Life Mask of David Garrick
Painted to resemble bronze, mounted on slate, 36 x 28.3; 51.5 x 44.5 x 4.5 inc. oak frame
“DAVID GARRICK / PRESENTED BY W. O. DANCKWERTS, ESQRE K. C. / .1913.” (cream paint on frame below head); “304 GARRICK. Plaster cast of the head of David Garrick, life size, / relief, on a slab of black polished slate, enclosed in broad flat oak frame, with gilt fillet. / From the Theatrical Collection of the late Mrs. C. Wylie, of Chelsea” printed label verso)
Mrs Wylie; her sale; W. O. Danckwerts K. C., by whom presented to the Garrick Club, 1912
1994 Hereford City Art Gallery "The World of David Garrick"
Another example of this mask, also in plaster and mounted on slate, is in the Folger Library, Washington.
Possibly a version of the mask that Van Nost took of Garrick's face prior to modelling his bust (see S0011).