The print was gifted by the artist to his younger brother Walter Coleridge Richmond Feb 3. 1889.
Walter Richmond was a man of delightful personality and charm, of undoubted ability, a keen shot and sportsman, being interested in all outdoor life, and useful in his younger days at ball games; his recollections of Lord’s cricket ground extended over 70 years. During his whole life he never lost his early love of art and music, and was an able judge of pictures and furniture. He married, in 1894, Clara, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Parker, J.P., of Parkfield, Potter’s Bar. [The Times obituary 21 May, 1931]