Aldin, Cecil

  • Set of Four Hunting Types: A Timber Topper with the Quorn Lithograph (one of four), 13 x 16 inches (plate size)
  • Set of Four Hunting Types: A Warwickshire Thruster Lithograph (one of four), 13 x 16 inches (plate size)
  • Set of Four Hunting Types: The Duke of Beaufort's Stone Wall Country Lithograph (one of four), 13 x 16 inches (plate size)
  • Set of Four Hunting Types: A Pytchley Double Oxer Lithograph (one of four), 13 x 16 inches (plate size)
  • “Activity” Photolithograph

(1870-1935)

Cecil Aldin was born in Slough, the son of a successful builder. His skills for portraying animals and rural life developed at an early age. Throughout his life he was rarely seen without his sketch book and hunting was never far from his thoughts, his real ambition was achieved when he became Master of the South Berks Foxhounds. In the Times Obituary he was described as one of the leading spirits in the renaissance of British sporting art.