Mercutio would agree that this would a good representitive of Queen Mab because "she's smaller than that of a women's finger" (quoted by Mercutio) and that she's in a carrige thing that Mercutio described
Mercutio would agree with this illustration. This picture has the same description as
Study for The Pilgrim of the Cross at the End of His Journey, 1846 by Thomas Cole. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, US
in ancient pompeii. the so-called Sappho girl, caught in a moment of thought before putting pen to paper. This famous miniature, discovered in June has remained one of the most famous portraits from Pompeii.
The girl looks like she was crying after an event took place where she was required to wear makeup. (ie wedding, dance, a date, ect). The emphasis is on the eye and the make up running with her tears. This gives the work unity and symbolism.
Queen Mab By Kate Danley - This marvelous retelling of Romeo and Juliet comes to life through the eyes of heartbroken Queen Mab, the bringer of dreams. When she falls in love with Mercutio, how much will she destroy to save him?