Apr. 20th, 2005

hazelnut_cafe: (Windflower Icon: John William Waterhouse)
ART: John William Waterhouse (Lady of Shalott etc.)
I love this type of art. Rock on, Mr. Waterhouse.
(I've had a lot of caffeine, and am not entirlely coherent. Here are some of my favorites:)

The Lady of Shalott (1888)
The Lady of Shalott (study) 1894
Boreas (1902)
Thisbe (1909)
Hylas and the Nymphs (study)1896
Psyche Entering Cupid's Garden (1904)- the hand on the door is very well done.
Study of Miss Murial Foster
The Missal (1902)
Psyche Opening the Golden Box (1903)
Isabella and the Pot of Basil (1907)
Grecian Flower Market (1880)
The Rose Bower (1910)
Juliet (!) (1898) ... actually looks her age.
St. Cecelia (1895)- violin-playing angels!
At Capri (1890) woman and little girl brushing hair.
Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May (1909)
The Anunciation (1914) Mary looks wonderfully terrified. I like her.
Tristram and Isolde (1916)
Gathering Almond Blossoms (!) (1916)
The Enchanted Garden (1916)
Tale from the Decameron (!) (1916)
The Flower Picker (!)
Fair Rosamund (1917)
The Crystal Ball (1902)
Lady Clare (1900) -With faun!
The Orange Gatherers (1890)
Narcissus (1912)
Penelope and the Suitors (1912)
A Song of Springtime (1913) (because of the little boy at the lower right corner.)
The Sorceress (1913)
Ophelia/The Blue Dress (1910)
The Charmer (1911)
Destiny (1900)
Echo and Narcissus (1903) Narcissus is very humorous.
Hylas and the Nymphs study (1896)
Hylas and the Nymphs (1896)
I am half sick of shadows said the lady of Shalott (1916)
In the Peristyle (1874)
Household Gods (1880)

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