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- Object: Wynnstay Theatre
From the 'European Magazine', ix. 379. Two designs for tickets of admission on one plate, the title engraved between them.
 Design in a circle. A woman, representing Tragedy, and a man dressed as Pierrot, representing Comedy, sit against two adjacent sides of a rectangular block which supports an urn. Tragedy holds a paper inscribed 'Richard III' and 'Lyar'. On the masonry behind her is an oval inscribed ' [Tues]day, [Thur]sday, [Satu]rday'. Comedy holds a paper inscribed 'Rule a Wife and Have a Wife' and 'Bon Ton'; his back partly obscures the words 'Mon[day], Wed [nesday], Fri[day]]. Beside Tragedy is a weeping willow, beside Comedy a table with decanter and glass.
 A man wearing a large leek in his hat stands in a mountainous landscape under a signpost pointing 'To Wynnstay'. He holds out papers in each hand inscribed: (left) 'Constant Couple' and 'Spanish Barber'; (right) 'Cymbeline' and 'The Devil upon two Sticks'. From the pockets of his old- fashioned full-skirted coat other papers project. On the right is a goat. See BMSat 7068. 1 June 1786
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Height: 206 millimetres (sheet)
Width: 112 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See also 1875,0710.5454 for another impression.
- Not on display
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Associated Title: European Magazine
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