Postcard produced by the Fawcett Library of a black and white reproduction of a painting by Bertha Newcombe, of a mid-Victorian scene in Westminster Hall. An elderly woman in bonnet and shawl sits by an apple stall, and two younger women with bonnets and full skirts, one holding a parasol, talk to a man in a tailcoat. The image is printed on glossy white card, with a printed text explanation to the right, sideways on. The reverse is blank.
Artist Note - Bertha Newcombe was a book illustrator, landscape, figure and flower painter; worked in London and Croydon; elected NEA (1888); produced illustrations for 'English Illustrated Magazine' (1895-1897)