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Portrait of Sarah Siddons as Hermione in Shakespeare's 'The Winter's Tale'; whole length, standing, leaning on pedestal, as a statue, looking away to the left; curtains in background; after Hounsom. 1802. BM 1931,0509.149

Portrait of Sarah Siddons as Hermione in Shakespeare's 'The Winter's Tale'; whole length, standing, leaning on pedestal, as a statue, looking away to the left; after Hounsom.

William Hamilton (English, 1751-1801)Portrait of Sarah Siddons, ca. 1780Oil on canvas, 32 x 27 in. (81.28 x 68.58 cm)Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

William Hamilton (English, Portrait of Sarah Siddons, ca. 1780 Oil on canvas, 32 x 27 in. x cm) Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

George Romney - Portrait of Sarah Siddons

George Romney - Portrait of Sarah Siddons

Charles Kemble by Henry Wyatt - The Athenaeum

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Charles Kemble and Harriet Smithson as Romeo and Juliet: Smithson was cast as Juliet, where she revolutionized the women's role in theater by becoming as important as her male counterpart, Romeo. Until this point, women's lines in theater were heavily cut and censored to deemphasize the role for the company's “restricted talent.” Smithson's genuine portrayal of her characters led to her fame and elusiveness. Until her fame, tragedy was considered primarily a man's realm. Her distinctly…

Charles Kemble and Harriet Smithson as Romeo and Juliet: Smithson was cast as Juliet, where she revolutionized the women's role in theater by becoming as important as her male counterpart, Romeo. Until this point, women's lines in theater were heavily cut and censored to deemphasize the role for the company's “restricted talent.” Smithson's genuine portrayal of her characters led to her fame and elusiveness. Until her fame, tragedy was considered primarily a man's realm. Her distinctly…

Circle of Edward Miles, A Lady called Hannah Spooner, wearing white dress, her hair powdered; together with a portrait of Sarah Siddons, after John Downman (2)

Circle of Edward Miles, A Lady called Hannah Spooner, wearing white dress, her hair powdered; together with a portrait of Sarah Siddons, after John Downman

Sarah Siddons as Katherine from Shakespeare's Henry V, 1785 Thornthwaite (18th Century British School) after Burney Engraving laid down on a supporting sheet In a cream, conservation grade mount (matt) Some grubbiness to the sheet edges otherwise in good condition, as illustrated Engraving: 11.4 x 7 cm (visible); mount: 25.4 x 20.4 cm (10" x 8") Visit our Frames page to view and select a frame for this work

Sarah Siddons as Katherine from Shakespeare's Henry V, 1785 Thornthwaite (18th Century British School) after Burney Engraving laid down on a supporting sheet In a cream, conservation grade mount (matt) Some grubbiness to the sheet edges otherwise in good condition, as illustrated Engraving: 11.4 x 7 cm (visible); mount: 25.4 x 20.4 cm (10" x 8") Visit our Frames page to view and select a frame for this work

Portrait Medallion - John Philip Kemble, English actor and brother of Sarah Siddons. 1757 - 1823. Attributed to John Flaxman.

Portrait Medallion - John Philip Kemble, English actor and brother of Sarah Siddons. 1757 - Attributed to John Flaxman.

anonyme (Sarah Siddons

anonyme (Sarah Siddons

Portrait of Sarah Siddons as Zara in William Congreve's 'The Mourning Bride'; whole length, standing, her left arm raised to her ear in a listening gesture, a cup of poison in her right hand; looking to the left; wearing feathers in hair, and cloak over embroidered, voluminous, gown; after Stothard; illustration to Lowndes' 'New English Theatre'.  1783 Etching and engraving

Sarah Siddons as Zara in William Congreve's 'The Mourning Bride'; illustration to Lowndes' 'New English Theatre'. 1783 Etching and engraving

Sarah Siddons as "Mrs Haller" Theatrical Portrait Early 19th.Century After Sir Thomas Lawrence.

Sarah Siddons as "Mrs Haller" Theatrical Portrait Early After Sir Thomas Lawrence.

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