William Shakespeare Between Tragedy and Comedy by Richard Westall
Shakespeare is depicted sitting on a chair holding the hand of Comedy who is dressed in white floating robes and stands behind him.
William Shakespeare Between Tragedy and Comedy by Richard Westall, 1825
© by kind permission of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
- Oil on panel
- 118 x 113 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £5,750 ( Total: £23,000)
- Acquired in:
He points to Tragedy who wears a black cloak and seems to be walking away.
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