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Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Cover Design to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Cover Design to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Cover Design to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Cover of an edition of Ben Jonsons comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Volpone, Los Angeles, 1939. Creator: Unknown

Volpone, Los Angeles, 1939. Creator: Unknown
Volpone, Los Angeles, 1939. Mayan Theatre - "Volpone" by Ben Jonson'. The Federal Theatre Project, created by the U.S

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Frontispiece to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Frontispiece to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Frontispiece to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Volpone, a greedy and rich childless Venetian, rubs his hands in front of his riches

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Initial Letter V (Satyr) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Initial Letter V (Satyr) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Initial Letter V (Satyr) to Volpone, 1898. Illustration for an edition of Ben Jonsons eponymous comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Initial Letters (Vulture) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Initial Letters (Vulture) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Initial Letters (Vulture) to Volpone, 1898. Illustration for an edition of Ben Jonsons eponymous comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Initial Letter V (Column) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Initial Letter V (Column) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Initial Letter V (Column) to Volpone, 1898. Illustration for an edition of Ben Jonsons eponymous comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Initial Letter M (Venus) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Initial Letter M (Venus) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Initial Letter M (Venus) to Volpone, 1898. Illustration for an edition of Ben Johnsons eponymous comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Initial Letter V (Elephant) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Initial Letter V (Elephant) to Volpone, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Initial Letter V (Elephant) to Volpone, 1898. Illustration for an edition of Ben Jonsons eponymous comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Capt. Bobadil, (Mr. Charles Dickens), 1845

St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Capt. Bobadil, (Mr. Charles Dickens), 1845. London stage production starring amateur actors in Ben Jonsons " Every Man in his Humour"

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Brainworm, (Mr. Mark Lemon), 1845. Creator: Unknown

St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Brainworm, (Mr. Mark Lemon), 1845. Creator: Unknown
St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Brainworm, (Mr. Mark Lemon), 1845. London production by Charles Dickens, an...amateur performance of Ben Jonsons " Every Man in his Humour"

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Kitely (Mr. Foster), 1845. Creator: Unknown

St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Kitely (Mr. Foster), 1845. Creator: Unknown
St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Kitely (Mr. Foster), 1845. London stage production starring amateur actors in two plays: Ben Jonsons " Every Man in his Humour"

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Master Matthew (Mr. Leech), 1845

St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Master Matthew (Mr. Leech), 1845. London stage production starring amateur actors in two plays: Ben Jonsons " Every Man in his Humour"

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Knowell, (Mr. H. Mayhew), 1845. Creator: Unknown

St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Knowell, (Mr. H. Mayhew), 1845. Creator: Unknown
St. Jamess Theatre - The Amateurs - Knowell, (Mr. H. Mayhew), 1845. London production by Charles Dickens, an amateur performance of Ben Jonsons " Every Man in his Humour"

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: Inigo Jones, (1573-1652), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Inigo Jones, (1573-1652), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Inigo Jones, (1573-1652), 1830. Inigo Jones (1573-1652) English architect who employed Vitruvian rules of proportion and symmetry to his buildings which include the Banqueting House at Whitehall

Background imageJohnson Ben Collection: B. Jonson, (c1572-1637), 1830. Creator: Unknown

B. Jonson, (c1572-1637), 1830. Creator: Unknown
B. Jonson, (c1572-1637), 1830. Benjamin Jonson (c1572-1637) English playwright and poet educated at Westminster School and the University of Cambridge who popularised the comedy of humours


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