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.
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