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John William Waterhouse

The Soul of the Rose 1908 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

During the peak of his career, John William Waterhouse completed the captivating oil painting titled My Sweet Rose, also known as The Soul of...

Circe Invidiosa 1892 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

John William Waterhouse completed the painting Circe Invidiosa in 1892. It is his second depiction of the Greek mythological character Circe, following Circe Offering...

Miranda – The Tempest 1916 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

In 1916, John William Waterhouse completed the painting Miranda. This painting depicts a scene from William Shakespeare's play The Tempest, which was written over...

Ophelia 1889 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

John William Waterhouse fused the lingering genre of Symbolism with the French naturalistic style, greatly influenced by the melodrama of the Pre-Raphaelite style. Ophelia,...

Windflowers 1903 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

Windflowers by John William Waterhouse, part of a series of paintings featuring women in windswept poses, is an elegant yet ominous rendering of the...

The Magic Circle 1886 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

The Magic Circle, painted by John William Waterhouse in 1886, exemplifies the artist's lifelong fascination with magic, mysticism, and miracles. The Magic Circle is...

Destiny 1900 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

Destiny, by John William Waterhouse, is an eloquent and esoteric work, one of many that earned the painter the moniker "modern Pre-Raphaelite." The nickname,...

A Mermaid 1900 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

A Mermaid, painted by John William Waterhouse in 1900, is an imagined reproduction of the mythical figure rendered in an elegant and monumental style...

Hylas and the Nymphs 1896 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

Hylas and the Nymphs is a beautiful depiction of a Greek tragedy and love storey. Waterhouse's paintings Lamia, A Naiad, and Boreas all have...

The Lady of Shalott 1888 by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE

The Lady of Shalott, by John William Waterhouse, is an instantly recognisable work of balance, myth, and wonder. Inspired by Alfred, Lord Tennyson's early...

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