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John Byam Shaw (United Kingdom, 1872-1919) mixed media (pen, ink and watercolor) illustration on paper/board titled "The Boy King", depicting a young Arabian king seated on a throne flanked by male attendants with females seated before him and an warrior with weapons. Signed lower right "Byam-Shaw" within a scroll. Unframed, hinge mounted in a cream silk matte. Sheet – 9 1/4" H x 6" W. Early 20th century. Note: This illustration was published in the book "The Adventures of Akbar" by Flora Anne Steel, William Heinemann Publishers, 1913, page 16. CONDITION: Unframed, hinge mounted to matte board. Overall very good condition.