A collaborative interpretation of Ophelia (by Sir John Everett Millais 1851-2).
The inspiration: this meaningful painting depicts Ophelia, a character in Hamlet, by William Shakespeare. She is driven mad when her father is murdered by her lover, Hamlet. She dies while still very young, suffering from grief and madness. Ophelia fell into the river while picking flowers and slowly drowned, singing all the while. It’s recognized as one of the most poetically written death scenes.