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"Shakspeare(sic)/ Romeo and Juliet,/ Act V. Scene III." Interior scene depicting crypt with young woman in white, Juliet, raised on one elbow gesturing to Friar Laurence who holds a torch in his left hand. The dead Romeo, vial of poison still in his hand, lies center foreground; bloodied sword visible beneath him, dead Paris at lower right. Below image, inscription (see Inscription). Effigy in armor on sarcophagus behind Juliet.
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Inscribed below title: ""Published Feb. 2, 1792, by John and Josiah Boydell, at the Shakespeare Gallery Pall Mall & No. 90. Cheaptide, London."" Below engraver: ""Marine Eng. to his Majesty""
Romeo and Juliet Act V. Scene III.
Boydell, John & Josiah (Publisher)
Simon, P. (Artist)
After Northcote, James, 1822-1904 (Artist)
London, England; New York (England), NY, USA
22.5 x 27 (HxW) (inches)
Bequset of Grace Gordon Latimer
New York state (United States)