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John Boydell. Pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the dramatic works of Shakspeare. London, 1803



James Gillray. The monster broke loose, or a peep into the Shakespeare gallery. Print, 1791



Caroline Watson after Francis Wheatley. Ferdinand & Miranda Playing at Chess. Engraving, 1795



John Boydell. Pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the dramatic works of Shakspeare. London, 1803




Robert Smirke. The Awakening of King Lear. Oil on canvas, ca. 1792.




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