RM2ABAYEH–King Lear by Benjamin West (1738-1820), oil on canvas, 1788.
RMEHA189–Edwin Austin Abbey King Lear, Act I, Scene I
RMER9C71–Edwin Forrest as King Lear - Act IV - Scene VI. Edwin Forrest as King Lear, full-length portrait, standing, facing left. Date c1897.
RMBTW3D8–Illustration for King Lear by William Shakespeare.
RMERH7K1–William Shakespeare - King Lear . King Lear dying with his daughter Cordelia. English Elizabethan playwright and poet 26 April 1564 - 23 April 1616.
RMD968FD–Shakespeare 'King Lear' first performed c1605 Lear, betrayed by his daughters Goneril and Regan and confused by rage, powerlessness and ill-treatment, comforted by his youngest daughter, Cordelia. Act IV, Sc.VII . Chromolithograph c1858.
RMD68A6M–William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Part of Cordella, heroine of the tragedy King Lear. The Iberian Illustration, 1886. Engraving.
RMCPHRKM–Scene from Shakespeare's 'King Lear,' 1934
RMDMACY2–Programme for the 2009 Headlong production of King Lear by William Shakespeare starring Pete Postlethwaite at The Young Vic.
RMBKGGEJ–KING LEAR -1970
RMG4RP9G–Nigel Hawthorne in the role of King Lear during rehearsals at the London Barbican Theatre and performed by members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
RMEJT2NR–A group of Aberystwyth University students rehearsing a modern dress version of the classic tragic drama 'King Lear' by William Shakespeare.
RMAEJ50M–King Lear Peak in South Jackson Mountrain Wilderness in Black Rock Desert National Conservation Area and Wilderness Nevada
RMCTP55F–King Lear Act 1 scene 1 1898 ( Shakespeare writer poet ) Edwin Austin Abbey American United States of America
RME0KRF7–Sep. 09, 1946 - First night of ''King Lear''. Photo Shows A Scene during the opening performance of ''King Lear'' , at the New Theatre, by the old Vie Company, last night.
RFCP8JY2–King Lear and his daughter Cordelia, after the tragedy by William Shakespeare, 1564 - 1616, an English playwright, poet and acto
RMWHBC48–John Gielgud as King Lear and Alan Badel as the Fool. Royal Shakespeare Theatre Stratford upon Avon 1950
RFBC10DH–King Lear and His Daughters, with the king of France asking for Cordelia's hand in marriage
RMRCX62N–King Lear rejecting his daughter Cordelia, wood engraving, c 1880
RME5YG12–King Lear by William Shakespeare
RMBTEHD4–Cordelia speaks in King Lear, Act IV, Scene VII by William Shakeseare. 'Sir, do you know me?'
RMERHCWM–William SHAKESPEARE - KING LEAR scene Act IV, Sc vii 'I am a very foolish, fond old man'. Lear with Cordelia - also subject of
RM2C3AKPN–Ian Holm as Lear in KING LEAR by Shakespeare at the Cottesloe Theatre, National Theatre (NT), London SE1 27/03/1997 design: Bob Crowley lighting: Jean Kalman director: Richard Eyre
RMD7W17D–William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Part of Cordella, heroine of the tragedy King Lear. The Iberian Illustration, 1886. Engraving.
RMCPHRKN–Scene from Shakespeare's 'King Lear,' 1940
RMB0KCF5–King Lear by William Shakespeare (1564-1616), (c1900). Artist: Unknown
RMBKGGFT–KING LEAR -1987
RMG69D0N–Timothy West as King Lear during a photocall for the new English Touring Theatre production of William Shakespeare's King Lear at The Old Vic, central London.
RMEJT2NM–King Lear carrying Cordelia: A group of Aberystwyth University students rehearsing a modern dress version of the classic tragic drama 'King Lear' by William Shakespeare.
RMADK9T8–King Lear Peak in South Jackson Mountrain Wilderness in Black Rock Desert National Conservation Area and Wilderness Nevada
RMFAMKA5–The Penguin edition of King Lear by William Shakespeare.
RMHRCWAT–'King Lear' by Peter F. Rothermel, Dayton Art Institute
RMJ98833–Study for King Lear by Joshua Reynolds
RMWHBHH4–Ludwig Devrient as King Lear
RMKWA64R–The book of the play, King Lear by William Shakespeare
RMKCBPCG–Drawings and Prints, Print, King Lear and Cordelia (Shakespeare, King Lear, Act 4, Scene 7), F. Bartolozzi
RMRCBWPK–Performance of King Lear on the new Shakespeare stage of the Koeniglichen Hoftheater, Royal Court Theatre, in Munich, Bavaria
RME5YG0P–King Lear by William Shakespeare
RFC7X2B7–A word cloud based on Shakespeare's King Lear
RMBTW0XM–Illustration by Sir John Gilbert for King Lear by William Shakespeare.
RMERH1RC–King Lear (Act V Scene 3) Play by William Shakespeare. 'Lear: A plague upon you, murderers, traitors all! I might have saved her; now she's gone for ever!' Painted byV W Bromley, engraved by C Mottram. WS: English poet and playwright baptised 26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616. From 'Tales from Shakespeare' by Charles and Mary Lamb, 1807.
RM2B7E0YN–Frances de la Tour (Regan), Eric Porter (Lear) in KING LEAR by Shakespeare design: Richard Hudson director: Jonathan Miller The Old Vic, London 28/03/1989 (c) Donald Cooper
RFBGD5MN–Head and shoulders of King Lear statue holding crown in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, UK
RMGG5AH4–Cordelia Championed by the Earl of Kent, from Shakespeare's King Lear I
RMAJ83MA–Scene from Shakespeare's King Lear, c1858. Artist: Robert Dudley
RFE7KPR2–king lear statue
RMG69D1A–Timothy West as King Lear and Rachel Pickup as Cordelia during a photocall for the new English Touring Theatre production of William Shakespeare's King Lear at The Old Vic, central London.
RMEJT2NN–King Lear with the blinded Gloucester: A group of Aberystwyth University students rehearsing a modern dress version of the classic tragic drama 'King Lear' by William Shakespeare.
RMCP5M0N–King Lear and his daughter Cordelia, after the tragedy by William Shakespeare, 1564 - 1616, an English playwright, poet actor
RMDYCAP8–Programme for the 2014 production of King Lear by William Shakespeare at the Olivier Theatre.
RMJFTJF2–King Lear, Act I, Scene I MET DT 2520
RMDDXW96–Act 5 Scene 3 from King Lear by William Shakespeare, 19th century. Artist: Unknown
RMPA5WCY–Poole Paul Falconer - King Lear
RMKCBP8H–Drawings and Prints, Print, Mr. Garrick in the Character of King Lear (Shakespeare, King Lear, Act 3, Scene 1
RMEFN5AK–Opening night of 'King Lear' held at the Delacorte Theater - Arrivals Featuring: Leslie Odom Jr.,Nicolette Robinson Odom Where: New York, New York, United States When: 06 Aug 2014
RMM1D6YT–An illustrated book of Shakespeare's plays open at the characters of King Lear
RMCWAME3–Edwin Forrest (1806-1872), American actor, as Shakespeare's King Lear, one of his most successful roles. Ca. 1860.
RMBTRM63–From King Lear by William Shakespeare. Lear believes Cordelia does not love him and banishes her.
RMHHW4A8–King Lear by William Shakespeare. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867 - 1939) . 'There upon a heath, exposed to the fury of
RM2DYXHWK–Ian McKellen (King Lear), Frances Barber (Goneril) in KING LEAR by Shakespeare at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England 03/04/2007 design: Christopher Oram lighting: Neil Austin director: Trevor Nunn
RM2A2D3KD–Edwin Forrest as King Lear.
RMHK9X6K–King Lear Act III, Scene II - 'He that has a house to put his head in (and Libby, McNeill & Libby's canned meats to eat) has a good head (and stomach) piece.'
RMP90679–361 King Lear Mourns 1916
RMB4MAFE–Diana Rigg Actress in the production of King Lear November 1962 with Irene Worth and Patience Collier
RMM182KC–Beijing, China. 28th Jan, 2018. Veteran theatrical actor Pu Cunxin performs in William Shakespeare's play 'King Lear' presented by the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 28, 2018. Credit: Luo Xiaoguang/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
RMD65AX4–Actor Volker Lechtenbrink as King Lear performs in a photo rehearsal of the play 'King Lear' at the Bad Hersfeld Festival in Bad Hersfeld, Germany, 12 June 2012. The Shakespeare tragedy in a production by Volker Lechtenbrink will premiere on 15 June 2012 at the 62nd Bad Hersfeld FGestival. Photo: UWE ZUCCHI
RMF6F8P7–RELEASE DATE: December 6, 1983 MOVIE TITLE: The Dresser DIRECTOR: Peter Yates STUDIO: Columbia Pictures PLOT: An effeminate personal assistant of a deteriorating veteran actor struggles to get him through a difficult performance of King Lear PICTURED: ALBERT FINNEY as Sir (Credit Image: c Courtesy of Columbia Pictures/Entertainment Pictures)
RMA8C90F–Head and Crown of King Lear Sculpture Stratford upon Avon
RMHYC5A9–King Lear mourns Cordelia's death
RMJTJ79F–William Dyce King Lear and the Fool in the Storm
RMPTXT1J–Boulanger Louis - King Lear And His Jester During The Storm
RM2G12T49–'King Lear,' Act I, Scene I by Edwin Austin Abbey (1852-1911), oil on canvas, 1898
RMM1D6YC–An illustrated book of Shakespeare's plays open at a plot summary of King Lear
RMC467JP–Friedrich Kayssler in 'King Lear', 1921
RMF38CTG–A scene from William Shakespeare's play King Lear. Act III, scene 2. Lear: 'No, I will be the pattern of all patience, I will say nothing.' Illustration by Gordon Browne.
RMERHHA2–William Shakespeare 's play King Lear - Act III Scene IV: King Lear, Kent, Fool, Edgar (disguised as a Madman) and Gloucester
RM2APBW21–Michael Gambon as Lear with Antony Sher as Lear's Fool in KING LEAR by Shakespeare directed by Adrian Noble at the Barbican Theatre, London EC2 in 1983. A Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) production. Michael John Gambon, born in Cabra, Dublin in 1940, moved to London at the age of 6 and became a British citizen. Knighted in 1998. Multi-award-winner, including 3 Oliviers and 4 BAFTAs.
RM2CGFGJF–Maclise Daniel - King Lear and Cordelia - British School - 19th Century
RMMMH1YG–. King Lear in the Storm King Lear. 1788. Benjamin West King Lear Act III scene 4
RM2CBEC80–King Lear and quote from the play, engraving by John Hamilton Mortimer, 1776
RMMC85EP–Clowns kneeling clown, alongside King Lear. Relief on the facade of the Folger Shakespeare Library, sculpted by John Gregory, 1932. Washington DC, United States of America.
RMD656YX–Actor Volker Lechtenbrink as King Lear and performs the play 'King Lear' during a photo rehearsal at the Bad Hersfeld Festival in Bad Hersfeld, Germany, 12 June 2012. The Shakespeare tragedy in a production by Volker Lechtenbrink will premiere on 15 June 2012 at the 62nd Bad Hersfeld FGestival. Photo: UWE ZUCCHI
RMF6FBNG–RELEASE DATE: Sep 15, 1987. MOVIE TITLE: King Lear. STUDIO: Cannon Films. PLOT: Everything returns to normal after Chernobyl. That is, everything but art. Most of the great works are lost, and it is up to people like William Shakespear Junior the Fifth to restore the lost artwork of the human race. He finds strange goings-on at a resort enough to remind him of all the lines of the play, dealing with mob boss Don Learo and his daughter Cordelia, a strange professor named Jean Luc-Godard (sic), who repeatedly xeroxes his hand for no particular reason. He is followed by four humanoid goblins that
RMB3KYHN–EDWIN FORREST American stage actor 1806 to 1872 here as King Lear
RMEC938N–HOWARD(1828-33) Shakspeare, King Lear, vol5, p093
RMBKGGEY–KING LEAR -1970
RMPEFDE8–Mr. Edwin Forrest as King Lear, Illustration by Henry J. Johnson, Harper's Monthly Magazine, 1879
RMG4RP9E–Nigel Hawthorne in the role of King Lear during rehearsals at the London Barbican Theatre and performed by members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
RMD88GMR–Play - King Lear - William Shakespeare
RMT7EY88–King Lear and his madman during the storm 1836 Boulanger Louis Candide ( 1806 - 1867), France, French,
RMM1D6Y7–An illustrated book of Shakespeare's plays open at characters from Hamlet and King Lear
RMC467JC–Scene from Shakespeare's 'King Lear', 1934
RMF38DCF–A scene from William Shakespeare's play King Lear. Act IV, scene 7. Lear: 'I pray, weep not. If you have poison for me, I will drink it. I know you do not love me, for your sisters have, as I do remember, done me wrong. You have some cause, they do not.' Illustration by Gordon Browne.
RMHWRE4Y–King Lear by William Shakespeare. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867 - 1939) . 'There upon a heath, exposed to the fury of the storm on a dark night, did King Lear wander out.' From Tales From Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb. WS: English poet and playwright baptised 26 April 1564 - 23 April 1616.
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