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Charles Dibdin, 1799, by Thomas Phillips (died 1845), oil on canvas
Charles Dibdin, 1799, by Thomas Phillips (died 1845), oil on canvas
Manuscript in Dibdin's hand of "Mourn Ye Damsels of the Court"
Manuscript in Dibdin's hand of "Mourn Ye Damsels of the Court"
Celtic cross memorial to Dibdin, erected by public subscription in 1889, after his original tomb collapsed, in St Martin's Gardens, Camden Town
Celtic cross memorial to Dibdin, erected by public subscription in 1889, after his original tomb collapsed, in St Martin's Gardens, Camden Town
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Portrait by Thomas Gainsborough, 1770
Portrait by Thomas Gainsborough, 1770
Have mercy, Jesu! Soft! I did but dream. O coward conscience, how dost thou afflict me! – Shakespeare's Richard III Act V, Sc. 3. David Garrick in 174
Have mercy, Jesu! Soft! I did but dream. O coward conscience, how dost thou afflict me! – Shakespeare's Richard III Act V, Sc. 3. David Garrick in 1745 as Richard III just before the battle of Bosworth Field, his sleep having been haunted by the ghosts of those he has murdered, wakes to the realization that he is alone in the world and death is imminent. Painting by the English painter William Hogarth (which is on display at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool).
Joshua Reynolds, David Garrick Between Tragedy and Comedy, 1760–61 at Waddesdon Manor
Joshua Reynolds, David Garrick Between Tragedy and Comedy, 1760–61 at Waddesdon Manor
Garrick (right) as Abel Drugger in Jonson's The Alchemist painted by Johann Zoffany
Garrick (right) as Abel Drugger in Jonson's The Alchemist painted by Johann Zoffany