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The Sins of Society

Photograph
1907 (photographed)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Photographic print of a scene from a production of The Sins of Society by Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, September 12th, 1907. Produced by Arthur Collins. The photograph is from Act II, Scene I set in the Rhododendron Garden at Windsor. The photograph includes Adrienne Augard as Lady Gwendolen.


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Photographic print mounted on card
Brief Description
Photographic print of a scene from a production of The Sins of Society, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, September 12th, 1907
Physical Description
Photographic print of a scene from a production of The Sins of Society, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, September 12th, 1907. From Act II Scene I, the set design is of the Rhododendron Garden at Windsor. This includes a painted backdrop with a long, semi-circular white garden seat in front of it. On the left of the photograph is Adrienne Augarde as Lady Gwendolen Ashley. She has dark hair,tied up, is dressed in a long white dress with her left hand pointing towards the male figure on the right. Her right arm is by her side. On the right of the image is a man dressed in a black suit with black shoes and a boater hat.
Dimensions
  • Height: 17.7cm (Note: As mounted)
  • Width: 27.5cm (Note: As mounted)
  • Height: 17.0cm (Note: photograph (excluding mount))
  • Width: 26.7cm (Note: photograph (excluding mount))
Credit line
Gabrielle Enthoven Collection
Literary ReferenceThe Sins of Society
Summary
Photographic print of a scene from a production of The Sins of Society by Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, September 12th, 1907. Produced by Arthur Collins. The photograph is from Act II, Scene I set in the Rhododendron Garden at Windsor. The photograph includes Adrienne Augard as Lady Gwendolen.
Collection
Accession Number
S.352-2016

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record createdJuly 22, 2016
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