Low, David Alexander Cecil, 1891-1963 :Old Low's almanac. Prophecies for 1939. Isolation at last. Lord Beaverbrook, disgusted with Europe, shifts the capital of the British Empire to Labrador. [January 1939?]
Reference Number: NON-ATL-C-0124
Three men in Eskimo-style clothing, fishing amidst ice-floes, with a seal behind them, its arm around a copy of the British newspaper Daily Express, and a Union Jack flying alongside. The man on the left is the cartoonist, David Low, the middle one is Lord Beaverbrook, the one on the right is unknown. He has mutton chop whiskers and is smoking a cigar.
1 image, categorised under Portraits, Ink drawings and Caricatures, related to Max Aitken Beaverbrook, Sir David Alexander Cecil Low, Daily Express (Newspaper), Newfoundland, Newspapers, Imperialism - British, Flags - Great Britain, Eskimos, Fishing and Seals (Animals).
Low, David Alexander Cecil, 1891-1963 :Old Low's almanac. Prophecies for 1939. Isolation at last. Lord Beaverbrook, disgusted with Europe, shifts the capital of the British Empire to Labrador. [January 1939?], Reference Number NON-ATL-C-0124 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink, chinese white & pencil on card, 370 x 545 mm. Single art work
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Under copyright. Library may have copyright holder's address.
Other copies available: Colour laser printIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-007795)
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