John Cranch Walker Vivian Vanity Fair Print

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Hussy Vivian

John Cranch Walker Vivian

John Cranch Walker Vivian

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John Cranch Walker Vivian Vanity Fair Print

Original Lithograph  with the caption at the bottom of the print: Always Pleasant, Always Genial

Vivian was the second son of the Lieutenant-general Sir Richard Hussey Vivian and his first wife Eliza De Crespigny, daughter of Philip Campion De Crespigny. Born at the Château de Rosamel in Frencq, France, he was educated at Eton College and joined the 11th Hussars as cornet in February 1836. He became a lieutenant in December 1837, captain in April 1840 and retired in 1842. Vivian was a Deputy Lieutenant and JP for Cornwall.

Published: 05-Nov-1870 Signed by: APE, Carlo Pellegrini . Dimensions approximately 23cm x 35cm.

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