Sothern and Marlowe collection,

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Sothern and Marlowe collection, circa 1879-circa 1920.

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Box 1Still imageSupervised useAvailable*T-Vim 2010-035 Box 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre

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Description
  • 2 drawings : pencil and ink; 26 x 19 cm. or smaller.
  • 2 photomechanical prints ;
  • 31 drawings : watercolor ;
Genre/Form
  • Costume design drawings.
  • Watercolors (paintings)
Note
  • All drawings are contained in 1 box.
Call Number
*T-Vim 2010-035
Title
Sothern and Marlowe collection, circa 1879-circa 1920.
Summary
31 watercolor scenes from various Shakespearean plays, and several sketches (1879 and n.d.) done by actor-producer E. H. Sothern, as well as costume and property designs by Tony Binder and H. A. Ogden for plays in which Sothern and his wife, actress Julia Marlowe, appeared. The 3 costume designs by H. A. Ogden are for The cavalier (1897) and If I were king by Justin Huntly McCarthy (ca. 1901); 2 costume designs by Tony Binder are for an unidentified play; there is also a design for a bed by Mawers, Ltd., and 2 published images of paintings by Antonius Van Dyck, possibly intended as costume designs.
Biography
Performer, director, producer, and writer, E.H. Sothern (1859-1933) was born in New Orleans into a theatrical family. Educated in England, he worked for some ten years (until 1898) as an actor in Daniel Frohman's company at New York's Lyceum Theatre in comedic and romantic roles. After winning acclaim in his own production of Hamlet (1900), Sothern and his second wife, Julia Marlowe, starred in their productions of Shakespeare and a few modern plays for almost 20 years. He died in New York City of pneumonia.
Added Author
Binder, Tony, 1868-1944. Costume designer
Marlowe, Julia, 1865-1950.
Ogden, Henry Alexander, 1856-1936. Costume designer
Sothern, E. H. (Edward Hugh), 1859-1933. Artist
Mawers, Ltd.
Research Call Number
*T-Vim 2010-035
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