“I will kiss thy lips. Haply some poison yet doth hang on them To make me die with a restorative.” (V.iii.) These are Juliet’s last words. She imagines the poison that has killed Romeo as a “restorative,” a medicine that can put an end to her suffering. One of the play’s major themes is the inseparability of good and evil, love and hate, poison and cure. Juliet’s death is tragic, but she also celebrates it as a way of escaping a life without her beloved.
The Giclé Print is made in Hahnemühle German Etching paper, one of the heavier weight Giclée art printing papers. With its weight and strong texture, this paper gives an artwork a handmade crafted feel. Hahnemüle German Etching is a robust Giclée paper, meaning it doesn’t tend to fray as much at the edges.
The Print comes with the document that certifies the artwork is a genuine and authentic limited edition fine art print produced directly from the artist’s original. This certificate and the accompanying Print are authenticated by the uniquely numbered matching holograms found on both items.