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John William Waterhouse, Study for The Enchanted Garden in the Lady Lever Collection on ArtStack #john-william-waterhouse #art

John William Waterhouse, Study for The Enchanted Garden in the Lady Lever Collection on ArtStack #john-william-waterhouse #art

Psyche entering Cupid's Garden - John William Waterhouse

Psyche entering Cupid's Garden - John William Waterhouse

The Signal, 1899 // painting by John William Godward. Inspired by the painter Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, Godward imitated his Neoclassical style. Both were Academic artists and counted among the members of the "Marble School," known for its depictions of subjects drawn from ancient Greek and Roman life placed in elaborate settings, with especially careful and realistic rendering of details like marble and flowers.

The Signal, 1899 // painting by John William Godward. Inspired by the painter Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, Godward imitated his Neoclassical style. Both were Academic artists and counted among the members of the "Marble School," known for its depictions of subjects drawn from ancient Greek and Roman life placed in elaborate settings, with especially careful and realistic rendering of details like marble and flowers.

Waterhouse's Lady of Shalott -  A beautiful painting and Tennyson's poem of the same name is my favourite.

Waterhouse's Lady of Shalott - A beautiful painting and Tennyson's poem of the same name is my favourite.

c0ssette: “Hylas and the nymphs” (detail, oil on canvas) by John William Waterhouse, 1896.

c0ssette: “Hylas and the nymphs” (detail, oil on canvas) by John William Waterhouse, 1896.

this was captioned 'Da Vinci'. It's obviously not but I like it anyway.

John William Waterhouse

Persephone - A Pagan Introduction to the Goddess of Spring & the Underworld

Persephone - A Pagan Introduction to the Goddess of Spring & the Underworld

"The Crystal Ball" by John William Waterhouse RA (1849-1917) shows a young model in a red dress gazing into the ball, apparently weaving a spell with the aid of a book and a skull.

"The Crystal Ball" by John William Waterhouse RA (1849-1917) shows a young model in a red dress gazing into the ball, apparently weaving a spell with the aid of a book and a skull.

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