Detail View: LUNA: Folger Digital Image Collection: James Quin as Falstaff

Digital Image File Name: 
112
Source Call Number: 
FPa41
Source Creator: 
McArdell, James, ca. 1729-1765.
Image Title: 
James McArdell. James Quin as Falstaff. Oil on canvas, ca. 1750
Source Title: 
James Quin as Falstaff
Image Details: 
from a 4x5 color transparency
Source Created or Published: 
ca. 1750
Digital Image Type: 
FSL collection
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD: 
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Creator (Hamnet): 
McArdell, James, ca. 1729-1765, artist.
Title (Hamnet): 
James Quin as Falstaff [graphic]. attributed to James McArdell.
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
ca. 1750.
Physical Description (Hamnet): 
1 painting : oil on canvas ; 21 x 15 1/2 in. (53.3 x 39.5 cm.)
Subject (Hamnet): 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Henry IV. Part 1. Act II. Scene 4 -- Illustrations.
Subject (Hamnet): 
Portrait paintings. gmgpc
Subject (Hamnet): 
Quin, James, 1693-1766 -- Performances.
Subject (Hamnet): 
Quin, James, 1693-1766 -- Portraits.
Subject (Hamnet): 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Characters -- Falstaff.
Notes (Hamnet): 
New York, 1964, mentioned in entry no. 41 as by McArdell; Highfill 1973-, vol. 12, p. 241 (no. 16), as by McArdell.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Condition reviewed the primary support is a tabby-weave canvas, from which the tacking edges have been cut off. Falstaff's hat has been damaged and extensively repainted
Notes (Hamnet): 
Conserved 19320000 Finlayson glue-lined the original canvas onto a commercially prepared ground
Notes (Hamnet): 
Inscribed on paper at lower left: "Capon 2.4 / Sack 7.0 / Bread .1/2".
Notes (Hamnet): 
John Anderson, Jr., opened a small auction house under his own name in 1900 at 34 W. 30th St., New York, March 1911, $150, as by Hayman (receipt is in C Deck correspondence)
Notes (Hamnet): 
This record contains unverified data from a re-keying contract and may contain incorrect or incomplete text. Please consult Curator for assistance.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Version: What was described as "an amateur copy" either after the Folger picture or McArdell's mezzotint was owned by the American Shakespeare Festival Theatre by 1964. It was sold at Sotheby Parke Bernet on 15 January 1976, lot 142.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Title from Pressly.
Citations (Hamnet): 
Pressly, W.L. Paintings in the Folger Shakespeare Library, 118
Call Number (Hamnet): 
FPa41