5 Shakespeare Clipart
Today we have a stunning collection of Shakespeare Clipart! These beautiful women are from an old set of Shakespearian books that I’ve had for quite some time. They are wonderful engravings. My favorite might be the lovely widow Constance, Duchess of Brittany from “King John.” Her soulful face says it all. We share the Princess of France from “Love’s Labor’s Lost” and Blanche of Castile from “King John” as well. You will see lovely illustrations of Lady Northumberland from “King Henry IV” and Beatrice from “Much Ado about Nothing.” I can just see a beautiful Junk Journal created from these images.
Vintage Shakespeare Women with Crowns
This beauty is the widow Constance, Duchess of Brittany, from “The Life and Death of King John.” Her soulful face says it all. She wears a gorgeous jeweled crown and an ermine trimmed cape, but her eyes seemed pained. The position of her eyes peering upward is unusually interesting. I wonder if she is looking for spiritual guidance perhaps. Such a beautiful, fascinating engraving!
This fair maiden is the Princess of France from “Love’s Labour’s Lost.” She has such a lovely face along with a very pretty crown and dress! I love how the lovely large feather hangs down from her crown. The patterns on that dress appear to be quite intricately designed. Her expression along with fingers on her chin seems to me that she might be having an “oh my goodness” moment!
The Shakespeare Clipart featured here is Blanche of Castile who was also a Queen of France. She was married to Louis VIII. She also comes to us from “The Life and Death of King John.” I love her long, flowing hair and the simple crown. It would have been easier to wear that some of the larger ones. What could her hand gesture represent? Such a beautiful engraving!
Old Shakespeare Clip Art
Here we have another one of Shakespeare’s lovely ladies! This one is the Lady Northumberland from “King Henry IV.” She has such delicate features (love those eyes) and a beautiful long cape, encrusted with jewels! Not your everyday attire for sure! I love her long, wavy hair flowing to her waist held away from her face with a braided section. I think she just exudes Royalty!
The beautiful woman shown above is Beatrice from “Much Ado about Nothing.” As with many of the other women in these books, she is making a hand gesture and displays a unique expression with that smile and focused eyes. I assume that she is waving to someone but am not certain of it. Make sure you click to see all the lovely detail from this wonderful engraving.
I hope you enjoyed this curated collection of Shakespeare Clipart. You might also like the over 230 Images in our Women Archives HERE!