Fair Rosamund ~ John William Waterhouse ~ (English: 1849-1917)

Fair Rosamund by John William Waterhouse Tile Mural Kitchen Bathroom Wall Backsplash Behind Stove Range Sink Splashback Ceramic, Matte, Multi

Arthur Hughes (English, 1832-1915). Do not forget me

Forget me Not - Arthur Hughes - Hand-Painted Art Reproduction and Canvas Print

Sinann - Irish River Goddess in ancient Celtic mythology associated with the river Shannon, the longest river in Ireland which was sought out for its hazelnuts of wisdom.

Miranda- The Tempest. John William Waterhouse's is one of my favorite artists because his paintings endure as archetypal images of the Victorian age. I absolutely "feel" his paintings.literal, beautiful and romantic.

Boudica - Queen of the British Iceni Tribe, a Celtic tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire in 60 AD. Cassius Dio says that she was "possessed of greater intelligence than often belongs to women", that she was tall and had hair described as red, reddish-brown or tawny hanging below her waist. She had a harsh voice and piercing glare, and habitually wore a large golden necklace (perhaps a torc), a many-coloured tunic, and a thick cloak fastened by a brooch.

Boudica: Queen of the Iceni Tribe of Britain. She led an uprising against the occupying Roman forces. Was reputed to be a red-haired beauty, too. It is thought now that Boudica never existed but was just a personification of Britain in its early uprisings

The Lady of  Shallot (detail) - John William Waterhouse

I'm half sick of shadows, said the Lady of Shallot -- Pre Raphaelite Art: The Lady of Shallot (detail) - John William Waterhouse

John William Waterhouse's 'Fair Rosamund'

Fair Rosamund as portrayed by John William Waterhouse, an artist deeply influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Henry Ⅱ and the Fair Rosamund: a most mysterious mistress.

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