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Old 07-21-2009, 04:06 PM   #11
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Windflowers, 1903

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A couple versions of "The Lady of Shalott".

John Sidney Meteyard - 1913



John William Waterhouse, 1894

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The Lady of Shalott - I'm half sick of shadows. - 1916

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Paint should not be applied thick, it should be like a breath on the surface of a pane of glass.
- James McNeill Whistler

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Arthur Hughes

April Love - 1855




When Hughes exhibited April Love at the 1856 Royal Academy, he included the following quotation from Tennyson's "The Miller's Daughter":

Love is hurt with jar and fret,
Love is made a vague regret,
Eyes with idle tears are set,
Idle habit links us yet;
What is Love? For we forget.
Ah no, no.
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William-Adolphe Bouguereau


Nymphs and Satyr - 1873



Born: 1825 - Died: 1905.
As a young man, Bouguereau put himself through the Ecole des Beaux-Arts by keeping books for a wine merchant and colouring labels for a local grocer. In his spare time, he created drawings from memory. Bouguereau produced more than seven hundred finished works and achieved a remarkable level of public acclaim.
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Does anyone see something that is obvious but not so obvious, if you don't really look, in the painting above?
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