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Garlands from "Cupid's Whirligig. [A comedy. The dedication is signed E. S., i.e. Edward Sharpham?]"

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Decoration from "The Noble Stranger. [A comedy, in five acts, in prose and verse.]"

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Decoration from "The Noble Stranger. [A comedy, in five acts, in prose and verse.]"

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cover from "The Old Couple. A comedy [in five acts and in verse]"

This image has been taken from scan 000007 from "The Old Couple. A comedy [in five acts and in verse]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British L... more

decoration from "The Dumb Lady: or, The Farriar made Physician, etc. [A comedy, in five acts, and in prose, altered from Molière's “Médecin malgré lui.”]"

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decoration from "The Dumb Lady: or, The Farriar made Physician, etc. [A comedy, in five acts, and in prose, altered from Molière's “Médecin malgré lui.”]"

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Decoration from "The rambling Justice, or the jealous husbands. With the humours of Sir John Twiford. [A comedy, in five acts, and in prose, by J. Leanerd. Borrowed from T. Middleton's “More Dissemblers besides Women.”]"

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Decoration from "The rambling Justice, or the jealous husbands. With the humours of Sir John Twiford. [A comedy, in five acts, and in prose, by J. Leanerd. Borrowed from T. Middleton's “More Dissemblers besides Women.”]"

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Decoration from "The rambling Justice, or the jealous husbands. With the humours of Sir John Twiford. [A comedy, in five acts, and in prose, by J. Leanerd. Borrowed from T. Middleton's “More Dissemblers besides Women.”]"

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Decoration from "The Loving Enemies: a comedy [in five acts, in prose and verse]"

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Bookplate from "The Richmond Heiress; or, a Woman once in the Right. A comedy [in five acts and in prose]"

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Comedy

Between 1736 and 1738 Trémolières painted large canvases of Comedy and Tragedy. Both belong now to the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, Cholet. The former, for which this is probably a study, was exhibited at the Sal... more

heraldry from "A Wife in the Right: a comedy [in five acts and in prose]. L.P"

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Comedy (from Fifteen Etchings Dedicated to Sir Joshua Reynolds)

Etched and published by John Hamilton Mortimer (British, Eastbourne 1740–1779 London)

Comedy Spectators, Tragedy Spectators

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Comedy in the country. Tragedy in London / Rowlandson, scul.

"Two designs on one plate. Above, two rows of burlesqued yokels (with two comely women, and an ugly old one), seated behind the orchestra and backed by a rough brick wall...Below, three members of the orchestr... more

Comedy and Tragedy

Anne Louis Girodet-Trioson (French, Montargis 1767–1824 Paris)

Comedy from "The Works of Shakspeare; from the text of Johnson, Steevens, and Reed. With a biographical memoir, and a variety of interesting matter, illustrative of his life and writings. By W. Harvey"

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cover from "[Mothers and Daughters: a comedy in five acts, etc.]"

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blank from "[Mothers and Daughters: a comedy in five acts, etc.]"

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Comedy and Tragedy

Sir Alfred Gilbert (British, London 1854–1934 London)

Nature from "Belle and the Dragon. An elfin comedy"

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Farewell to Fairyland from "Belle and the Dragon. An elfin comedy"

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The Soul of Melusine Thirsting for the Ideal from "Belle and the Dragon. An elfin comedy"

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Chapter V from "Belle and the Dragon. An elfin comedy"

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