Kent v Lancashire 1906 is the story of a remarkable painting, commissioned at the height of cricket's golden age. Jonathan Rice tells the story of the match depicted, of the painting's creation and influence on sporting art. He traces the careers of the players portrayed, and contrasts the game in 1906 with cricket in Britain today.
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About the Author
Jonathan Rice has written more than 50 books, on subjects as varied as Japan, popular music, and television sitcoms, but his specialist subject is cricket. His Pavilion Book of Pavilions won a William Hill Sports Book award, and his Presidents of MCC was shortlisted for Sports Book Of The Year. For many years Jonathan wrote for Wisden Cricket Monthly. In 2018 he was president of Kent County Cricket Club.