Fred O' Donovan as Andy Kelly.
|Main Creator:||Wilson, David, 1873-1935, artist.|
Illustration of the actor Fred O'Donovan, who starred in the theatre production of 'Partition' by D. C. Maher at the London Coliseum in August 1917, which featured Maureen Delany in the role of 'Molly Kelly'. O'Donovan is shown wearing a green jacket, brwon waistcoat, white shirt, black tie and black trousers. He has grey shoes and is wearing a black hat. He is shown in profile, with his hands in his pockets. In the background, two images are on the wall - one of a man in profile, wearinga suit and tie; the second is william of Orange, on a white horse. The caricauture of Maureen Delany is small and on the l.l. - the actress is wearing a black skirt, covered by a white apron and a checkered green shawl. She has her balck hair in a bun. She is shown in profile with her arms crosssed.
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Inscribed l.r. in ink 'To J. H.' and signed by artist l.r.
Physical description: 1 drawing on board: ink and gouache ; 31.2 x 24 cm.
Forms part of: The Joseph Holloway Collection.
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|PD 2159 TX (47) 7||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.