Every Man in his Humour
Fusile [sic] pinxt. ; H. Brocas fc.
|Main Creator:||Brocas, Henry, 1762-1837, engraver|
Scene from Act I of "Every Man in his Humour", a comedy by Ben Johnson as altered by David Garrick. Bob. addressing Mr. Mathew "What money ha'you about you Mr. Mathew ?" Mr. Mathew replys "Faith I ha'not past two shillings or so".
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Plate. in: Jones's British theatre. Vol.III. Dublin : William Jones, 1795 (Graisberry & Campbell [printer])
Physical description: 1 print mixed techniques 13 x 7.1 cm.
Engraving attributed to Henry Brocas Senior after a work by Heinrich Fuessly, known in England as Henry Fuseli
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|2034 (TX) 43||
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