Antique Engraving Poster Set Chromolithographs HWB Davis RA FD Millet Frans Hals Sir J E Millais PRA. Set of 5 chromolithograph prints featuring paintings of prominent artists. 1. Mother and Son depicting a white horse with a brown foal on a pasture and the sea in the background, created by an English landscape and animal painter Henry William Banks Davis (1833-1914); 2. Between Two Fires depicting a man sitting at the table and two ladies looking at him, created in c. 1892 by an American academic classical painter Francis Davis Millet (1848-1912); 3. Laughing Cavalier' depicting a man in silk baroque period costume, created in 1624 by a Dutch Golden Age painter Frans Hals (c.1582-1666); 4. The Toast depicting a group of people toasting to the hostess seen sitting at the head of the table, with a fireplace and a crystal chandelier above the table, created in 1913 by Richard Jack (1866-1952), a portrait, interior and landscape painter and prominent war artist for Canada; 5. The Boyhood of Raleigh' depicting two young boys, one of whom is an explorer Sir Walter Raleigh, sitting on the ground as they listen to a barefoot Genoese sailor telling stories as he is pointing at the sea, created in 1870 by Sir John Everett Millais (1829-1896), an English painter and illustrator. Good condition, pinholes, creasing, staining, embossed image. Country of issue: UK, designer: As stated in the description, size (cm): 49x60, year of printing: 1910s.