Henry Irving (1838-1905)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Keinton (Sommersetshire, Royaume Uni), 06-02-1838
Death : 13-10-1905
Note :
Acteur
Field : Arts du spectacle
Variants of the name : John Henry Brodribb (1838-1905)
John Henry Brodribb Irving (1838-1905)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0774 2507

Activities of Henry Irving (1838-1905) (25 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (17)

Occasional papers dramatic and historical
Souvenir of Becket, by Alfred, lord Tennyson, first presented at the Lyceum theatre, 6th feb. 1893, by Henry Irving... with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Éditeur scientifique
Shakespeare as a playwright. - [1]
The Works of William Shakespeare with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Éditeur scientifique
The Drama, addresses...
The drama
The works of William Shakespeare with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Éditeur scientifique
King Henry VI with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Éditeur scientifique
English actors, their characteristics and their methods, a discourse by Henry Irving, delivered in the University schools at Oxford...
Henry Irving's Impressions of America, narrated in a series of sketches, chronicles, and conversations with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Préfacier
The paradox of acting with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Préfacier
On the actor's art, with preface by Henry Irving... with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Préfacier
Souvenir of the Dead heart, by Watts Phillips, presented at the Lyceum theatre, 28th sept. 1889, by Henry Irving... with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Éditeur scientifique
Illustrated catalogue of books

Manuscripts and archives (8)

3 lettres de Henry Irving à Émile Moreau (Mn-5(98,1-3)) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Auteur de lettres
Irving, Henry (1884-1966) (Mn-977) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Auteur de lettres
Cymbeline (EGC-Ms-B-414) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Metteur en scène
Lettre autographe signée à Jules Claretie sur papier à en-tête du Lyceum Theatre (Mn-977(218 )) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Auteur de lettres
Cadre de miroir ayant appartenu à Henry Irving / Frame of looking-glass which belonged to Henry Irving (EGC-OBJ-66) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Ancien possesseur
[Carnet de notes de Henry Irving (1868-1869), annoté par Edward Gordon Craig ([1939]) / Henry Irving's notebook (1868-1869), annotated by Edward Gordon Craig ([1939]) (EGC-Ms-A-177) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Auteur du texte
Jingle (EGC-Ms-B-347) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Auteur des annotations manuscrites
Othello (EGC) with Henry Irving (1838-1905) as Metteur en scène

Documents about Henry Irving (1838-1905) (26 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Documents d'archives et manuscrits (14)

Cadre de miroir ayant appartenu à Henry Irving / Frame of looking-glass which belonged to Henry Irving (EGC-OBJ-66)
Henry Irving (EGC-Ms-A-135)
"Henry Irving. The actor; his voice" (EGC-Ms-A-144)
"H. I. [i.e., Henry Irving] By E.G.C, S.E.T." (EGC-Ms-B-1044)
IRVING (Henry) (GF-XI(31))
Irving, Henry (1838-1905) (EGC)
Irving, Henry (1838-1905) (EGC)
. . Henry Irving. . (1930) (EGC)
". Topsy & Snowdrop. Berlin, Germany, Holland. Holland, London, Berlin, Munchen. Berlin, Warshaw, Florence, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Nice (Duse), Genova. Florence, MASK. " - ". For marionettes. For. movement. " (EGC-Ms-C-404)
. Henry Irving. (EGC)
Henry Irving, 1838-1938. : [6 versions] (EGC-Ms-B-269)
[Textes et. correspondance. / Texts and correspondence] (EGC-Ms-A-65)
Irving seemingly perplexed (EGC-Ms-B-460)
Henry Irving's way (EGC-Ms-B-452)

Livres (10)

Henry Irving
A strange eventful history
Sir Henry Irving
Henry Irving's Waterloo
Henry Irving, the actor and his world, by... Laurence Irving
[Gordon Craig, Henry Irving 1838-1938]
Henry Irving, by Edward Gordon Craig
L'art de la silhouette. - [1]
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur John Henry Brodribb Irving]
Henry Irving, actor and manager

Images (2)

"Aye, sir ; to be honest, as this world goes, is to be one man picked out of ten thousand" Act 2, scene ii. Mr Henry Irving as Hamlet, at the Lyceum Theatre
Mr. Irving as "Hamlet" at the Lyceum Theatre. Act I., scene IV. Hamlet (loq.) : "Unhand me, gentlemen ! By Heaven, I'll make a ghost of him that lets me ! I say, away ! Go on ; I'll follow thee"

See also