|Charles Ricketts, 'Don Juan', c. 1911 (Tate Gallery, London)|
In Ricketts's Self-Portrait, a letter by Ricketts to Muriel Lee Matthews of 18 May 1918 is published. At the time the painting was on show at Grosvenor Gallery and called 'The Death of Don Giovanni'. Ricketts wrote that the curtain 'represents the rush of the wood instruments in the Overture' of Mozart's opera.
In Beyond the Threshold Ricketts relates a story about Don Juan, as told by Oscar Wilde, supposedly.
The painting of Don Juan is not on display at the Tate Gallery, but that should not keep you from visiting the museum.