The Comedies, Histories and Tragedies of Mr. William Shakespeare, published in 1623 and that is referenced as the First Folio, read the version in English, Portuguese, French and German here.
Eugène Delacroix, “Hamlet and Horatio in the Graveyard” (1839, Oil on canvas). Hamlet is the infinity poem. Follow the story of a man who thought too well and too fast here.
“Macbeth and Banquo meeting the witches on the heath.” Paint by Théodore Chassériau, before 1856. Macbeth is Shakespeare’s canonical piece about the fear, read in full here.
“Falstaff.” Paint by Eduard von Grützner, 1919. Falstaff is the first major character of Shakespeare. Acclaimed for his wit the hero appears in Henry IV, Part I, read here.
“Shylock and Jessica.” Table Maurycy Gottlieb, 1876. Shylock is the greedy Jew who appears in the play The Merchant of Venice.
“Miranda and the Tempest” (1916) by John William Waterhouse Miranda is the daughter of Prospero in The Tempest, a magnificent play considered Shakespeare’s last before his retirement to Stratford-upon-Avon.
“Rosalind.” Painting by Robert Walker Macbeth, 1888, Shakespeare Illustrated. Rosalind is one of the most sublime Shakespearean heroines that appears in the play As You Like It.