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The Storm in 'King Lear'

Theatrical Print
14 July 1920 (made)
Place of origin

Woodcut by Edward Gordon Craig showing the Storm in 'King Lear'.

Object details

Object type
TitleThe Storm in 'King Lear' (generic title)
Materials and techniques
Brief description
Edward Gordon Craig. 'The Storm in 'King Lear'.
Physical description
Woodcut by Edward Gordon Craig showing the Storm in 'King Lear'.
  • Sheet height: 26.5cm
  • Sheet width: 19.5cm
  • Image height: 17cm
  • Image width: 15.7cm
Production typeLimited edition
Marks and inscriptions
'EGC'/ 'July 14 1920'/ 'but 6 copies pulled - Copy No. 6' (Signed, dated and inscribed in pencil.)
Credit line
Presented by the Artist.
Attribution note: copy number 6.
Subjects depicted
Literary referenceKing Lear
Bibliographic reference
Victoria and Albert Museum, Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design & Department of Paintings, Accessions 1924, published under the Authority of the Board of Education, London, 1926.
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Record createdJune 30, 2009
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