Westminster Abbey C18
In the tranquil street before the abbey and St Margaret's church, a sedan chair passes, a cripple begs, fruit sellers and a porter ply their trade, a boy bowls his hoop.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/GROSV
1750, Abbey, Begs, Bowls, C18, Chair, Church, Churches, Circa, Cripple, England, Fruit, Historical, History, Hoop, Margarets, Passes, Ply, Porter, Sedan, Sellers, St, Street, Trade, Tranquil, Westminster
The Duenna by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
The Duenna by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (30 October 1751 7 July 1816). First produced at Covent Garden Theatre on 21st November 1775. Flyer for the revival at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, on 23rd October 1924. The artist is George Sheringham (13 November 1884 11 November 1937). A Regular Feast of Joy; Three Hours of Lovely Music; Three Hours of Wit And Satire. (The Sketch). Date: 1924
© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library
Caricature of the actress Miss Connie Gilchrist
Caricature of the actress, dancer and singer Miss Connie Gilchrist -- Libby Dear. She played the role of Libby Ray in Benjamin Edward Woolf's comic opera The Mighty Dollar. She was also an artist's model as a child, and married into the aristocracy in 1892.
© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library
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