Edward Windsor, Prince of Wales, as an old man marrying his landlady's daughter..
Edward VII as an adipose angel complete with lyre or as the fat-man wonder at a circus.
These are some of the cartoons drawn by that dilettante, Max Beerbohm.
These pictures were exhibited at the Leicester Galleries in London and caused a great deal of adverse criticism and a minimum of praise. Even the ultra-radical journal, The Daily Herald, while stressing the significance of the Prince of Wales as Edward Windsor, does not hesitate to imply that it opposes attacking the Royal...