John Waterhouse

(born between January and April 1849; died 10 February 1917) An English painter known for working in the Pre-Raphaelite style. He worked several decades after the breakup of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, which had seen its heyday in the mid-nineteenth century, leading to his sobriquet "the modern Pre-Raphaelite". Borrowing stylistic influences not only from the earlier Pre-Raphaelites but also from his contemporaries, the Impressionists, his artworks were known for their depictions of women from both ancient Greek mythology and Arthurian legend.

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1888 - Cleopatra 1888 - Lady of Shalott 1893 - La Belle Dame Sans Merci 1894 - Ophelia
1896 - Hylas and the Nymphs 1898 - Ariadne 1900 - Flower Picker 1902 - Boreas
1904 - Psyche Entering Cupid's Garden 1906 - Danaides 1906 - Windflowers 1909 - Gather ye Rosebuds While ye May
1909 - Thisbe 1910 - Ophelia 1912 - Narcissus 1912 - Penelope and the Suitors
1916 - I am Half Sick of Shadows 1916 - Miranda and the Tempest 1916 - Tale From the Decameron 1916 - Tristan and Isolde