London, South Kensington
12 March 2008
Richard Earlom (1743-1822), after Johann Zoffany, R.A.
Mr King and Mrs Baddeley in the Characters of Lord Ogleby, and Miss Fanny Sterling
mezzotint on laid paper, second state of two, good impression with margins on 3 sides, trimmed to plate mark along the bottom, published by R.Sayer, London, 1772
P. 18 5/16 x 22in. (46.5 x 55.9cm.)
with another mezzotint, by Robert Laurie (1755-1836), after Thomas Parkinson, of 'Mr Shuter, Mr Quick and Mrs Green in the Characters of Hardcastle, Tony Lumpkin & Mrs Hardcastle', on laid paper, first state of two, trimmed to image on three sides, published by R.Sayer & J.Bennett, London, 1776
S. 17¾ x 21¾in. (45 x 55.3cm.) (2)
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