John William Waterhouse Calendar, Wall, Pomegranate
John William Waterhouse blended the Victorian love of narrative with dreamlike Pre-Raphaelite fantasy. With this intent, he created extraordinarily evocative and haunting works, traditionally representational but diverging sharply from the contemporary mainstream in subject. Waterhouse loved Greek myths, Shakespeare, Arthurian legends, Homer, European folktales, Tennyson, and Keats, and all provided him with material. For 2006, we offer his Circe Invidiosa, The Lady of Shalott, Echo and Narcissus, Saint Eulalia, and eight more classics. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Pomegranate.
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