Harry Rusche of the English Department at Emory University maintains Shakespeare and the Players which highlights postcards of "English and American actors who played Shakespeare's characters for late Victorian and Edwardian audiences" (Shakespeare and the Players home page). You can browse by play, player, and character to see images of the postcards. The images are accompanied by text. There is a link to the bibliography as well.
Harry Rusche of the English Department at Emory University maintains Shakespeare Illustrated which has paintings of Shakespeare's plays and information regarding the paintings (type, date, location of the painting today, etc.). The paintings can be browsed by play title and artist name. There is a link to the bibliography as well.
The Global Shakespeares Video & Performance Archive has a catalog of productions, video clips, and online videos of full productions; all are related to Shakespeare's works. You can search by play, language, and region. The languages include Arabic, Cantonese, English, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mandarin, Marathi, Mizo, Portuguese, Silent, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, and Urdu. The regions include Arab World, Asia, Brazil, India, Italy, United Kingdom, and United States).
The Shakespeare Art Museum has the writings and visual works on Shakespearean Themes by Hannah Tompkins. The Catalog of the Shakespeare Art Collection contains images of oil paintings, multi-color graphics, watercolors, miniature portraits, and postage stamps based on Shakespeare's plays. Most of the images are accompanied by text.
Illustrations to Shakespeare: All's Well That Ends Well
The print shows the King of France and Helena from Act II, Scene I of Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well.