Edward John Hughes, ‘The Old Empress Figurehead In Stanley Park (From A Folio Of Linocuts Of Vancouver’S Stanley Park Including Artists Paul Goranson And Orville Fisher)’, 1939, Waddington's
Edward John Hughes, ‘The Old Empress Figurehead In Stanley Park (From A Folio Of Linocuts Of Vancouver’S Stanley Park Including Artists Paul Goranson And Orville Fisher)’, 1939, Waddington's
Edward John Hughes, ‘The Old Empress Figurehead In Stanley Park (From A Folio Of Linocuts Of Vancouver’S Stanley Park Including Artists Paul Goranson And Orville Fisher)’, 1939, Waddington's

From the Catalogue:
A print of this edition is held in the Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, as “The Old Empress of Japan Figurehead, Stanley Park”, 1939. The figurehead is from the Royal Mail Ship Empress of Japan, the trans-Pacific ocean liner of the Canadian Pacific Railway built in England, it remained in active service until 1922.
Courtesy of Waddington's

Signature: signed, titled, dated /39 and numbered indistinctly in an edition of 60 (36/60?) in pencil to margin

Ian Thom, E.J. Hughes, 2002, reproduced page 37

Private Collection, Vancouver