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Thomas Stothard Prospero, Miranda and Ariel, from "The Tempest," Act I, scene ii
Thomas Stothard, 1755–1834, British
Prospero, Miranda and Ariel, from "The Tempest," Act I, scene ii
ca. 1799
unknown artist Prospero, Miranda and Ariel, from "The Tempest"
unknown artist, eighteenth century
Prospero, Miranda and Ariel, from "The Tempest"
ca. 1780
Caroline Watson Scene from the Tempest (VI)
Caroline Watson, 1760–1814, British
Scene from the Tempest (VI)
1795
John Hamilton Mortimer Caliban, from The Tempest
John Hamilton Mortimer, 1740–1779, British
Caliban, from The Tempest
1775
Henry J. Townsend Where the Bea Sucks. The Tempest, Act 3, Scene 1. Fairy in Hammock of Convolvulus.
Henry J. Townsend, 1810–1890, British
Where the Bea Sucks. The Tempest, Act 3, Scene 1. Fairy in Hammock of Convolvulus
1853
Robert Smirke Prospero Conjuring a Masque for Ferdinand and Miranda
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Prospero Conjuring a Masque for Ferdinand and Miranda
ca. 1810
Robert Smirke Ferdinand Reunited with his Father
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Ferdinand Reunited with his Father
1821
Robert Smirke Tempest
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Tempest
1821
Robert Smirke Stephano and Trinculo with Caliban
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Stephano and Trinculo with Caliban
1821
James Gillray Shakespeare Sacrificed; or, The Offering to Avarice
Print made by James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
Shakespeare Sacrificed; or, The Offering to Avarice
1789
Robert Thew Shakespeare's Tempest Act IV Scene I. Prospero's Cell.
Robert Thew, 1758–1802, British
Shakespeare's Tempest Act IV Scene I. Prospero's Cell
1800
Isaac Cruikshank Shakespeare's Prophecy, the Last Act by One in the Tempest, or the Jack Daws in Borrowed Feathers (from: Caricature, vol. 3)
Isaac Cruikshank, 1756–1810, British
Shakespeare's Prophecy, the Last Act by One in the Tempest, or the Jack Daws in Borrowed Feathers (from: Caricature, vol. 3)
1795
William Sharp The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
Print made by William Sharp, 1749–1824, British
The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
1783
Robert Smirke Prospero and Ariel
Robert Smirke, 1752–1845, British
Prospero and Ariel
1821
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
James Ward Mrs. Michael Angelo Taylor as 'Miranda'
Print made by James Ward, 1769–1859, British
Mrs. Michael Angelo Taylor as 'Miranda'
ca. 1798
George Romney Abandonment and Rescue of Perdita from "The Winter's Tale" (Tampered with but Not Fake)
George Romney, 1734–1802, British
Abandonment and Rescue of Perdita from "The Winter's Tale" (Tampered with but Not Fake)
undated
George Romney Tempest, Version A
George Romney, 1734–1802, British
Tempest, Version A
undated
Sir John Everett Millais Study for the Head of Ferdinand in "Ferdinand Lured by Ariel"
Sir John Everett Millais, 1829–1896, British
Study for the Head of Ferdinand in "Ferdinand Lured by Ariel"
1849
William Young Ottley Prospero Summoning Ariel
William Young Ottley, 1771–1836, British
Prospero Summoning Ariel
ca. 1800
Benjamin Smith "Tempest", Act I, Scene I
Benjamin Smith, 1775–1833, British
"Tempest", Act I, Scene I
1797
George Romney Miranda, Prospero, and Caliban: The Tempest
George Romney, 1734–1802, British
Miranda, Prospero, and Caliban: The Tempest
undated
Mary Hoare Prospero and Miranda
Mary Hoare, 1753–1820, British
Prospero and Miranda
1781
Mary Hoare Ferdinand and Ariel
Mary Hoare, 1753–1820, British
Ferdinand and Ariel
ca. 1781
George Romney Prospero and Miranda
George Romney, 1734–1802, British
Prospero and Miranda
ca. 1787
unknown artist Scene from the Tempest
unknown artist
Scene from the Tempest
undated
unknown artist A View of the Valley of Stones, Devon, with a scene in the Tempest, Act 1
unknown artist
A View of the Valley of Stones, Devon, with a scene in the Tempest, Act 1
undated
Peter Simon Tempest, Act I, Scene II. The Enchanted Island.
Peter Simon, 1750–1810
Tempest, Act I, Scene II. The Enchanted Island
1803
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Pospero Disarming Ferdinand from The Tempest, Act I, Scene II
Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Pospero Disarming Ferdinand from The Tempest, Act I, Scene II
1793
unknown artist Figure Studies for "The Tempest"
unknown artist
Figure Studies for "The Tempest"