Royal Victoria Gallery (British, after 1837-circa 1854)
A full-length silhouette of a Gentleman, profile to the left, riding his galloping horse and wearing peaked cap, coat, waistcoat, trousers, chemise, stock and cravat, the reins of his horse clasped in his hands, his riding crop in his right.
Cut-out on card and bronzed, signed on the obverse and dated Frith 1846, gilt-wood frame; the reverse bearing a printed poem titled, IMPROMPTU LINES/ ON VIEWING AN ETCHING BY FRITH/ OF/ A. J. CAMERON ESQUIRE/ IN THE POSSESSION OF/ MR ANDERSON, QUEEN STRRET.
Rectangular, 427mm (16 13/16in) wide
Provenance: The Sykes Collection.