O! for a muse of fire, that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention." ~ William Shakespeare
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Art from the Shakespeare's Time: View and observe the art of the Elizabethan era.
- Read more about the art, design, architecture, sculpture and decorative arts popular in the Elizabethan era here, from The Met Museum.
- Nicholas Hilliard (1547 - 1619), a favorite of the queen.
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- Isaac Oliver (c. 1560 - 1617).
- Robert Peake the Elder (died 1619) Here is a great Pinterest Board feature Robert Peake's works.
- Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561-1635/1636)
- John de Critz (before 1551-1642)
- George Gower (1540-1596)
- Learn to Draw William Shakespeare. This is a simple step by step simple drawing of the Bard himself.
- Draw a detailed portrait of Shakespeare using this YouTube tutorial.
- HOW TO DRAW THE GLOBE THEATER
Before beginning your drawing of the Globe Theatre, I suggest spending some time with this excellent coloring page.
There is a picture only tutorial video below, on how to draw this simple Globe Theatre drawing with your kids. I hope you enjoy creating together.
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