A very, very attractively preserved rarer "six color" version of Gawin Kirkham's famous color lithograph, "The Broad and the Narrow Way."
Gawin Kirkham was one of the most influential open-air preachers of the late 19th century in England. He preached missions all over England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, including for C. H. Spurgeon, who wrote the recommendation for his book on open-air preaching.
He initially encountered this image as an original painting in Holland. Sensing it's clarity and helpfulness, he had a 9 x 12 foot version produced which he preached in front of at his open air services. Then, these copies, 18 x 24 inches, would be sold afterward should any want to purchase them.
There was a tinted edition and a six color edition. The latter is more desirable and rare and the present is an example of the better edition.
Some toning in a line at upper right about two inches into image and lower right about 6 inches from the bottom. Not detracting significantly. Colors still remarkably bright and crisp; slightly more so than shown.