British Victorian people got up to look medieval. Frederick William Davis, artist (1862–1919). Two of these being scenes from Shakespeare’s plays.

Davis, Frederick William, 1862-1919; 'As You Like It', Act IV, Scene 2
“As You Like It”, Act IV, Scene 2. 1907. Oil on canvas. Photo credit and copyright Royal Shakespeare Company Collection. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/as-you-like-it-act-iv-scene-2-54895/search/category:celebrations/page/1/view_as/grid
"The Curfew Tolls The Knell of the Parting Day." 1912. Oil on canvas.
“The Curfew Tolls The Knell of the Parting Day.” 1912. Oil on canvas. Private collection. Image 2009-2019 © Gallerix. Fair use license. via https://gallerix.org/storeroom/33994/N/609/
'Measure for Measure', Act V, Scene 1, Isabella Appealing to the Duke. 1907.
‘Measure for Measure’, Act V, Scene 1, Isabella Appealing to the Duke. 1907. Oil on canvas. Photo credit and copyright Royal Shakespeare Company Collection. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/measure-for-measure-act-v-scene-1-isabella-appealing-to-the-duke-54894

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