Fri 23 May 2008, The Independent

Christopher Nevinson: He Gained a Fortune but He Gave a Son (1918)

By Tom Lubbock
The Labour activists in Crewe who stalked the Tory dressed in top hats and tails hoped to cast him as a "Lord Snooty" figure. Their semiotics were imprecise. They were sporting grey toppers and standard wedding gear. The Beano toff wears a black top hat with a short bum-freezer jacket.
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