Another of the Shakespearean engravings, this one a scene from Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act 5, Scene III. This is one of the most appealing scenes of the plays because it draws on the whimsical and romantic era of 18th century Europe where courtliness and nobility were held in esteem and depicted in the romantic painting of some of Europe's most accomplished artists such as Fragonard, Bouchard, and others. This engraving was done from a painting by Tho. Stothard and engraved by Osborne. Like several other Shakespearean engravings I have listed, this one is published by J & J Boydell, 1792. The dimensions are the same as in the other verticals shown so they would make an outstanding grouping. Once again the dimensions are 16 5/8" x 13 3/8" for the sheet size including margin, and the image size is 10.5" x 6.5". This one is also foxed but cleaner than some of the others listed.