Not currently on display at the V&A

Hypatia

Print
1893 (printed)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Proof sketch drawn by John Bernard Partridge (1861-1945) for the periodical Punch. The sketch shows William Lewis Waller (1860-1915) and Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1852–1917) in a scene from Hypatia, adapted from the novel by Henry Kingsley (1830-1876). It is dated 21st January 1893.

From 1841-2002, Punch magazine published half a million satirical cartoons addressing subjects ranging from Domestic and Foreign Affairs and Science and Technology to Culture, Art, Fashion and Society.



object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Annotated proof
Brief Description
Proof sketch drawn by John Bernard Partridge (1861-1945) for the periodical Punch showing William Lewis Waller (1860-1915) and Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1852–1917) in a scene from Hypatia, adapted from the novel by Henry Kingsley (1830-1876), dated 21st January 1893
Physical Description
Proof sketch drawn by John Bernard Partridge (1861-1945) for the periodical Punch. The sketch shows William Lewis Waller (1860-1915) and Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1852–1917) in a scene from Hypatia, adapted from the novel by Henry Kingsley (1830-1876). It is dated 21st January 1893.
Dimensions
  • Height: 17.2cm
  • Width: 12.6cm
Marks and Inscriptions
Credit line
Given by the British Theatre Museum Association
Object history
Given to the British Theatre Museum Association by Derek Pepys-Whiteley in January 1969.
Subjects depicted
Literary ReferenceHypatia
Summary
Proof sketch drawn by John Bernard Partridge (1861-1945) for the periodical Punch. The sketch shows William Lewis Waller (1860-1915) and Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1852–1917) in a scene from Hypatia, adapted from the novel by Henry Kingsley (1830-1876). It is dated 21st January 1893.



From 1841-2002, Punch magazine published half a million satirical cartoons addressing subjects ranging from Domestic and Foreign Affairs and Science and Technology to Culture, Art, Fashion and Society.



Other Number
1969/A/1 - BTMA accession number
Collection
Accession Number
S.3765-2013

About this object record

Explore the Collections contains over a million catalogue records, and over half a million images. It is a working database that includes information compiled over the life of the museum. Some of our records may contain offensive and discriminatory language, or reflect outdated ideas, practice and analysis. We are committed to addressing these issues, and to review and update our records accordingly.

You can write to us to suggest improvements to the record.

Suggest Feedback

record createdOctober 17, 2013
Record URL