Illustration of Celestina in the comedy Eufemia, by Lope de Rueda, in the magazine Blanco y Negro (1906)
Blanco y Negro, anonymous
Illustration by the magazine Blanco y Negro in an article signed by Azorín that references a celestina from the comedy Eufemia, by Lope de Rueda, that connects with the traditional Celestina only because of sorcery. The image resembles Cervantes' La gitanilla at first glance, rather than the Celestina tradition.
Blanco y Negro, Madrid, July 14, 1906. Today it is on ABC's online database, where this image was found.