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" The painter dead, yet still he charms the eye; While England lives, his fame can never die: But he who struts his hour upon the stage, Can scarce extend his fame for half an age; Nor pen nor pencil can the actor save, The art, and artist, share one common... "
The Port folio, by Oliver Oldschool - Page 71
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Eighteenth Century Vignettes: Third Series

Austin Dobson - 1896 - 364 pages
...unrealized. So true are Garrick's own prophetic words in the Prologue to ' The Clandestine Marriage ' : — ' Nor Pen nor Pencil can the Actor save ; The Art, and Artist, share one common Grave ! ' Richard Mead. DR. MEAD'S LIBRARY. TN that lively and now rather rare little book, •*• the '...
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Eighteenth Century Vignettes ...

Austin Dobson - 1896 - 362 pages
...unrealized. So true are Garrick's own prophetic words in the Prologue to 'The Clandestine Marriage': — ' Nor Pen nor Pencil can the Actor save ; The Art, and Artist, share one common Grave ! ' DR. MEAD'S LIBRARY. TN that lively and now rather rare little book, the 'Etat des Arts en Angleterre,'...
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William Hogarth

Austin Dobson - 1898 - 338 pages
...dead, yet still he charms the Eye; While England lives, his Fame can never die; But he who struts his Hour upon the Stage, Can scarce extend his Fame for...save, The Art, and Artist, share one common Grave." The idea in the last couplet, which the author of the Prologue is thought to have borrowed from " The...
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Ellen Terry and Her Sisters

Thomas Edgar Pemberton - 1902 - 313 pages
...dead, yet still he charms the eye ; While England lives his fame can never die. But he who struts his hour upon the stage Can scarce extend his fame for...save, The art and artist share one common grave." • The volumes of theatrical history and biography that have been written and become popular since...
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Book News, Volume 20

1902
...dead, yet still he charms the eye; While England lives his fame can never die, But he who struts his hour upon the stage Can scarce extend his fame for...save, The art and artist share one common grave." This, however, was long before the time of the theatrical history and biography, which have now become...
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Sir Charles Wyndham: A Biography

Thomas Edgar Pemberton - 1904 - 362 pages
...dead, yet still he charms the eye ; While England lives his name can never die. But he who struts his hour upon the stage Can scarce extend his fame for...save ; The art and artist share one common grave." I hope that in the pages of this permitted biography I shall persuade my old friend to believe that...
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Garrick and His Circle

Florence Mary Wilson Parsons - 1906 - 417 pages
...his calling, but publicly dwelt on it in his prologue to The Clandestine Marriage, which ends— " Nor Pen nor Pencil can the Actor save, The Art and Artist, share one common Grave." It was a novelty to an audience to hear the petted player deliver himself of so melancholy a reflection,...
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Garrick and His Circle, Page 3

Florence Mary Wilson Parsons - 1906 - 417 pages
...his calling, but publicly dwelt on it in his prologue to The Clandestine Marriage, which ends — " Nor Pen nor Pencil can the Actor save, The Art and Artist, share one common Grave." It was a novelty to an audience to hear the petted player deliver himself of so melancholy a reflection,...
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Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, Volume 2

Thomas Davies - 1969 - 883 pages
...fame can never die; But he, who struts his hour upon the stage, Can scarce protract his fame thro' half an age ; Nor pen, nor pencil, can the actor save ; The art and artist have one common grave. O let me drop one tributary tear On poor Jack Falstaff"s urn, and Juliet's bier...
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Plays by David Garrick and George Colman the Elder

E. R. Wood - 1982 - 221 pages
...dead, yet still he charms the eye; While England lives, his fame can never die: But he who struts his hour upon the stage, Can scarce extend his fame for...grave. O let me drop one tributary tear On poor Jack Falstaff's grave, and Juliet's bier! You to their worth must testimony give; Tis in your hearts alone...
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