Louis Francois Roubiliac making a sculpture of Shakespeare c s Roubiliac is shown finishing the terracotta model on which the marble was based The sculptor was commissioned by David Garrick the greatest actor of his day to sculpt a fulllength marble portrait of Shakespeare It was finished in and set up in the Temple of Shakespeare that Garrick had built in the garden of his villa at Hampton Illustration from Story of the British Nation Volume III by Walter Hutchinson London cs
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