However, there is an exceptional 1918 nude portrait photographed by imogen Cunningham of her husband, Roy Partridge.
Even his servant Pisanio will not believe in imogen's guilt though his master assures him of it.
One evening she is Rosalind, and the next evening she is imogen.
That imogen child—the way the ancient British Queen cuddled her up!
These are the materials from which Shakspeare has drawn the dramatic situation of imogen.
"And I want several words with you," cried Johnnie, brightly, putting her arm through imogen's.
Or who knows but it is the very ring which Posthumus received from imogen?
The broken interrogatories of imogen were heard with a profound silence.
Edwin and imogen had been united in the sports of earliest infancy.
imogen, cast off by her husband, comes to the mountains where Belarius rears Cymbeline's two lost sons.