Når du har vært hos dagene
When you've encountered the days
- Part 1: Collar designed by JHT for Trettendagskvelden (Shakespeare's "Twelfth night", Rhubarb Theater 2019).
- Part 2: Collar designed by JHT for Den Gjerrige ("L'Avare" of Molière, Rhubarb Theater 2021). Made of old canvas with ice-sewn blue-black feathers. Was not used.
- Part 3: Collar designed by JHT for Den Gjerrige ("L'Avare" of Molière, Rhubarb Theater 2021). Yellow tie used by Elise.
- Part 4: Coat part designed by JHT for FYR ("Lighthouse", Cirka Teater 2020). The costume part belongs to Pharos and is inspired by old statues. Candles are mounted in the costume, and it is decorated with shells and miscellaneous trinkets.
- Part 5: Pink tulle and lace collar designed by JHT for Rosenkrantz og Gyldenstern er døde (Translation of Tom Stoppard's "Rosenkrantz and Gyldenstern are dead", BUL in Nidaros 2015). The collar was used for the Queen.
- Part 6: Collar designed by JHT for Den Gjerrige ("L'Avare" of Molière, Rhubarb Theater 2021), but was not used. It is made of old whitework embroidery ("Hardangersøm"), dyed in tea and used as a mask in the picture.
- Part 7: Green-patterned skirts designed by JHT for En Medtsåmmårnattsdrøm (Translation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer night's dream", Rhubarb Theater 2012). The skirt belongs to Hermia.
- Part 8: Petticoat designed by JHT for Rosenkrantz og Gyldenstern er døde (Translation of Tom Stoppard's "Rosenkrantz and Gyldenstern are dead", BUL in Nidaros 2015).
- Part 9: Skirt designed by JHT for The Tempest (LCF BA) 2007. Embroidery in raw silk fishing nets, to mimic algae and seagrass.
- Part 10: 17th-century pipe collar hand-sewn by BHW for a local theatre resource hub ("Sør-Trøndelag Teaterverksted") in 2003.
- Part 11: Crown hat designed for Queen Suzan in Narnia (BUL in Nidaros 2015). Reuse of jewellery found in a local Salvation Army thrift store.
- Part 12: Chiffon skirt designed by BHW in 2003, based on a 17th-century pattern.
- Part 13: Norn dress designed by JHT for local historical play Korsvikaspillet (Korsvikaspillet association 2011).
Limited edition print (20 of 54x81cm, 5 of 104x156cm). Printed with pigment ink (Epson) on fine art archival paper. Please consult your framer for optimal longevity under your circumstances. The print has a hologram badge in verso with a matching Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the artists (photographer and costume designers).
Not mounted. Shipped rolled (unmounted) in a robust packaging. The image is presented with a white border for ease of handling and mounting.
Price includes Art Tax 5%