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John William Waterhouse - La Belle Dame sans Merci (1893) on display in Darmstadt, Germany

John William Waterhouse - La Belle Dame sans Merci (1893) on display in Darmstadt, Germany

pre-raphaelisme:  Mariana in the South by John William Waterhouse, 1897.

pre-raphaelisme: Mariana in the South by John William Waterhouse, 1897.

John William Waterhouse | ❤ Gypsy style ▲ Via Afrikraaft www.pinterest.com/afrikraaft/ △ #fashion #illustration #art #gypsy✿⊱╮

John William Waterhouse | ❤ Gypsy style ▲ Via Afrikraaft www.pinterest.com/afrikraaft/ △ #fashion #illustration #art #gypsy✿⊱╮

John William Waterhouse - Nymphs Finding the Head of Orpheus (1900)

John William Waterhouse - Nymphs Finding the Head of Orpheus (1900)

Ideas for field trips & excursions HomeSchoolHelpNW.com

Ideas for field trips & excursions HomeSchoolHelpNW.com

The White Queen

The White Queen

John William Waterhouse - Rome 6.4.1849 - London 10.2.1917. (Aries). Painter of mythological scenes

John William Waterhouse - Rome 6.4.1849 - London 10.2.1917. (Aries). Painter of mythological scenes

Dorothy Margaret Stuart from The Book of Chivalry and Romance

Dorothy Margaret Stuart from The Book of Chivalry and Romance

The Necklace (study) by John William Waterhouse

The Necklace (study) by John William Waterhouse

Artwork page for Saint Eulalia, John William Waterhouse exhibited 1885 on display at Tate Britain. The 12-year-old St Eulalia was martyred in the fourth century for refusing to make sacrifices to the Roman gods. Two executioners tore her body with iron hooks, and held flames to her breasts and sides until she was suffocated by the smoke. According to the account given by the Spanish poet Prudentius, which Waterhouse quoted in the exhibition catalogue, a white dove emerged from Eulalia’s…

Artwork page for Saint Eulalia, John William Waterhouse exhibited 1885 on display at Tate Britain. The 12-year-old St Eulalia was martyred in the fourth century for refusing to make sacrifices to the Roman gods. Two executioners tore her body with iron hooks, and held flames to her breasts and sides until she was suffocated by the smoke. According to the account given by the Spanish poet Prudentius, which Waterhouse quoted in the exhibition catalogue, a white dove emerged from Eulalia’s…

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