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Mr Blanchard in the Character of Ralph.
Mr Blanchard in the Character of Ralph. The Passage. Theres no harm in putting a civil question be there Why you look as cross and ill natured.
Engraved by Leney from the original Picture which was painted from life by De Wilde, from the Maid of the Mill by Bickerstaff in the Celebrated Edition of Bell's British Theatre, which is now Publishing. Periodically.
Printed for J. Bell British Library London May 1792.
Coloured stipple, printed in colour, plate 295 x 210mm (11½ x 8¼"), very large margins. Slight creasing and time staining.
Whole length portrait of the comic actor and tenor singer Thomas Blanchard (c.1760-1797), the second, as the character from Bickerstaff's 'The Maid of the Mill'. He stands head turned slightly and thoughtfully looking to left; wearing coat, long waistcoat, breeches and a cravat. His left hand dips into his waistcoat pocket and he holds his hat in the other. There is a watermill in the background and some trees.
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