Artistic Interpretations of The Tempest: #5-‘Prospero and Miranda’ by William Maw Egley

The Tempest is one of my favourite William Shakespeare plays. I thought that it would be fun to share, in no particular order, some of the many artworks inspired by this classic.

Number Five:

Prospero and Miranda by William Maw Egley, circa 1850

Prospero and Miranda by William Maw Egley, circa 1850

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4 thoughts on “Artistic Interpretations of The Tempest: #5-‘Prospero and Miranda’ by William Maw Egley

    • I have not seen it yet. I am kind of iffy about watching it (although I do think it looks good), because I am not really into Shakespeare conspiracy theories. I might have to seek it out now, though.

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