'Tis in my memory lock'd, And you yourself shall keep the key of it. Ophelia "Hamlet" William Shakespeare

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Eyes: Insufferable Dastard. Shine/Gray
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House: Apple Fall Old Mayfair Skybox RARE The Arcade
Painting: Sir John Everett Millais, Ophelia, 1851-52, 76.2x111.8 cm, Oil on Canvas, Tate Britain, London

Ophelia is my favourite painting. I came across with it during my Art History studies. I was already a fan of the Pre-Rhaphaelites and when I saw it for the first time my heart skipped a bit. Every flower, every plant have a meaning, the loyalty Millais showed to Hamlet and to the beautiful model Elizabeth Siddal. I wrote about three papers about this painting and I can go on more and more. The moment I saw it with my own to eyes at Tare Britain was a moment I'll never forget. I can't wait to be able to pay a visit to it again.