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unknown artist Mr. Hughes House under Shakespeare's Cliff
unknown artist, nineteenth century
Mr. Hughes House under Shakespeare's Cliff
undated
Jean Marie Delatre The Death of Mark Antony
Print made by Jean Marie Delatre, 1746–1840, French
The Death of Mark Antony
1805
Charles Gauthier Playter Comedy of Errors, Act V, Scene I: "A Street before the Priory"
Charles Gauthier Playter, died 1809
Comedy of Errors, Act V, Scene I: "A Street before the Priory"
1803
Peter Simon Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV, Scene I, "A Church"
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV, Scene I, "A Church"
1803
Peter Simon Much Ado About Nothing, Act III, Scene I, "An Orchard"
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Much Ado About Nothing, Act III, Scene I, "An Orchard"
1803
William S. Leney As You Like It: Act I, Scene II: Before the Duke's Palace
William S. Leney, 1769–1831, British
As You Like It: Act I, Scene II: Before the Duke's Palace
1803
William C. Wilson As You Like It: Act IV, Scene III: A Forest: Orlando and Oliver
William C. Wilson, active 1798–1836
As You Like It: Act IV, Scene III: A Forest: Orlando and Oliver
1803
Peter Simon Taming of the Shrew: Introduction, Scene II: A Room in the Lord's House
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Taming of the Shrew: Introduction, Scene II: A Room in the Lord's House
1803
Peter Simon As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Fifth Age
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Fifth Age
1803
John Ogborne the Elder As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Fourth Age
John Ogborne the Elder, 1755–1795, British
As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Fourth Age
1803
Francis Legat Troilus and Cressida, Act II, Scene II: Scene, Troy - Cassandrra Raving
Francis Legat, 1755–1809, British
Troilus and Cressida, Act II, Scene II: Scene, Troy - Cassandrra Raving
1803
Robert Thew Near Milford Haven, 'Cymbeline,' Act III, Scene IV
Print made by Robert Thew, 1758–1802, British
Near Milford Haven, 'Cymbeline,' Act III, Scene IV
1803
John Ogborne the Elder As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Second Age
John Ogborne the Elder, 1755–1795, British
As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Second Age
1803
James Fittler Winter's Tale, Act IV, Scene III: A Shepherds Cot
James Fittler, 1758–1835, British
Winter's Tale, Act IV, Scene III: A Shepherds Cot
1803
Peter Simon Winter's Tale, Act II, Scene III: A Palace: Leontes, Antigone, Lords, etc.
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Winter's Tale, Act II, Scene III: A Palace: Leontes, Antigone, Lords, etc
1803
Luigi Schiavonetti Troilus and Cressida, Act V, Scene II: Calcha's Tent
Luigi Schiavonetti, 1765–1810, Italian
Troilus and Cressida, Act V, Scene II: Calcha's Tent
1803
William S. Leney As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Sixth Age
William S. Leney, 1769–1831, British
As You Like it, Act II, Scene VII: The Seven Ages: The Sixth Age
1803
James Gillray King Henry The Fourth's Last Scene
James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
King Henry The Fourth's Last Scene
1788
unknown artist Miss Lissie Weston as Oberon - Midsummer Night's Dream, Act II, Scene II
unknown artist
Miss Lissie Weston as Oberon - Midsummer Night's Dream, Act II, Scene II
1855
Richard James Lane Mrs. Siddons
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872, British
Mrs. Siddons
1830
Henry Thomas Alken Set of Seven: Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Set of Seven: Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man
1824
unknown artist Taming of the Shrew, Induc. Sc. II
unknown artist, ( Armstrong )
Taming of the Shrew, Induc. Sc. II
1803
unknown artist Taming of the Shrew
unknown artist
Taming of the Shrew
unknown artist Much Ado About Nothing
unknown artist, ( Hopwood )
Much Ado About Nothing
1798
unknown artist Costume Hamlet
unknown artist, ( G )
Costume Hamlet
Joseph Grozer Miss Wallis in the Character of Juliet
Joseph Grozer, ca. 1755–1798, British
Miss Wallis in the Character of Juliet
1796
unknown artist Falstaff - "Henry IV", Part II, Act V, Scene IV
unknown artist, ( F. Sexton )
Falstaff - "Henry IV", Part II, Act V, Scene IV
James Ward G.F. Cooke, Esquire, in the Character of Iago
James Ward, 1769–1859, British
G.F. Cooke, Esquire, in the Character of Iago
unknown artist Macbeth as Performed at National Theatre
unknown artist
Macbeth as Performed at National Theatre
ca. 1830
unknown artist Continuation of the Procession of Shakespeare's Characters
unknown artist
Continuation of the Procession of Shakespeare's Characters
1769
unknown artist Shakespeare with his Family, at Stratford, Reciting the Tragedy Hamlet
unknown artist
Shakespeare with his Family, at Stratford, Reciting the Tragedy Hamlet
Charles Normand The Infant Shakspeare attended by Nature and the Passions
Charles Normand, 1765–1840, French
The Infant Shakspeare attended by Nature and the Passions
William Sharp John Philip Kemble
William Sharp, 1749–1824, British
John Philip Kemble
undated
John Raphael Smith Rosalind
John Raphael Smith, 1752–1812, British
Rosalind
William Ward The late Mrs Pope as Juliet
William Ward, 1766–1826, British
The late Mrs Pope as Juliet
Robert Thew King Henry VI, Part I: Act II, Scene V, A Room in the Tower (The Death of Mortimer)
Print made by Robert Thew, 1758–1802, British
King Henry VI, Part I: Act II, Scene V, A Room in the Tower (The Death of Mortimer)
1792
George Cooke Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
Print made by George Cooke, 1781–1834, British
Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
1826
Robert Thew First Part of King Henry the sixth: Keep, My Lord ... (Act II, Scene 5)
Print made by Robert Thew, 1758–1802, British
First Part of King Henry the sixth: Keep, My Lord ... (Act II, Scene 5)
1793
Valentine Green Portrait of David Garrick
Valentine Green, 1739–1813, British
Portrait of David Garrick
Samuel Middiman As You Like It: Act II Scene 1. Jacques and the Wounded Stag.
Samuel Middiman, ca. 1750–1831, British
As You Like It: Act II Scene 1. Jacques and the Wounded Stag
1791
Peter Simon A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act IV, Scene I
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act IV, Scene I
c.1796
Peter Simon Tempest, Act I, Scene II. The Enchanted Island.
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Tempest, Act I, Scene II. The Enchanted Island
1803
Peter Simon Much Ado About Nothing. Act IV, Scene 1
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Much Ado About Nothing. Act IV, Scene 1
1803
Peter Simon As You Like It: Act V Scene IV: Rosalind and Orlando
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
As You Like It: Act V Scene IV: Rosalind and Orlando
1791
Thomas Ryder Midsummer Night's Dream: Act IV, Scene I
after Thomas Ryder, 1746–1810, Irish
Midsummer Night's Dream: Act IV, Scene I
1803
Thomas Ryder Love's Labour Lost. Act IV Scene I . 'Then Forester, my friend.'
Thomas Ryder, 1746–1810, Irish
Love's Labour Lost. Act IV Scene I . 'Then Forester, my friend.'
1803
James Heath John Bannister, Actor
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
John Bannister, Actor
1799-1805
Richard Bernard Godfrey George, Duke of Clarence
after Richard Bernard Godfrey, (?), 1728–op.1794, British
George, Duke of Clarence
Peter Simon Much Ado About Nothing: Act III, Scene I: Hero
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Much Ado About Nothing: Act III, Scene I: Hero
1803
Robert Smirke [One from] Illustrations to Shakespeare
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
[One from] Illustrations to Shakespeare
John Scott Eclipse (?) Shakespeare
Print made by John Scott, 1774–1828, British
Eclipse (?) Shakespeare
unknown artist The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act III, Sc. I
unknown artist, ( Hopwood )
The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act III, Sc. I
1800
George Cruikshank The Green Room at Drury Lane Theatre
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Green Room at Drury Lane Theatre
unknown artist Mrs. Gardiner - The Tragedy of Macbeth
unknown artist
Mrs. Gardiner - The Tragedy of Macbeth
Valentine Green David Garrick with a Bust of Shakespeare
Print made by Valentine Green, 1739–1813, British
David Garrick with a Bust of Shakespeare
1769
Abraham Raimbach Antony and Cleopatra Act IV Sc. 8
Abraham Raimbach, 1784–1868, British
Antony and Cleopatra Act IV Sc. 8
William Strang English Etchings: Scene from Macbeth, Number 16
William Strang, 1859–1921, British
English Etchings: Scene from Macbeth, Number 16
ca. 1881
Richard James Lane Miss Siddons, 1800
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872, British
Miss Siddons, 1800
1830
John Neagle Comedy of Errors, Act II, Scene II
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
Comedy of Errors, Act II, Scene II
Richard James Lane Mrs. John Kemble
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872, British
Mrs. John Kemble
John Hayter Madame Pasta as Desdemona (Volume of 102 lithographs)
John Hayter, 1800–1895, British
Madame Pasta as Desdemona (Volume of 102 lithographs)
undated
William Ward Garrick in the Green Room
William Ward, 1766–1826, British
Garrick in the Green Room
1829
unknown artist Mr. Charles Kemble as Pierre (Volume of 102 Lithographs)
unknown artist
Mr. Charles Kemble as Pierre (Volume of 102 Lithographs)
Richard James Lane Chas. Kemble Esqr., 1798
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872, British
Chas. Kemble Esqr., 1798
1830
Richard James Lane Sir Toby Belch, 1800
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872, British
Sir Toby Belch, 1800
1800
Richard James Lane Miss Siddons, 1797
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872, British
Miss Siddons, 1797
1830
Philip Dawe Juliet
Print made by Philip Dawe, ca.1745–ca.1809, British
Juliet
1779
Frederick Christian Lewis the Elder Miss O'Neill as Juliet - "Romeo and Juliet", Act II, Scene II
Frederick Christian Lewis the Elder, 1779–1856, British
Miss O'Neill as Juliet - "Romeo and Juliet", Act II, Scene II
1816
unknown artist Mrs. Siddons, in the Character of the Tragic Muse
unknown artist
Mrs. Siddons, in the Character of the Tragic Muse
undated
unknown artist Macbeth
unknown artist
Macbeth
unknown artist Kean, in the Character of Richard III
unknown artist
Kean, in the Character of Richard III
unknown artist Characters from a German Production of Macbeth (one of six etchings)
unknown artist
Characters from a German Production of Macbeth (one of six etchings)
unknown artist Characters from a German Production of Macbeth (one of six etchings)
unknown artist
Characters from a German Production of Macbeth (one of six etchings)
unknown artist Characters from a German Production of Macbeth (one of six etchings)
unknown artist
Characters from a German Production of Macbeth (one of six etchings)
James Heath "Here, I and sorrows sit; here is my throne, bid kings come and bow to it"
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
"Here, I and sorrows sit; here is my throne, bid kings come and bow to it"
1802
James Heath "Mark your divorce young sir, whom son I dare not call"
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
"Mark your divorce young sir, whom son I dare not call"
1804
Gustav Kuhn "Macbeth": Theatre-Figuren
Gustav Kuhn, 1872–ca. 1928
"Macbeth": Theatre-Figuren
unknown artist "Romeo And Juliet", Act I, Scene V
unknown artist
"Romeo And Juliet", Act I, Scene V
unknown artist Mr. Kean as Richard III
unknown artist
Mr. Kean as Richard III
Robert Thew Cymbeline, Act III, Scene IV (engraving for Boydell's "Shakespeare Gallery")
Robert Thew, 1758–1802, British
Cymbeline, Act III, Scene IV (engraving for Boydell's "Shakespeare Gallery")
1801
James Heath Portrait of John Philip Kemble, Actor
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
Portrait of John Philip Kemble, Actor
1799-1805
Robert Smirke Untitled: Two Medieval Crests
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Untitled: Two Medieval Crests
Robert Smirke Untitled: Classical Pastoral Scene
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Untitled: Classical Pastoral Scene
unknown artist King Henry VI, Second Part, Act 3, Scene 3
unknown artist, ( Andrew Gray )
King Henry VI, Second Part, Act 3, Scene 3
1801
Anthony Cardon Portrait of George Frederick Cooke, Actor
Anthony Cardon, 1772–1813, Flemish
Portrait of George Frederick Cooke, Actor
1799-1805
James Heath Sarah Siddons, Actress
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
Sarah Siddons, Actress
Robert Smirke Untitled: Classical Domestic Scene
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Untitled: Classical Domestic Scene
Robert Smirke Untitled: Classical Domestic Scene
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Untitled: Classical Domestic Scene
Samuel William Reynolds Anne Page and Slender
Samuel William Reynolds, 1773–1835, British
Anne Page and Slender
1829
Edward Robert Hughes Portia
Edward Robert Hughes, 1851–1914, British
Portia
undated
unknown artist Shakespeare's Birthplace, Henley Street, Stratford-on-Avon
unknown artist, ( G. Mark Hayes )
Shakespeare's Birthplace, Henley Street, Stratford-on-Avon
undated
A. Birrell Windsor Castle, Richard II, Act V, Scene III; page 102 (Volume Three)
A. Birrell, ca.1770–ca. 1820, British
Windsor Castle, Richard II, Act V, Scene III; page 102 (Volume Three)
unknown artist Charles Kemble
unknown artist
Charles Kemble
c.1860
unknown artist Mr. Kean as Othello
unknown artist
Mr. Kean as Othello
unknown artist Allegorical Homage to Shakespeare
unknown artist
Allegorical Homage to Shakespeare
George Cruikshank A Fancy Sketch, to the Memory of Shakespeare
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
A Fancy Sketch, to the Memory of Shakespeare
1797
William Nelson Gardiner Falstaff at Justice Shallow's Mustering his Recruits - "Henry IV," Part II, Act III, Scene III
William Nelson Gardiner, 1766–1814, Irish
Falstaff at Justice Shallow's Mustering his Recruits - "Henry IV," Part II, Act III, Scene III
1792
unknown artist Shakespeare's Seven Ages
unknown artist
Shakespeare's Seven Ages
1796
Samuel William Reynolds Garrick in the Character of Richard, third
Samuel William Reynolds, 1773–1835, British
Garrick in the Character of Richard, third
1825
unknown artist Richard II - "Richard II", Act III, Scene II
unknown artist, ( F. Sexton )
Richard II - "Richard II", Act III, Scene II