The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Barrymore & Capt. Wathen as Scrub & Archer.
Engraved by Leney from the original picture painted from life by De Wilde, by permission from the Comedy of the Beaux Statagem, in the celebrated edition of Bell's British Theatre which is now publishing periodically The Passage. Archer. But what Ladies are those./
De Wilde Pinxt.
|Main Creator:||Leney, William Satchwell, 1769-1831, engraver.|
Richard Barry, (1769-1793), 7th Earl of Barrymore, rake and actor ; whole length, seated with Captain Wathen as Scrub & Archer in Farquhar's "The Beaux Stratagem", setting is empty room with two chairs, door on background, wooden floor with a mug on it, both men wearing wigs, taylored coats, waistcoat and cravat, breeches, stockings and low-heeled shoes with buckles, Earl of Barrymore wearing also apron, both hands on his knees, looking to right, Captain Wathen with crossed legs, looking to left, right hand on his companion's shoulder, left hand on his leg; rectangular frame.
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[s.l.] : [s.n.], July 1792.
Title printed l.c. under image.
Printed l.c.: Printed for J. Bell British Library London July 1792.
Physical description: 1 print : stipple ; image 27 x 22.4cm., plate mark 33.3 x 25cm., sheet 38 x 27.6 cm..
Citations/References: Catalogue of Engraved Irish Portraits and Original Drawings / Rosalind M.Elmes. - Dublin 1937, p. 12.
Engraving attributed to William S. Leney, (1769-1831), after an original painting by Samuel De Wilde, (1747-1832).
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|EP BARRY-RI (1) III||
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