Mr. Garrick, speaking the Ode to Shakespeare, (painting)
Pine, Robert Edge
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 2
On one side of the Statue of Shakespeare is the Tragic Muse, bringing forward King Lear with the dead body of Cordelia, the Historic Muse, the Ghost in Hamlet, and Hecate by her magic power, shewing the bloody dagger to Macbeth. On the one side, is Sylvan God-Pan, the Commic [sic] Muse, inviting Falstaff, Prospero, Caliban, and the Spirit Ariel, with the symbols of pastoral characters behind: all uniting to express the extensive and luxurious imagination of its author. [P. 119.]
Columbian Museum, Head of the Mall, Boston. Boston: Printed at the Columbian Museum Press, Head of the Mall.