Our dalliance with the Duchess
The Artimage Licensing team worked closely with The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) on behalf of the artist, Penelope Slinger, to ensure that the licensing of Ophelia 06 was smooth and easy. The image appeared as the centrefold in the production’s brochure and our team made sure that the Royal Shakespeare Company attained all the rights and permissions necessary.
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“I am the Duchess still”
The RSC’s production of John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi (1614) follows a fiercely independent Duchess who is foiled from marrying the man she loves by her two corrupt brothers, intent on destroying her. Typical of a Jacobean play, The Duchess of Malfi is full of dark humour, sensuality, violence and corruption. It is showing at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon, until 3 August.
The Ophelia series
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Image: The Royal Shakespeare Company's Duchess of Malfi programme, designed by Sam Jones. Image courtesy of the Royal Shakespeare Company; Ophelia 01, 1974 © Penelope Slinger. All Rights Reserved, DACS/Artimage 2018.