Act V scene i Bottom (as Pyramus):  O kiss me through the hole of this vile wall. Andre Lambert 'Thisbe et Pyramus', 1930

Act V scene i Bottom (as Pyramus): O kiss me through the hole of this vile wall. Andre Lambert 'Thisbe et Pyramus', 1930

Pyramus And Thisbe by Giovanni Caselli (Ovid's Metamorphoses/ Babylon/user:  Aethon)

Pyramus And Thisbe by Giovanni Caselli (Ovid's Metamorphoses/Babylon/Mulberry/Age Of Fable/user: Aethon)

Harley 4431   fol 112v detail   (Thisbe and Pyramus). Paris, France 1410-1414.

Harley 4431 fol detail (Thisbe and Pyramus). Paris, France Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France: L´Epistre d’Othea by Christine de Pisan. An interesting painting of the scene where Thisbe finds Pyramus dead under the mulberry tree.

Pyramus and Thisbe by Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553). Original painting located at the Neue Residenz, Bamberg, Germany.

Pyramus and Thisbe (oil on panel) Art Prints by Lucas, the Elder Cranach - Magnolia Box

This sculpture captures the moment in the myth when Pyramus kills himself for mistakenly believing that Thisbe had been killed by a lion. Thisbe then comes back to their meeting point and is horrified to see Pyramus dead. She then proceeds to kill herself because she cannot live without him. (Leonardo Lapiciarella, 1745/1750)

Pyramus and Thisbe Hard Paste Scene where Thisbe finds Pyramus' dead body, and then stabs herself.

Pyramus and Thisbē are two characters of Roman mythology, whose love story of ill-fated lovers is also a sentimental romance. The tale is told by Ovid in his Metamorphoses.

Pyramus and Thisbe by Gregorio Pagani. Featured in the Uffizi Gallery. This piece features the scene in which Thisbe finds Pyramus dead

Pyramus and Thisbe, House of Loreius Tiburtinus, Pompeii, province of Naples, Campania region Italy .

Pyramus and Thisbe, House of Loreius Tiburtinus, Pompeii, province of Naples, Campania region Italy . I remember this picture (and the story behind it) from my Latin school books!

Pyramus and Thisbe; Thisbe at r discovering the body of Pyramus lying on the ground at l with a dagger in his side; landscape background with a large tree at centre and Cupid standing on a fountain at l. c.1510 Colour woodcut printed from two blocks, th Hans Wechtlin

Thisbe discovering the body of Pyramus lying on the ground with a dagger in his side. Created in 1510 with Colour woodcut printed from two blocks, by Hans Wechtlin. This piece can be found at the British Museum.

Tristan and Isolde, Marianne Stokes (British, 1855-1927). Tristan and Isolde is a medieval Celtic legend about an ill-fated romance. Like Pyramus and Thisbe, the story ends with the both lovers dead after trying to find a way to be together. Tristan dies of despair when he is told Isolde would not visit him, Isolde dies from grief over Tristan's death.

Tristan and Isolde, Marianne Stokes (British, Tristan and Isolde is a medieval Celtic legend about an ill-fated romance. Like Pyramus and Thisbe, the story ends with the both lovers dead after trying to find a way to be together.

Pyramus & Thisbe in Art. I found the Cupid in the background quite interesting. It is Cupid, but can also be an angel foreshadowing Thisbe's death that comes in the next scene.

Píramo y Tisbe This painting shows the moment of sorrow that Thisbe returns to find her lover, Pyramus, dead. Cupid is shown in the background in order to show the love they had.

Pyramus and Thisbe--Author:Publius Ovidius NasoTitle:Metamorphoses, second anonymous French translation (Ovide moralisé)Origin:Netherlands, S.Date:Last quarter of the 15th centuryLanguage:French

Pyramus and Thisbe--Author:Publius Ovidius NasoTitle:Metamorphoses, second anonymous French translation (Ovide moralisé)Origin:Netherlands, S.Date:Last quarter of the centuryLanguage:French

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