The Shakespeare Art Museum 

Catalog of the Shakespeare Art Collection 

About
THE SHAKESPEARE ART MUSEUM

 

The Shakespeare Art Museum was founded in 1984 as a non-profit organization by Wolf Tomkins and Hannah Tompkins. Located in Ashland, Oregon’s historic Old Railroad District, it housed the visual works and writings of artist Hannah Tompkins. At the museum, Hannah often gave gallery talks and tours sharing her wit and wisdom of the Shakespearean experience.

The museum closed in 1990. Hannah moved to Clearwater, Florida. She died of cancer five years later.

This Site is a memorial to her works on Shakespeare. Her text and writings that accompany her art works are presented in plain language bringing new insights to understanding both the artistic interpretations and Shakespeare, in terms of the human condition.

 

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