|Artist||Charles Taylor after Henry Singleton|
|Dimensions||Image 105 x 84 mm, Plate 180 x 135 mm, Sheet 260 x 170 mm|
A stipple engraving of Act 1, Scene 3 from Shakespeare's Macbeth. The three witches are surrounded by bolts of lightening, their hands raised to cover their mouths, their other hands pointing off behind them.
Henry Singleton (1766 - 1839) was a painter of portraits and historical and literary scenes. He worked London and exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1784-1839.
Charles Taylor (1756 - 1828) was a British artist and engraver and was also known as a man of letters and a biblical scholar. The eldest son of Isaac Taylor, also an engraver, Taylor was most known for his illustrations within books and particularly Shakespearean scenes.
Condition: Some minor time toning to sheet edges.