In this gallery you’ll find twenty-seven color and black and white images for Shakespeare’s play Macbeth. Written sometime between 1594 and 1595, it explores themes of ambition, guilt, and tyranny. It is one of Shakespeare’s most popular and enduring plays, and it continues to be performed and studied today. The play tells the story of Macbeth, a Scottish general who is prophesied to become king of Scotland by three witches. Macbeth is consumed by ambition, and he murders King Duncan to seize the throne. However, his guilt and paranoia lead him to commit more murders, and he becomes increasingly isolated and tyrannical. If you find these illustrations beneficial, be sure to make time for the pages with drawings of the Macbeth Witches and King Lear. Enjoy!



More on Macbeth

Macbeth (Folger Shakespeare Library)

Macbeth (No Fear Shakespeare) (Volume 1)

Macbeth (Oxford School Shakespeare)

Macbeth (Shakespeare Classics Graphic Novels)