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  • Category: Drawings (and)
  • Subject: actors
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    • Actress

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of unidentified female actress.
    • Woman
    • Actress

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of unidentified female actress.
    • Woman
    • Ada Rehan

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Irish actress Ada Rehan (1859-1916), modeled after a Sarony portrait. Rehan was known for both comedic and dramatic roles, including Rosalind in 'As You Like It,' Katherine in 'The Taming of the Shrew,' Viola in...
    • Rehan, Ada
    • Ada Rehan as Katherine

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink full-length drawing (undated) of Irish actress Ada Rehan (1859-1916) as Katherine in Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew.' Rehan performed in the role of Katherine twice in Scranton (Pa.), in 1896 and 1905, at the Lyceum Theatre on...
    • Rehan, Ada
    • Adelaide Neilson

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Lilian Adelaide Neilson (1847-1880), an English stage actress. Neilson performed for one night at Klein's Opera House (Scranton, Pa.) in 1874. She was paid $1300. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Neilson, Adelaide
    • Adelaide Neilson as Juliet

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Lilian Adelaide Neilson (1847-1880), an English stage actress, in the role of Juliet. Neilson performed for one night at Klein's Opera House (Scranton, Pa.) in 1874. She was paid $1300.
    • Neilson, Adelaide
    • Adelaide Ristori as Mary Stuart

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Italian tragedienne Adelaide Ristori (1822-1906) as Mary Stuart. Ristori was a towering stage performer in her country. She toured the United States three times (in 1866, 1867 and 1875). She began her first tour in...
    • Ristori, Adelaide
    • Agnes Booth as Mrs. Ralston

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of actress Agnes Booth (1846-1910) in the role of Mrs. Ralston in 'Jim the Penman.' Agnes was the wife of Junius Brutus Booth, Jr., actor, theatre manager and brother of Edwin Booth. The drawing is accompanied by an...
    • Booth, Agnes
    • Al Jolson

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated)) of Al Jolson (1886-1950), American actor, singer and comedian, in the play 'Bombo,' Jolson's creation and his first big theatrical hit on Broadway and throughout the country. The show's success led Lee Shubert to...
    • Jolson, Al
    • Alexander Salvini

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Italian actor Alexander Salvini (1871-1896), with short biography. Alexander was the son of famed tragedian Tommaso Salvini (1829-1915).
    • Salvini, Alexander
    • Alexander Salvini as D'Artagnan

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Italian actor Alexander Salvini (1871-1896) as D'Artagnan in 'The Three Musketeers.' Alexander was the son of famed tragedian Tommaso Salvini (1829-1915). The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Salvini, Alexander
    • Alice Brady

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of actress Alice Brady (1892-1939), a native of New York City and daughter of producer William A. Brady. She appeared in Scranton (Pa.) in 'Forever After' in 1921, and in several vaudeville shows that same year.
    • Brady, Alice
    • Alla Nazimova

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Alla Nazimova (1879-1945) a Russian-American film and theater actress, screenwriter and film producer. She was best known as 'Nazimova.'
    • Nazimova, Alla
    • Alla Nazimova

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Alla Nazimova (1879-1945) a Russian-American film and theater actress, screenwriter and film producer. She was best known as 'Nazimova.' The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Nazimova, Alla
    • Amelia Bingham

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink side profile drawing (undated) of Amelia Bingham (1869-1927), American actress and producer.
    • Bingham, Amelia
    • Amelia Bingham

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Amelia Bingham (1869-1927), American actress and producer. Artist P. W. Costello likely referenced a formal portrait of Bingham, taken by the Sarony Studio in New York City between 1901 and 1908. The drawing is...
    • Bingham, Amelia
    • Annie Irish

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of English stage actress Annie Irish (Mrs. J. E. Dodson) (1862-1947). The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card, signed by Irish in 1900.
    • Irish, Annie
    • Annie Russell

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of English-born stage actress Annie Ellen Russell (1864-1936). Russell played the lead role in 'Sue' in 1886, a three-act comedy written by Bret Harte and T. Edgar Pemberton. Shel was best known for her performance in...
    • Russell, Annie
    • Annie Russell as Sue

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of English-born stage actress Annie Ellen Russell (1864-1936), in the role of Sue, in the 1886 three-act comedy of the same name written by Bret Harte and T. Edgar Pemberton. Russell was best known for her performance...
    • Russell, Annie
    • Arnold Daly

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American stage actor, producer and playwright Arnold Daly (1875-1927).
    • Daly, Arnold

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