The Vanity Fair Print Company specializes exclusively in Antique Caricature Prints from the English Vanity Fair Magazine. They are probably one of the largest company in the world to provide these wonderful and widely collected prints which were originally offered as a supplement to each weekly edition of the magazine from 1869 to 1914. They are based in the USA, but also operate from Writhing in the UK to better serve their customers there and in Europe. They began selling Antique Prints in Norwich Norfolk, on the East Coast of the UK, on September 15th 1985
For over 45 years, from 1868 to 1914, Vanity Fair displayed its political, social and literary wares weekly for the nineteenth-century Pilgrim. Inviting its readers to recognize the vanities of human existence, the publication, through its original format, prose and colored caricatures, became the envy and model of other Society magazines. The most successful Society magazine in the history of English journalism was the result of the guiding genius of its founder and editor, Thomas Gibson Bowles (1842-1922), set against a background of historical circumstances ranging from the more mundane -- technological breakthroughs in printing and lithography -- to the sublime, the British Empire at its height.
Written by and for the Victorian and Edwardian establishment, Vanity Fair was the magazine for those "in the know." Members of the Smart Set delighted in finding themselves caricatured in prose and picture. For them, Vanity Fair summarized each week the importantly events of their world. It reviewed the newest opening in the West End and the latest novel in the club's library; it aroused their curiosity and envy; it angered and amused them.
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||The Vanity Fair Print Company specializes exclusively in Antique Caricature
Prints from the English Vanity Fair Magazine. They are probably one of the
largest company in the world to provide these wonderful and widely collected
prints which were originally offered as a supplement to each weekly edition of
the magazine from 1869 to 1914.
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