According to the accompanying text, Robert Henry Forster, aka Bill, "has never been under any delusion as to the uses of a megaphone."
Vanity Fair was a popular weekly magazine of social, literary and political content that was published in London between 1868 and 1914. It contained articles on political, economic and social topics though as time passed political reports were de-emphasized in favor of society news and gossip. The full page color caricatures of famous men and women of the day were popular at the time and continue to be so today. The two most famous artists who worked for Vanity Fair were "Ape" (Carlo Pellegrini) and "Spy" (Leslie Ward), but many other artists provided images for this long running series of delightful caricatures.
16 x 10 ½ inches, sheet. Chromolithograph. Excellent condition.