Lord Ogleby with Canton (a valet) and Brush in a scene from Colman and Garrick's The clandestine marriage. Engraving by H. Meyer, 1821, after G. Clint.
- Clint, George, 1770-1854.
- 16 March 1821
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Episode in: G. Colman and D. Garrick, The clandestine marriage, Act II, scene I. In the background is a sculpture of the three Graces
The clandestine marriage. Act 2, scene 1. Messrs. W. Farren, Harley and Jones, in the characters of Lord Ogleby, Canton and Brush. Painted by G. Clint. Engraved by Henry Meyer, 3 Red Lion Square.
London (90 Cheapside) : Hurst, Robinson & Co., 16 March 1821.
1 print : stipple and line engraving ; platemark 30.5 x 26.1 cm
Wellcome Library no. 22007i