Green Ted

Stratford on Avon, 2017

Green Ted Lady MacBeth

The Victorian Web advises,

The Shakespeare Memorial by Lord Ronald Gower. Bronze and stone, with a pedestal designed by Parisian architects, Peigniet and Marnez. 1888. Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon. At each corner of the Memorial, the sculptor has placed a representative Shakespearean character: “Hamlet, Prince Hal, Lady Macbeth and Falstaff. These characters were intended to be emblematic of Shakespeare's creative versatility: representing Philosophy, Tragedy, History, and Comedy” … Philip Ward-Jackson rightly describes this as "probably one of the country’s most prominent and best loved public monuments, seen by thousands if not millions of pilgrims to Shakespeare’s birthplace."
Lady MacBeth
Lady MacBeth, Cat. 1,241