Artist John William Waterhouse

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The Beautiful Woman Without Mercy
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The Beautiful Woman Without Mercy 
Echo and Narcissus
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Echo and Narcissus 
The Lady of Shalott
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The Lady of Shalott 
Odysseus and the Sirens
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dh269
 
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Odysseus and the Sirens 
Apollo and Daphne
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dh274
 
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Apollo and Daphne 
Lamia
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dh288
 
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Lamia 
waterhouse The Flower Picker
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waterhouse The Flower Picker 
Waterhouse Ophelia
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Waterhouse Ophelia 
Mariana in the South
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Mariana in the South 
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He was an English Pre-Raphaelite painter most famous for his paintings of female characters from mythology and literature.He belonged to the later phase of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
- John William Waterhouse - Pre-Raphaelite Movement 1849-1917

About John William Waterhouse: The English Artist, John William Waterhouse was born in Rome to the painters William and Isabela, and he studied painting under his father before entering the Royal Academy schools in 1870. One of his most famous works is The Lady of Shalott, a study of Elaine of Astolat, who dies of grief when Lancelot will not love her. the most famous of his paintings of Ophelia depicts her just before her death, putting flowers in her hair as she sits on a tree branch leaning over a lake. Like The Lady of Shalott and other John William Waterhouse paintings, it deals with a woman dying in or near water. Read The Bio...

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