Looks like Alice https://shakespeareillustration.org/2016/08/07/juliet-2/
It’s Juliet by H.C. Selous. Used to illustrate the lines: “What if it be a poison, which the friar / Subtly hath minister’d to have me dead. [Act IV. Scene III.]
Source Text: The Plays of William Shakespeare / Edited and Annotated by Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke / Illustrated by H. C. Selous / With Thirty-five Full Page Wood Engravings after Frank Dicksee, RA., H. M. Paget, A. Hopkins, R. W.S., and others / And Thirty-five Photogravure Plates / Special Edition / Parts XXIV-XXV. Published: London, Paris and Melbourne: Cassell & Company, Limited [1864-68?]
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Compare with John Tenniel’s Alice from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 1865
There is the striking pose after the potion has been drunk…
It’s all in the hair.
And so for day 1761