The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Temple




15.4 x 10.1 cm (6 x 4 inches)

Spy's feature caricature in Vanity Fair, facing p. 160 in Forty Years of 'Spy'.

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About this time I made my mental notes for the Vanity Fair drawing of Archbishop Temple in St. Paul's Cathedral. The prelate had then become almost blind, and had to be conducted to and from the pulpit. [Continued below.]

Photograph and text 2023 by Philip V. Allingham.

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Other Political Vanity Fair Caricatures

  • Augustus Charles Hobart-Hampton (Hobart Pasha)
  • Sir Robert William Edis
  • Sir Benjamin Disraeli (Statesmen, No. 1) 30 January 1869
  • Alfred Scott-Gatty, C.V.O. (Garter King-at-Arms) 1905