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Ophelia Collection

"Ophelia: A Tragic Tale of Love and Madness" In the iconic photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, Mary Pinnock embodies the essence of Ophelia

Background imageOphelia Collection: Mary Pinnock as Ophelia by Julia Margaret Cameron

Mary Pinnock as Ophelia by Julia Margaret Cameron
Ophelia (Mary Pinnock) by Julia Margaret Cameron. Date: 1867

Background imageOphelia Collection: OPHELIA

OPHELIA
Ophelia Goes Mad, Hands out Wild Flowers Date: 1906

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet & Ophelia

Hamlet & Ophelia
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark and Ophelia

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia Drowns

Ophelia Drowns
Ophelia drowns

Background imageOphelia Collection: SHAKESPEARE: HAMLET. Ophelia, gone mad, distributes flowers (Act IV, Scene V)

SHAKESPEARE: HAMLET. Ophelia, gone mad, distributes flowers (Act IV, Scene V). Wood engraving after Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897) for William Shakespeares play

Background imageOphelia Collection: Sir John Everett Millais, 1st Baronet, PRA (1829 -1896) Ophelia

Sir John Everett Millais, 1st Baronet, PRA (1829 -1896) Ophelia

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet and Ophelia, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Act iii, Scene 1 (engraving)

Hamlet and Ophelia, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Act iii, Scene 1 (engraving)
5216226 Hamlet and Ophelia, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Act iii, Scene 1 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hamlet and Ophelia, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Young Ophelia

Young Ophelia
Tammy Swarek

Background imageOphelia Collection: Josephine de Reszke

Josephine de Reszke
3118711 Josephine de Reszke; (add.info.: Portrait of Josephine de Reszke (1855-1891) a Polish soprano. Dated 19th Century.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageOphelia Collection: The muse

The muse
Michaela Durisova

Background imageOphelia Collection: All Hallows Eve

All Hallows Eve
Delphine Margau

Background imageOphelia Collection: Illustration for Shakespeare's Hamlet, 1778. Creator: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki

Illustration for Shakespeare's Hamlet, 1778. Creator: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki
Illustration for Shakespeare's Hamlet, 1778

Background imageOphelia Collection: Christina Nilsson, 1843-1921, opera-singer, as Ofelia, 1873. Creator: Alexandre Cabanel

Christina Nilsson, 1843-1921, opera-singer, as Ofelia, 1873. Creator: Alexandre Cabanel
Christina Nilsson, 1843-1921, opera-singer, as Ofelia, 1873

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophélie, la cape bleue sur les eaux (Ophelia with a Blue Wimple in the Water), 1900-1905

Ophélie, la cape bleue sur les eaux (Ophelia with a Blue Wimple in the Water), 1900-1905. Creator: Odilon Redon
Ophelie, la cape bleue sur les eaux (Ophelia with a Blue Wimple in the Water), 1900-1905

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, between 1894 and 1895. Creator: Paul Albert Steck

Ophelia, between 1894 and 1895. Creator: Paul Albert Steck
Ophelia, between 1894 and 1895

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet Scene

Hamlet Scene
A painting depicting a scene from Mr. Martin Harvey's production of the Shakespeare play, Hamlet, where a procession of white cloaked people are bearing the coffin

Background imageOphelia Collection: John Barrymore and Fay Compton

John Barrymore and Fay Compton
Actors John Barrymore (1882-1942) and Fay Compton (1894-1978) in their roles as Hamlet and Ophelia for a production soon to open at the Haymarket Theatre in London. Date: 1925

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet at the Haymarket Theatre, theatrical portraits. With description

Hamlet at the Haymarket Theatre, theatrical portraits. With description, Miss Constance Collier as the Queen and Mr John Barrymore, the famous American actor-manager

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, girl playing Shakespearian character (photo)

Ophelia, girl playing Shakespearian character (photo)
667728 Ophelia, girl playing Shakespearian character (photo) by French Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia, girl playing Shakespearian character)

Background imageOphelia Collection: St Valentines Day in London, 14 February (litho)

St Valentines Day in London, 14 February (litho)
1598484 St Valentines Day in London, 14 February (litho) by Hurst, Hal (b.1865); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Valentines Day in London, 14 February)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, (pencil, pen and black ink and brown wash, on paper)

Ophelia, (pencil, pen and black ink and brown wash, on paper)
1199574 Ophelia, (pencil, pen and black ink and brown wash, on paper) by Rossetti, Dante Gabriel Charles (1828-82); 22.3x17.5 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageOphelia Collection: The Death of Ophelia; La Mort d Ophelie, (oil on canvas)

The Death of Ophelia; La Mort d Ophelie, (oil on canvas)
826387 The Death of Ophelia; La Mort d Ophelie, (oil on canvas) by Redon, Odilon (1840-1916); 30x40 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Death of Ophelia; La Mort d Ophelie)

Background imageOphelia Collection: La Petite Ophelie, 1875 (oil on canvas)

La Petite Ophelie, 1875 (oil on canvas)
615712 La Petite Ophelie, 1875 (oil on canvas) by Bouguereau, William-Adolphe (1825-1905); 56.5x46 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; French, out of copyright

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, 1909 (oil on canvas)

Ophelia, 1909 (oil on canvas)
989709 Ophelia, 1909 (oil on canvas) by Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal Adolphe Jean (1852-1929); 156.8x103.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia. Pascal Adolphe Jean Dagnan-Bouveret (1852-1929)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, (oil on canvas)

Ophelia, (oil on canvas)
658862 Ophelia, (oil on canvas) by Stevens, Alfred Emile (1823-1906); 128x99 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia. Alfred Stevens (1823-1906). Oil on canvas

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet and Ophelia (chromolitho)

Hamlet and Ophelia (chromolitho)
3626451 Hamlet and Ophelia (chromolitho) by Brundage, Frances (1854-1937); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hamlet and Ophelia)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Scene from Shakespeares Hamlet (Act IV, Scene 7) (litho)

Scene from Shakespeares Hamlet (Act IV, Scene 7) (litho)
5996163 Scene from Shakespeares Hamlet (Act IV, Scene 7) (litho) by Piloty, Ferdinand the Elder (1786-1844); Private Collection; (add.info.: Scene from Shakespeares Hamlet (Act IV, Scene 7)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Cartoon girl and a joke about smiling (colour litho)

Cartoon girl and a joke about smiling (colour litho)
5999902 Cartoon girl and a joke about smiling (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cartoon girl and a joke about smiling)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 7 (chromolitho)

Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 7 (chromolitho)
5213837 Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 7 (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 7)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet at the Princesss Theatre (engraving)

Hamlet at the Princesss Theatre (engraving)
1622873 Hamlet at the Princesss Theatre (engraving) by Forestier, Amedee (1854-1930) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hamlet at the Princesss Theatre)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet and Ophelia, Act III, Scene I (engraving)

Hamlet and Ophelia, Act III, Scene I (engraving)
727173 Hamlet and Ophelia, Act III, Scene I (engraving) by Watson, James Dawson (1832-92); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hamlet and Ophelia, Act III, Scene I)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, drowned

Ophelia, drowned
LLM457963 Ophelia, drowned by Copping, Harold (1863-1932); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia, drowned. Illustration for Hamlet (Raphael Tuck, c 1890).); © Look and Learn

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, Hamlet (chromolitho)

Ophelia, Hamlet (chromolitho)
729896 Ophelia, Hamlet (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia, Hamlet. From a Shakespeare card game)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia with the king and queen, illustration from Hamlet (colour litho)

Ophelia with the king and queen, illustration from Hamlet (colour litho)
3082594 Ophelia with the king and queen, illustration from Hamlet (colour litho) by Copping, Harold (1863-1932); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Cover of Eve Magazine 25 February 1925 featuring

Cover of Eve Magazine 25 February 1925 featuring the actress Fay Compton as Ophelia in Hamlet at the Haymarket Date: 1925

Background imageOphelia Collection: Miss Gerard as Ophelia (engraving)

Miss Gerard as Ophelia (engraving)
1616258 Miss Gerard as Ophelia (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Miss Gerard as Ophelia)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Willow, Willow from Hamlet by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Willow, Willow from Hamlet by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Ma54999 Willow, Willow from Hamlet by William Shakespeare (1564-1616) by Leslie, George Dunlop (1835-1921); Private Collection; Photo eThe Ms Gallery, London; English, out of copyright

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, mad

Ophelia, mad
LLM457962 Ophelia, mad by Copping, Harold (1863-1932); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia, mad. Illustration for Hamlet (Raphael Tuck, c 1890).); © Look and Learn

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia (oil on panel)

Ophelia (oil on panel)
938689 Ophelia (oil on panel) by Clairin, Georges (1843-1919); 66.5x37 cm; Private Collection; French, out of copyright

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia (engraving)

Ophelia (engraving)
664689 Ophelia (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia. Illustration for The Library Shakespeare (William Mackenzie, c 1890)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia (gravure)

Ophelia (gravure)
671932 Ophelia (gravure) by Lemaire, Madeleine (1845-1928); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia. Illustration for Character Sketches of Romance)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia, 1883 (oil on canvas)

Ophelia, 1883 (oil on canvas)
695493 Ophelia, 1883 (oil on canvas) by Cabanel, Alexandre (1823-89); 77x117.5 cm; Private Collection; French, out of copyright

Background imageOphelia Collection: Ophelia from Hamlet

Ophelia from Hamlet
LLM454184 Ophelia from Hamlet by Redgrave, Richard (1804-88); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia from Hamlet. Illustration for Shakespeares Heroes and Heroines (Raphael Tuck)

Background imageOphelia Collection: There, on the pendant boughs her coronet weeds / Clambering to hang

There, on the pendant boughs her coronet weeds / Clambering to hang
IL433757 There, on the pendant boughs her coronet weeds / Clambering to hang, an envious sliver broke, 1910 (colour litho) by Simmonds, W. G

Background imageOphelia Collection: Hamlet: Ophelia (chromolitho)

Hamlet: Ophelia (chromolitho)
735044 Hamlet: Ophelia (chromolitho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hamlet: Ophelia. Liebig card)

Background imageOphelia Collection: Chiretta or chirayta, Ophelia chirata

Chiretta or chirayta, Ophelia chirata. Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley and Henry Trimens Medicinal Plants, London, 1880

Background imageOphelia Collection: The medieval festivals of the city of Hamlet (colour litho)

The medieval festivals of the city of Hamlet (colour litho)
2777729 The medieval festivals of the city of Hamlet (colour litho) by Beltrame, Achille (1871-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: The medieval festivals of the city of Hamlet)



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"Ophelia: A Tragic Tale of Love and Madness" In the iconic photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, Mary Pinnock embodies the essence of Ophelia, a character that has captivated audiences for centuries. From Shakespeare's renowned play "Hamlet, " Ophelia emerges as a symbol of innocence lost and love unrequited. The image brings to mind the haunting scene where Ophelia drowns in her despair. As Hamlet's lover, she becomes entangled in his web of deceit and madness, ultimately succumbing to her own inner turmoil. Sir John Everett Millais' painting further immortalizes Ophelia's tragic fate. Surrounded by nature's beauty, she floats serenely on the water's surface, adorned with flowers that represent her fragmented state of mind. This portrayal captures both her delicate vulnerability and profound sorrow. Shakespeare himself vividly depicts Ophelia's descent into madness when she distributes flowers in Act IV. Wood engravings after Sir John Gilbert bring this pivotal moment to life, showcasing Ophelia's fragile mental state as she grapples with heartbreak and loss. Throughout history, countless actors have breathed life into this complex character on stage. The theatrical portraits featuring John Barrymore and Fay Compton at Haymarket Theatre exemplify their interpretation of Hamlet and Ophelia’s tumultuous relationship – a tale filled with passion but ultimately doomed. Constantin Emile Meunier’s artwork offers yet another perspective on Ophelia; it portrays her not as a victim but as an empowered woman who defies societal expectations. In this rendition, we witness strength amidst tragedy - an alternative narrative that challenges traditional interpretations. From photographs to paintings to theatrical performances, each depiction sheds light on different facets of Ophelia’s story - one marked by love shattered by betrayal and sanity consumed by grief. As we delve into these artistic representations spanning centuries, we are reminded of the enduring power of Shakespeare's words and the universal themes they explore.