An Painter's Model
An Artist's Model is a two-act musical by Owen Hall. It opened at Daly's Theatre in London, produced by George Edwardes and directed by James T. Tanner, on 2 February 1895, The success of An Artist's Model in 1895 had set the pattern for the Hall, Greenbank and Jones Edwardian musical comedies. Intrerestingly, the art was by Julius Mendes Price (1857 – 29 September 1924). He was an artist, war correspondent, explorer, traveller, journalist and caricaturist for Vanity Fair (signed "Imp", "Jmp" or "jmp").