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- Object: Capn: Bobadil & Master Stephen
Double portrait of two actors in character; Captain Bobadil standing on the right, with moustachios and a tuft of beard, wearing a cape and plumed hat, holding his sword out to left and pointing at it with the other hand, right foot extended, looking across at Master Stephen, who stands wearing a cape and plumed hat, his thumbs tucked into his waistband, looking at the sword with blank stolidity, his mouth slightly open and eyebrows raised.
Etching and engraving
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Height: 156 millimetres (image (sheet trimmed))
Width: 145 millimetres (image (sheet trimmed))
- Curator's comments
- The man playing Bobadil bears some resemblance to Henry Woodward, who took the role in Garrick's revival of the play in 1750.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Every Man in his Humour
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