to London, where he shared a studio
with Phil May. He fought in World War I and was awarded the OBE in
1917. He produced sporting drawings for Punch, becoming one of their
best known equestrian artists. He drew for many of the top publications
of the day, working mainly in pen, brush, Indian ink and watercolour.
This original, published in Punch on 15th December 1926, is a fine
example of his work.
Signed original in pen and Indian ink on art board in excellent
condition. Approx overall size 13.5ins x 10.75ins (345mm x 272mm)
For Sale - Price on application