Figurative

Creation-of-Adam

Creation-of-Adam

 

Waterhouse Echo and Narcissus In Greek mythology Echo was a wood nymph who loved a youth by the name of Narcissus. He was a beautiful creature loved by many but Narcissus loved no one. He enjoyed attention, praise and envy. In Narcissus' eyes nobody matched him and as such he considered none were worthy of him

Waterhouse Echo and Narcissus In Greek mythology Echo was a wood nymph who loved a youth by the name of Narcissus. He was a beautiful creature loved by many but Narcissus loved no one. He enjoyed attention, praise and envy. In Narcissus’ eyes nobody matched him and as such he considered none were worthy of him

 

KIRKE (or Circe) was a goddess pharmakeia (witch or sorceress) who lived with her nymph attendants on the mythical island of Aiaia.

KIRKE (or Circe) was a goddess pharmakeia (witch or sorceress) who lived with her nymph attendants on the mythical island of Aiaia.

 

The Danaides (1903), a Pre-Raphaelite interpretation by John William Waterhouse

The Danaides (1903), a Pre-Raphaelite interpretation by John William Waterhouse

The autumnal feeling of this painting is captured by the low cast light Waterhouse creates. As this image is outside, the artist uses natural light to maintain realism in what could have otherwise become an otherworldly scene.The Lady of Shalott by Waterhouse creates an autumnal feeling of this painting is captured by the low cast light Waterhouse creates. As this image is outside, the artist uses natural light to maintain realism in what could have otherwise become an otherworldly scene.