This illustration depicts uncle Lubin escaping from the flood using his upturned umbrella as a boat. Uncle Lubin comes from the children’s book "The Adventures of Uncle Lubin" written and illustrated by Heath Robinson in 1902. Uncle Lubin is a little old man in a tall hat and long coat. No mortal could compare with him for ingenuity and inventiveness. He could do wonderful things with a piece of knotted string. The story describes his attempt to retrieve nephew baby Peter from the clutches of the wicked bag bird.
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This print is mounted ready to fit your choice of frame.
H 25.5cm(10ins) x W 20.5 (8ins)
Print size 19cm(7.5ins)x14cm(5.5ins