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    Vienna Burgtheater (Court Theatre),staircase (right): Ceiling fresco:A performance of Romeo and Juliet at the Globe Theatre,1884-87.Detail of 40-17-06/70. Three men,standing,are portraits of the three painters of the frescos,Gustav and Ernst Klimt and Franz Matsch.

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    Ophelia 1851-2 Shakespeare's character Ophelia, driven insane by the murder of her father by her lover Hamlet, is portrayed singing in her madness as she drowns. Canvas; 762 x 1118 mm N01506

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    Les enfants d'Edouard IV - The Children of Edward IV in the Tower. According to Shakespeare and Thomas Morus, but not confirmed by modern historians, the boys, Edward V and Richard, were murdered by their uncle, King Richard III. Oil on canvas (1830) - 181 x 215 cm Inv. 3834

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    British actor Spranger Barry (1719-1777) and his second wife Ann Street Barry (1734-1801) performing in Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Canvas; 18th century.

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    Lady Macbeth walks in her sleep (Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act V scene 1) Canvas, 221 x 160 cm

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    Titania liebkost Zettel mit dem Eselskopf - Titania caresses Bottom with the donkey's head,1793/94 Canvas

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    A Midsummernight's Dream,1871/71.First sketch for a curtain for the Vienna Stadttheater. Canvas,119 x 134 cm Inv.30.303

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    David Garrick (1717-1774) as Richard III by William Shakespeare. Canvas; 18th century.

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    Othello and Desdemona in Venice. Othello recounts his life to Desdemona (Shakespeare, act 1) Wood, 25 x 20 cm R.F. 3897

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    Sommeil de Caliban - Caliban's sleep (Shakespeare, The Storm), 1895-1900. Wood,48,3 x 38,5 cm R.F.1984-48

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    Le sommeil de Titania - Titania sleeping (Shakespeare, A Summernights' dream) Canvas; 64 x 77 cm R.F. 1997-12

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    Portrait of William Shakespeare, 1623. This frontispiece to the First Folio edition of Shakespeare's works is one of the earliest portraits of the poet. Droeshout must have worked from a painting or drawing of Shakespeare as a young man, as he himself was only fifteen when Shakespeare died. PD, 1852-6-12-441

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    Robert Coates as Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare. Canvas; 1812.

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    Model reconstruction of the Globe Theatre in London. The original Globe Theatre, built in 1599 by the playing company to which Shakespeare belonged, and destroyed by fire in 1613.

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    Joseph George Holman as Edgar in an 18th century production of "King Lear" by William Shakespeare. At this time the plays of Shakespeare were always presented in contemporary costume. Canvas; 18th century.

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    Les enfants d'Edouard IV - The Children of Edward IV in the Tower. According to Shakespeare and Thomas Morus, but not confirmed by modern historians, the boys, Edward V and Richard, were murdered by their uncle, King Richard III. Detail of the dog. For overall view please see 40-11-02/69. Oil on canvas (1830) - 181 x 215 cm Inv. 3834

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    Actor David Garrick (1717-1774) as Benedict in William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing". Watercolour; 18th century.

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    Hamlet and Horatio in the Churchyard. Oil on canvas (1859) 81.5 x 65.5 cm RF 1942

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    Macbeth Etching (1918) 39.5 x 29.5 cm

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    Les enfants d'Edouard IV - The Children of Edward IV in the Tower. According to Shakespeare and Thomas Morus, but not confirmed by modern historians, the boys, Edward V and Richard, were murdered by their uncle, King Richard III. Detail of the dog. (40-11-02/69). Oil on canvas (1830) - 181 x 215 cm Inv. 3834

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    Sketch of the front elevation of Shakespeare's house, showing the beams used in the construction of the wood frame. From the Portland Papers, Vol.438 (291246) ID:Add.70438

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    Ludwig Tieck (1773-1836), German writer and translator of Shakespeare's plays. 1834

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