A report on John Falstaff and Ambroise Thomas

Adolf Schrödter: Falstaff and his page
Thomas by Wilhelm Benque, c. 1895
Mistress Page and Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor, staged by Pacific Repertory Theatre at the Golden Bough Playhouse in Carmel, CA, in 1999
Thomas in 1834 by Jean-Hippolyte Flandrin
An 1829 watercolor by Johann Heinrich Ramberg of Act II, Scene iv: Falstaff enacts the part of the king.
Le caïd, 1849
Falstaff with Doll Tearsheet in the Boar's Head tavern, illustration to Act 2, Scene 4 of the play by Eduard von Grützner
Jean-Baptiste Faure as Hamlet, painted by Manet
Falstaff rebuked, Robert Smirke, c. 1795
Thomas, about 1865
Falstaff at Herne's Oak, from "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act V, Scene v, James Stephanoff, 1832
Statue of Thomas in Paris.
Eduard von Grützner: Falstaff mit großer Weinkanne und Becher (1896) (Falstaff with big wine jar and cup, 1896)
Falstaff, part of Ronald Gower's Shakespeare memorial in Stratford-upon-Avon
Stephen Kemble, "the best Sir John Falstaff which the British stage ever saw."

The text, by Joseph-Bernard Rosier and Adolphe de Leuven, owes nothing to A Midsummer Night's Dream: Shakespeare appears as one of the characters, along with Queen Elizabeth I and Shakespeare's Falstaff, the governor of "Richemont", where the action takes place.

- Ambroise Thomas

Le songe d'une nuit d'été (1850), an opera by Ambroise Thomas in which Shakespeare and Falstaff meet.

- John Falstaff
Adolf Schrödter: Falstaff and his page

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