The Royal Shakespeare Company licenses Penelope Slinger’s striking Ophelia 06 for the brochure of their current Stratford-upon-Avon production, The Duchess of Malfi.
We licensed our artists’ images for a high quality and eclectic range of products and uses in 2016. Here are some of our favourites.
We license images by Francis Bacon and Jason deCaires Taylor for inclusion in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s programmes for King Lear and The Two Noble Kinsmen.
An image of a sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor, submerged in the sea near Grenada, has been licensed for Unsung, a new DaDaFest and Turf Love theatre production written by James Quinn and John Graham Davies.
Artimage is delighted to have supplied images and cleared reproductions of artwork by Sir Peter Blake for Everybody Razzle Dazzle. The major project which sees the leading figure of British pop art transform a Mersey Ferry to commemorate the camouflaged ‘dazzle’ ships of World War I.
Francis Bacon’s Triptych May-June, 1973, licensed through Artimage, is set to appear in Flying Into Daylight, a new play by Emmy Award-winning writer, Ron Hutchinson, at Newcastle’s Live Theatre. The play runs from 27 November to 20 December 2014.