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Golf Rule XXXI - Charles Crombie - Framed Print - 12"H x 16"W

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Golf Rule XXXI - Charles Crombie - Framed Print - 12"H x 16"W

Charles Exeter Devereux Crombie was a Scottish editorial cartoonist.

Charles Crombie specialised in cartoons and publication illustrations. His collection of humorous postcard cartoons "The Rules Of Golf" was published by Perrier in 1906, and rapidly became a best-selling series. Other similar sporting themes (including "The Rules Of Cricket") followed with equal commercial success.

He and his family lived at Hogarth House, in 1915, part of Hogarth House was sold to leading Bloomsbury Set socialites Leonard and Virginia Woolf, who named their hobby business the Hogarth Press after the building.

Charles Crombie continued to produce illustrations for books and magazines in the UK and US throughout the 1920s and 1930s.


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