Lady of Shalott
Item #: 10049513A
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Illustrating Lord Alfred Tennyson’s 1883 poem, “Lady of Shalott,” John William Waterhouse’s painting eloquently captures the Lady’s wistful, doomed quality as she embarks on her final voyage to Camelot. Typical of the work of Waterhouse, “Lady of Shalott” is influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite style and themes, is lush and atmospheric and emphasizes tragic or powerful women. Waterhouse (1849 – 1917) a prolific Neo-Classical artist created more than 200 paintings and was one of the few artists to gain recognition in his lifetime.
Neo-Classicist John William Waterhouse (1849 – 1917) created lavish works imbued with lifelike details and an otherworldly, haunting sensuality. Born in Italy and raised in Britain, Waterhouse merged Victorian narrative with romantic Pre-Raphaelite fantasy in his work, drawing inspiration from Greek myths, Shakespeare, Arthurian legends, Homer, Tennyson and Keats. A member of the Royal Academy, Waterhouse often painted dramatic scenes emphasizing powerful or tragic women. He created more than 200 paintings, and was one of the few artists to attain fame and fortune in his lifetime.
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