Colour print of a painting depicting four small boys standing on an open field; the leftmost one holds a cricket bat in his right hand, the next one bends down, looking into a bag, the middle one 'flips' a cricket bat up in the air, the rightmost boy holds a cricket ball, looks up at the bat. The artist of the original painting is Robert James, the image depicting Nottingham chimney-sweeps. Five-line border drawn on mount, to give illusion of depth. Black and gold wooden frame. Label attached to glass u.l.c. "198'. Verso framer label and white label with '71' in black pen.
0 - Whole: H: 541 W: 471 D: 23mm (H: 21 5/16 W: 18 9/16 D: 7/8")
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by Mr Anthony Baer.