Missing Waterhouse Painting Found

by Matthew Innis |

  For over 30 years, John William Waterhouse’s painting, Isabella and the Pot of Basil, has been “unlocatable” and inaccessible to art historians. The painting had sold at Christie’s Auction House in 1967 and entered into the Lord Lambton collection, but after its appearance in the Waterhouse retrospective exhibition at the Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield,…

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