Photograph of a model ship in a storm used in The Tempest, 1998


This model ship was used in the opening scene of a Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Tempest directed by Adrian Noble in 1998.

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Photograph of a model ship in a storm used in Adrian Nobel's RSC production of The Tempest, 1999
25 February 1998, Stratford-upon-Avon
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Donald Cooper [photographer]
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