From its opening scene, the witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth are associated with elemental forces — lightning, thunder and rain. They meet Macbeth upon a “blasted heath,” where they deliver the prophecy that he is destined become king. With the addition of an erupting volcano, Moran’s Macbeth and the Witches fully embodies the Romantics’ fascination with the sublime, or that which evokes the strongest emotion that the mind is capable of feeling. The artist would go on to become one of the premier painters of the American West, his works providing crucial inspiration for the creation of Yellowstone National Park.
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Thomas Moran : “Macbeth and the Witches” (undated)
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