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Immortal Longings is an artist-run London company specializing Shakespare & Opera illustrations.

What you'll discover: Delightfully dramatic Shakespeare gifts featuring the Bard's best loved characters. I'm passionate about offering inspired gifts for actors, literature lovers, teachers, poets, dreamers, dramatics and romantics. My Opera Series provides art for international productions, giving an illustrated style to the thrilling music and characters.

My unique Shakespeare Gifts and Opera Gifts include: Giclée Art Prints, Art Cards, our Leatherbound journals (which make wonderful diaries and sketchbooks), Postcards, iPhone Wallpapers, and More.

The artwork is created by designer Elizabeth E. Schuch, working with local artisans in the UK and Society6 in the USA to produce gifts. Elizabeth has worked with Shakespeare's Globe, The Metropolitan Opera, The Seattle Opera, The Royal National Theatre, The Guthrie Theater, and other venues around the world to create illustrations based in the world of drama.

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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Late at Tate - Shakespeare goodies in the Tate!

I've been chosen as one of 10 artists and craftspeople invited to take part in the Late at Tate on 7th December - a craft fair, music, readings and art inspired by the current Pre-Raphaelites exhibition.

Late at Tate Britain: December 2012

Tate Britain
nearest tube: Pimlico
Friday, 7 December 2012, 18.00 – 22.00

Explore the continuing influence of the Pre-Raphaelites on contemporary art, fashion and music

Expect a vibrant evening of performance, music and much more.  Including an Etsy craft fair, laid back music from Stella Polaris, Miharayasuhiro’s sensory interactive installation Ophelia Has A Dream, a literary portrait of Burne-Jones from Ruth Rosen, readings from a new play about Holman Hunt called The Scapegoat written by Deborah Freeman and directed by Ariella Eshed, a response to William Morris’s bed from artist David Mabb also selected scenes from Hamlet directed by Tony Middleton.
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