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Henry Woodward as Bobadil in "Every Man in His Humour"
Henry Woodward as Bobadil in "Every Man in His Humour"
ID NumberW911h-13
TitleHenry Woodward as Bobadil in "Every Man in His Humour"
Date1776
RoleCaptain Bobadil
PlayEvery Man in His Humour
SubjectWoodward, Henry, 1714-1777
Actors
Costume
Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works
TypeEngravings
DimensionsBorder 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches
TechniqueEngraving
Etching
CreatorTaylor, I.
Goldar, J.
PublisherT. Lowndes & Partners
DescriptionScene with Bobadil seated on a bench, drawing a boot on right foot, addressing his hostess, standing in doorway at right. With text: "What a Plague! _ what mean't He? _ Who's there? _ take away the Bason Good Hostess!"
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Physical CollectionUniversity of Illinois Theatrical Print Collection
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library
CollectionPortraits of Actors, 1720-1920, University of Illinois Library
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