Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing (c.1786). William Blake (English, 1757-1827). Watercolour and graphite on paper. Tate. This illustrates Titania’s instruction to her fairy train in the last scene of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: "Hand in hand, with fairy grace, / Will we sing, and bless this place.” Oberon and Titania, King and Queen of the fairies, are on the left. Puck, the perplexer of mortals, faces us. The fairies Moth and Peaseblossom are easily identifiable.

Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing (c.1786). William Blake (English, 1757-1827). Watercolour and graphite on paper. Tate. This illustrates Titania’s instruction to her fairy train in the last scene of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: "Hand in hand, with fairy grace, / Will we sing, and bless this place.” Oberon and Titania, King and Queen of the fairies, are on the left. Puck, the perplexer of mortals, faces us. The fairies Moth and Peaseblossom are easily identifiable.

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