Kitty Clive

Factory Bow Porcelain Factory British
After an engraving by Charles Mosley British
After a drawing by Thomas Worlidge British

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 512

These popular actors are represented in their roles in David Garrick's farce Lethe. The figure of Kitty Clive is modeled after an engraving of 1750 by Charles Mosley (1720–1770) taken from a drawing by Thomas Worlidge (1700–1766). The figure of Henry Woodward (see 64.101.690) is modeled after his portrait by Francis Hayman (1708–1776) taken from a mezzotint by James McArdell (1728–1765).

[Jessie McNab, 2002]

#413. Retail Value. High and Low

Kitty Clive, Bow Porcelain Factory (British, 1747–1776), Soft-paste porcelain, British, Bow, London

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