Artistic Interpretations of The Tempest: #7-‘Miranda’ by Frederick Goodall

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 Seven:

Miranda by Frederick Goodall, 1888

Miranda by Frederick Goodall, 1888

Artistic Interpretations of The Tempest: #6-‘A Study of Emma, Lady Hamilton, as Miranda’ by George Romney

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 Six:

A Study of Emma, Lady Hamilton, as Miranda by George Romney

A Study of Emma, Lady Hamilton, as Miranda by George Romney

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

Artistic Interpretations of The Tempest: #2-‘Miranda-The Tempest’ by John William Waterhouse, 1916

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 Two:

Miranda-The Tempest by John William Waterhouse, 1916

Miranda-The Tempest by John William Waterhouse, 1916