Gilbert and Sullivan Archive

Princess Ida Picture Gallery



A series of eight beautiful watercolors by W. Russell Flint. Mr. Flint illustrated eight of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas. The scanned pictures were provided to the Archive by David Stone.

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If it be well to droop and pine and mope, To sigh 'Oh, Ida! Ida!' all day
long, Then Prince Hilarion is very well. I can tell a woman's age in half a minute--and I do.
Must we, till then, in prison cell be thrust? Enter the Princess, reading.
Enter the 'Daughters of the Plough,' bearing luncheon. The Gate yields. Hildebrand and Soldiers rush in.
Though I am but a girl, Defiance thus I hurl. Where are your rifles, pray?


To the W. Russell Flint illustrations for:

Gondoliers   |   Iolanthe   |   Mikado   |   Patience   |   Pirates of Penzance   |   Princess Ida   |   Ruddigore   |   Yeomen of the Guard



Page updated 14 March 2004