One could argue that Rockwell Kent is the "Shakespeare of Illustration". OK, maybe that's going too far.
Here are some Kent plates from a 1936 edition of the Bard's complete works published by Doubleday and Company through Garden City Books.
One thing I remember from high school English class, Mr. Griffin said "Every person should have a complete works of Shakespeare."
He was partial to the Riverside. But this one, based on these great drawings alone, is an acceptable replica.
The Perishable Theater in Providence.