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A Scene in 'Twelfth Night', Act III

Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

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Scene depicting the duel from Twelfth Night, Act III, Scene 4, as played by contemporary eighteenth century actors. It takes place in a woodland landscape setting with a massive oak tree in the centre foreground dividing the characters into pairs, from left to right; Fabian (Francis Waldron) and Viola (Miss Elizabeth Younge), Sir Andrew Aguecheek (James W. Dodd) and Sir Toby Belch (James Dance, also known as Love).

Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester


Date

1771–1772

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 99.8 x W 124.8 cm

Accession number

1953.4

Acquisition method

purchased from C. Marshall Spink, 1953

Work type

Painting


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