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- Object: Miss Catley in Euphrosyne.
Illustration to Lowndes' New English Theatre; scene with the actress Ann Catley playing the character from Milton's 'Comus'; standing at centre, looking down to left and gesturing to right with her outstretched left arm, her right hand to her hip, wearing rich dress with trailing open overskirts and swagged trim, hair worn high with feathered cap, standing beside another woman at right who looks behind right over her shoulder, and holds a pole with garland twine; in ornate interior with a woman sitting behind at left, hiding her face in her hand, on a throne decorated with baby and garland, a young male attendant wearing flowers beside her and a further female figure beside him, pillared room seen through an arch at right, curtain drape above. 1777
Etching and engraving with some stipple
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Height: 165 millimetres (cropped)
Width: 106 millimetres (cropped)
- Curator's comments
- The actress is also portrayed as Euphrosyne in K,58.115-117, 121, 125 and 128.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Comus
Associated Title: New English Theatre
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