Fb2 Shakespeare by Hilliard: A Portrait Deciphered ePub
by Leslie Hotson
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||University of California Press; 1st Edition edition (November 1, 1977)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1412 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1945 kb|
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Hotson, Leslie, 1897-1992. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 - Portraits, Hilliard, Nicholas, 1537 (c. -1619. Unknown man clasping a hand issuing from a cloud, Dramatists, English - Early modern, 1500-1700 - Portraits.
Hotson, Leslie, 1897-1992. Berkeley : University of California Press.
This was identified as Shakespeare by Leslie Hotson in his book Shakespeare by Hilliard (1977). Skeptical scholars believe this is unlikely. Probably made within living memory of Shakespeare. The Chesterfield portrait, attributed to Borsseler, and the earliest known aggrandized image of Shakespeare. In the decades after Shakespeare's death a number of portraits were made based on existing images or living memory. The most important of these are: The Soest portrait, probably painted by Gerard Soest.
Shakespeare by Hilliard: A Portrait Deciphered. An original perspective on early modern desire, the book will appeal to anyone interested in the literature, drama, gender politics and art history of the English Renaissance. London: Chatto and Windus, 1977.
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Hotson's book was met with scepticism.
Leslie Hotson recently went so far as to maintain that the sitter is the young Shakespeare, who was of course twenty-four in 1588'). Hotson's book was met with scepticism. The hand descending from the cloud appears to belong to a lady, based on depiction of the frilled lace cuff and the pinkish sleeve. The clasped hands are a symbol of concord and plighted faith, presumably between the sitter and the unseen lady.