Drama Cartoons

Nicholas congratulates Arthur Gride on his wedding morning

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Artist's model for a painting of Hamlet turns up to the studio with a black eye

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Articled clerks discussing amateur dramatics

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Edmund Kean Supporting Drury Lane

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Theatre Sketches by Daummier - A literary discussion on the second gallery

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Satire on the dancing of masqurade performers Monsieur Desnoyer and Signora Barberina in 1742

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Theatre Sketches by Daummier - 'Mr. Colimard, if you continue to look at these dancers with your glasses in such an unseemly way, i shall take you home before the show is over'

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Charity theatre rehearsal

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Author discusses her next sensation novel

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Miss Winifred Emery, Actress

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Stage Sketches

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The Garrick Theatre

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Stage Sketches - The Mother of Love (Not to be mistaken for Venus)

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As you like it - the fith act in the Gaité

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Stage Sketches - The Princess: 'Come on, you beast, go on and finish your monologue... you leave me lying here dead for a solid hour, and you know that i am invited out to supper!'

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John James Heidegger, masquerade impresario, and Italian opera singers

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Actor talking to unimpressed child

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Private theatres

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Mono line style illustration showing the two masks associated with drama representing the traditional generic division between comedy and tragedy using ancient Greek Muses, Thalia was Muse of comedy (the laughing face), while Melpomene was the Muse of tra

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London Playhouse

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Theatre Sketches by Daummier - They say that it is difficult to satisfy the Parisians. In these four rows there is not one who is dissatisfied, but of course, all these Frenchmen are - Romans

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Madame Rejane- Famous French Actress in the Part of Madame Sans Gene

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Madame Rejane (French Actress)

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Mono line style illustration showing a drama theater mask with hibiscus or rose mallow and arabian jasmine, Jasminum sambac or sampaguita and Philippine sun in background.

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