Sunday, 17 January 2016

The British Museum and Garrick Club Terracotta Busts of Shakespeare by Roubiliac (part 4). Langfords Posthumous sale of the Contents of the Roubiliac Workshop and the Busts of Shakespeare.


Langfords Sale of the Contents of the Roubiliac Workshop and the Representations of Shakespeare.


 The Langfords four day Sale Catalogue the Roubiliac Workshop of May 1762 mentions a mould, and various busts and figures of Shakespeare.



First Day's Sale, Wednesday May 12th.

 Under the heading - SUNDRIES in Plaister

Lot 38 A Figure of Shakespear


Under the heading - MOULDS in Plaister for the following figures Busts, Basso Relievo's &s

Lot 50. Shakespear


Under the heading - FIGURES in Plaister

Lot 57. Shakespear

Lot 63. Shakespear



Under the heading - DESIGNS for monuments Basso Relievo's &c.


Lot 74. A figure of Shakespear



Under the heading  - PICTURES &c

Lot 95. A figure of Shakespear in plaster



Second Days Sale, Thursday May 13th



Under the heading BUSTS in Terra cotta.

Lot 73. Shakespear

Lot 83. Shakespear



Third Day's Sale, Friday May 14th



Under the heading - BUSTS and Heads in Plaister

Lot 9. Shakespeare



Under the heading - MOULDS in Plaister for the following figures busts etc.

Lot 51. The figure of Shakespeare

Lot 55. Shakespear



Under the heading - BUSTS in Terra Cotta.

Lot 86. Shakespear



Fourth Day's Sale, Saturday May 15th.



Under the heading - BUSTS in Plaister.

Lot 5. Shakespear



Under the heading - Sundries in Plaister

Lot 32. A figure of Shakespear and two boys.



Under the heading - Marble BUSTS etc

Lot 74. Shakespear (probably the Fordam/ Folger Library marble bust)



Italics used above as in Esdaile

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