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George Cooke Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
Print made by George Cooke, 1781–1834, British
Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
1826
George Cooke Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
Print made by George Cooke, 1781–1834, British
Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
1826
Lydia Bates Literary Characters Assembled around the Medallion of Shakespeare
Print made by Lydia Bates, active 1784
Literary Characters Assembled around the Medallion of Shakespeare
ca. 1777
J. Barlow Merchant of Venice, Act III, Sc. I
J. Barlow, active 1791
Merchant of Venice, Act III, Sc. I
1791
Robert Smirke Malvolio Dancing
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Malvolio Dancing
1827
John Phillips Set of Four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Old Sayings
John Phillips, active 1840–1852
Set of Four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Old Sayings
1828
John Horsburgh Shakespeare's Monument at the Church at Stratford upon Avon
John Horsburgh, 1791–1869, British
Shakespeare's Monument at the Church at Stratford upon Avon
1834
John Phillips Set of Four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Sayings
John Phillips, active 1840–1852
Set of Four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Sayings
1828
John Phillips One of a set of four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Old Savings
John Phillips, active 1840–1852
One of a set of four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Old Savings
1828
George Cooke Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
Print made by George Cooke, 1781–1834, British
Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
1826
George Cooke Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
Print made by George Cooke, 1781–1834, British
Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
1826
James Barry King Lear
James Barry, 1741–1806, Irish
King Lear
1776
Daniel Lysons Memorial to David Garrick from Hampton Church
Daniel Lysons, 1762–1834, British
Memorial to David Garrick from Hampton Church
between 1796 and 1811
unknown artist Portrait of Moses Kean
unknown artist
Portrait of Moses Kean
undated
Samuel De Wilde Portrait Studies of Mary Wills in Cowsslip, John Kemble, Edmund Kean and Mrs. Siddons, March 31, 1802 and April 1,1802
Samuel De Wilde, 1748–1832, British
Portrait Studies of Mary Wills in Cowsslip, John Kemble, Edmund Kean and Mrs. Siddons, March 31, 1802 and April 1,1802
1802
John Thomas Serres The South Foreland and Shakespeare's Cliff (one of five drawings on one mount)
John Thomas Serres, 1759–1825, British
The South Foreland and Shakespeare's Cliff (one of five drawings on one mount)
undated
unknown artist The Death of Cordelia
unknown artist
The Death of Cordelia
undated
Henry William Bunbury A Cavalry Officer (Henry IV) Leading a Charge Outside a Castle
Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
A Cavalry Officer (Henry IV) Leading a Charge Outside a Castle
undated
Henry William Bunbury Launce Teaching His Dog Crab
Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
Launce Teaching His Dog Crab
undated
Alfred Edward Chalon Cleopatra on the Cydnus to Meet Antony
Alfred Edward Chalon, 1780–1860, British
Cleopatra on the Cydnus to Meet Antony
ca. 1821
Edward Francis Burney MacBeth: The Banquet Scene - MacBeth, Act II, Scene IV
Edward Francis Burney, 1760–1848, British
MacBeth: The Banquet Scene - MacBeth, Act II, Scene IV
undated
Henry William Bunbury Falstaff Carrying Dead Hotspur
Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
Falstaff Carrying Dead Hotspur
undated
John Massey Wright Falstaff Disguised as Herne
John Massey Wright, 1777–1866, British
Falstaff Disguised as Herne
undated
Samuel De Wilde Head of a Man with a Beard and Long Hair in the Wind
Samuel De Wilde, 1748–1832, British
Head of a Man with a Beard and Long Hair in the Wind
1786
George Fennell Robson Macbeth and Banquo on the Heath
George Fennell Robson, 1788–1833, British
Macbeth and Banquo on the Heath
ca. 1830
James Ward Mrs. Michael Angelo Taylor as 'Miranda'
Print made by James Ward, 1769–1859, British
Mrs. Michael Angelo Taylor as 'Miranda'
ca. 1798
John Dixon David Garrick as Richard III
Print made by John Dixon, ca. 1740–1811, Irish
David Garrick as Richard III
1772
John Faber the Younger Margaret Woffington as Mrs. Ford in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
Print made by John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain
Margaret Woffington as Mrs. Ford in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
1751
unknown artist Falstaff reproved by King Henry
unknown artist, ( Shenner )
Falstaff reproved by King Henry
1792
William Angus Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act I, Sc. II
William Angus, (after Ritcher), 1752–1821, British
Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act I, Sc. II
1790
Pieter van Bleeck Mrs. Cibber in the Character of Cordelia in Play of King Lear, Act III
Pieter van Bleeck, 1700–1764, Dutch, active in Britain (from 1723)
Mrs. Cibber in the Character of Cordelia in Play of King Lear, Act III
Richard Earlom William Shakespeare
Print made by Richard Earlom, 1743–1822, British
William Shakespeare
ca. 1770
William Ward Mrs. Pope as Juliet
Print made by William Ward, 1766–1826, British
Mrs. Pope as Juliet
c. 1804
William Dickinson Mrs. Gwynne and Mrs. Bunbury in the Characters of the Merry Wives of Windsor
Print made by William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
Mrs. Gwynne and Mrs. Bunbury in the Characters of the Merry Wives of Windsor
1780
Samuel Cousins William Shakespeare
Samuel Cousins, 1801–1887, British
William Shakespeare
1849
Robert Smirke She Never Told Her Love, But Sat Like Patience on a Monument
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
She Never Told Her Love, But Sat Like Patience on a Monument
1827
William Angus Much Ado About Nothing Act IV, Sc. I
William Angus, (after Ryley), 1752–1821, British
Much Ado About Nothing Act IV, Sc. I
1785
John Neagle Winter's Tale, Act 3, Scene 3
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
Winter's Tale, Act 3, Scene 3
1803
George Fennell Robson The Murder of Banquo
George Fennell Robson, 1788–1833, British
The Murder of Banquo
ca. 1830
Henry Pierce Bone The Sleepwalking Scene in Macbeth
Henry Pierce Bone, 1779–1855, British
The Sleepwalking Scene in Macbeth
undated
unknown artist Lear in the Storm
unknown artist
Lear in the Storm
undated
Henry William Bunbury The Duel: 'Twelfth Night,' Act III, Scene IV
Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
The Duel: 'Twelfth Night,' Act III, Scene IV
ca. 1790
unknown artist Shylock turn'd MacBeth...
unknown artist, ("Old envy")
Shylock turn'd MacBeth..
1773
unknown artist Shakespeare
unknown artist
Shakespeare
John Flaxman Seventeen Sketches chiefly of Mrs. Siddons in the Roles of Titania or Constance (King John) and including a Sketch of Kemble as Hamlet and a Study of Puck
John Flaxman, 1755–1826, British
Seventeen Sketches chiefly of Mrs. Siddons in the Roles of Titania or Constance (King John) and including a Sketch of Kemble as Hamlet and a Study of Puck
1783
unknown artist Shakespeare's Cliff, Dover
unknown artist
Shakespeare's Cliff, Dover
between 1826 and 1866
Robert Smirke Anne Page and Slender
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Anne Page and Slender
1821
Henry Fuseli Study for 'Finding of the Body of Bassanio'
Henry Fuseli, 1741–1825, Swiss, active in Britain (1766–70; 1779 on)
Study for 'Finding of the Body of Bassanio'
1804
Richard Parkes Bonington Studies for Shylock
Richard Parkes Bonington, 1802–1828, British
Studies for Shylock
1825
Theodor von Holst Prospero Watching Ferdinand and Miranda
Theodor von Holst, 1810–1844, British
Prospero Watching Ferdinand and Miranda
ca. 1840
Theodor von Holst Ferdinand Riding the Waves
Theodor von Holst, 1810–1844, British
Ferdinand Riding the Waves
ca. 1830
Thomas Grieve Design for A Winter's Tale
Thomas Grieve, 1799–1882, British
Design for A Winter's Tale
undated
Sir John Gilbert Enter Malvolio, Crossgartered...
Sir John Gilbert, 1817–1897, British
Enter Malvolio, Crossgartered..
1863
unknown artist Alcibiades and Timon
unknown artist
Alcibiades and Timon
undated
Robert Smirke Stephano, Trinculo and Caliban with Prospero's Magic Wardrobe
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Stephano, Trinculo and Caliban with Prospero's Magic Wardrobe
1821
Robert Smirke Prospero and Ariel
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Prospero and Ariel
1821
Robert Smirke Falstaff in the Boar's Head
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Falstaff in the Boar's Head
1807
Robert Smirke Falstaff at Herne's Oak
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Falstaff at Herne's Oak
1807
John Boyne Malvolio: Possibly a Self-Portrait in the Role
John Boyne, ca. 1750–1810, British
Malvolio: Possibly a Self-Portrait in the Role
undated
Robert Smirke Falstaff Dragging the Body of Hotspur
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Falstaff Dragging the Body of Hotspur
1825
Robert Smirke Lysander Awakening to See Helena
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Lysander Awakening to See Helena
1825
William Sharp The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
Print made by William Sharp, 1749–1824, British
The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
1783
Charles Warren Comedy of Errors, Act II Sc. 2
Charles Warren, 1767–1823, British
Comedy of Errors, Act II Sc. 2
Jan. 2, 1804
John Phillips One of a Set of Four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Old Sayings
John Phillips, active 1840–1852
One of a Set of Four: Much Ado About Nothing or Illustrations of Old Sayings
1828
Augustus Fox The Dreams of the Youthful Shakespeare
Print made by Augustus Fox, British, 1800 - 1876, British
The Dreams of the Youthful Shakespeare
1827
Andreas Geiger Viola nach Shakespeare von Deinhardstein - Costume Bild zur Theatrezeitung
Andreas Geiger, 1765–1856, Austrian
Viola nach Shakespeare von Deinhardstein - Costume Bild zur Theatrezeitung
undated
Antonin Marie Chatinière Mr. Rossi as Othello
Print made by Antonin Marie Chatinière, 1828–ca. 1900, French
Mr. Rossi as Othello
undated
John Hamilton Mortimer Edgar, "King Lear", Act III, Scene III
John Hamilton Mortimer, 1740–1779, British
Edgar, "King Lear", Act III, Scene III
1775
John Hamilton Mortimer The Poet, "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Act V, Scene I
John Hamilton Mortimer, 1740–1779, British
The Poet, "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Act V, Scene I
1775
unknown artist Mr. Kean as Gloster in "Richard III"
unknown artist, ( J. Prynn )
Mr. Kean as Gloster in "Richard III"
unknown artist Falstaff Reproved by King Henry
unknown artist, ( Shenner )
Falstaff Reproved by King Henry
1792
Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki 'Henry IV, Part I,' Act II, Scene II
Print made by Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki, German, 1726–1801, German
'Henry IV, Part I,' Act II, Scene II
undated
Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki 'Henry IV, Part I,' Act V, Scene I
Print made by Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki, German, 1726–1801, German
'Henry IV, Part I,' Act V, Scene I
undated
John Finlayson Mr. Garrick in the Character of Kitely
John Finlayson, 1730–1776, British
Mr. Garrick in the Character of Kitely
1769
Robert Thew Shakespeare, Macbeth Act IV, Scene I
Robert Thew, 1758–1802, British
Shakespeare, Macbeth Act IV, Scene I
1802
unknown artist The Globe on Bank Side where Shakespeare Acted (published b J. Serrell); page 10 (Volume Two)
unknown artist
The Globe on Bank Side where Shakespeare Acted (published b J. Serrell); page 10 (Volume Two)
1789
unknown artist Falstaff at Hern's Oak - "Merry Wives of Windsor," Act V, Scene V
unknown artist, ( ?Beneditte)
Falstaff at Hern's Oak - "Merry Wives of Windsor," Act V, Scene V
1793
Daniel Berger Die Maussalle.... - "Hamlet," Act III, Scene II
Print made by Daniel Berger, 1744–1824, German
Die Maussalle.... - "Hamlet," Act III, Scene II
between 1778 and 1780
William Bromley David Garrick as Richard III in the Drury Lane Theatre Performance, 1759
Print made by William Bromley, 1769–1842, British
David Garrick as Richard III in the Drury Lane Theatre Performance, 1759
1811
Charles Burt Anne Page, Slender and Shallow - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act III, Scene IV
Charles Burt, 1822–1894, American
Anne Page, Slender and Shallow - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act III, Scene IV
1850
Henry William Bunbury Pistol eating Fluellen's Leak - "Henry V"
Print made by Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811, British
Pistol eating Fluellen's Leak - "Henry V"
between 1811 and 1815
John Chapman Falstaff's Escape - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act IV, Scene II
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Falstaff's Escape - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act IV, Scene II
Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki ...in ein Nonnen Kloster geh: 'Hamlet,' Act III, Scene IX
Print made by Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki, German, 1726–1801, German
...in ein Nonnen Kloster geh: 'Hamlet,' Act III, Scene IX
1778
Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki Seht Ihr denn nichts hier: 'Hamlet,' Act IV, Scene II
Print made by Daniel Nikolaus Chodowieki, German, 1726–1801, German
Seht Ihr denn nichts hier: 'Hamlet,' Act IV, Scene II
1778
R. Clamp William Sommers, King Henry VIII's Jester
Print made by R. Clamp, fl.1789–1798
William Sommers, King Henry VIII's Jester
undated
James Faed Sr. Shakespeare in His Study
James Faed Sr., 1821–1911, British
Shakespeare in His Study
1859
Charles Spooner Mr. Garrick in the Character of King Lear - "King Lear", Act III, Scene V
Charles Spooner, c.1720–1767, Irish
Mr. Garrick in the Character of King Lear - "King Lear", Act III, Scene V
1761
Wilhelm Krauskopf The Merry Wives of Windsor, Act IV, Scene II
Print made by Wilhelm Krauskopf, Born 1847, German
The Merry Wives of Windsor, Act IV, Scene II
undated
Samuel Freeman David Garrick Esq.
Samuel Freeman, 1773–1857, British
David Garrick Esq
1807
George Cruikshank A Scene in the New Farce - as Performed at the Royalty Theatre!
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
A Scene in the New Farce - as Performed at the Royalty Theatre!
1821
George Cruikshank London. The Boar's-head Tavern in Eastcheap: 'Henry IV Part II,' Act II, Scene IV
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
London. The Boar's-head Tavern in Eastcheap: 'Henry IV Part II,' Act II, Scene IV
after 1857
William Nelson Gardiner Mr. Kemble, of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
Print made by William Nelson Gardiner, 1766–1814, Irish
Mr. Kemble, of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
1797
Georg Goldberg "Antony and Cleopatra," Act III, Scene XI
Georg Goldberg, 1830–1894, German
"Antony and Cleopatra," Act III, Scene XI
undated
William Heath Opera Reminiscences: Desdemona and Otello
Print made by William Heath, 1795–1840, British
Opera Reminiscences: Desdemona and Otello
1829
Thomas A. Woolnoth Mr. C. Kemble as Faulconbridge
Thomas A. Woolnoth, 1785–1857, British
Mr. C. Kemble as Faulconbridge
William Nutter Mr. Macklin and Mrs. Pope in the Characters of Shylock and Portia
William Nutter, 1754–1802, British
Mr. Macklin and Mrs. Pope in the Characters of Shylock and Portia
1789
Charles Gauthier Playter Rosalind, Celia and Orlando - "As You Like It", Act III, Scene II
Charles Gauthier Playter, died 1809
Rosalind, Celia and Orlando - "As You Like It", Act III, Scene II
Karl Friedrich Reichert Charles Kean in the Character of Hamlet
Karl Friedrich Reichert, active 1860–died 1881
Charles Kean in the Character of Hamlet
1838
William Say Mrs. Siddons
William Say, 1768–1834, British
Mrs. Siddons
1810
Peltro W. Tomkins Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Sir Toby Belch and the Clown - "Twelfth Night", Act II, Scene III
Peltro W. Tomkins, 1760–1840, British
Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Sir Toby Belch and the Clown - "Twelfth Night", Act II, Scene III
1792