Etching, drypoint, and aquatint, printed in brown/black ink; pencil signed and editioned; artist's proof from an unknown edition; printed by the artist on a heavy, antique-white wove. Not in Dickens. In 1914 Walcot did a large etching and drypoint (Dickens 20, H/L 35) titled “The Trojan Horse”. The Sotheby's sale of 6/27/01 of the Leverhume Collection included an artist's proof of this print, titled “Virgil's Aeneid - Book 2, The Trojan Horse”, lot 463. Lot 469 was titled “Palace at Thebes, Egypt” which was also an artist's proof, which was a similar size to the print we are offering (no image was available). This title is not noted in either Dickens or Harvey-Lee. This impression may be the same as lot 469 before the plate was trimmed, or another print entirely.