Defining Beauty: J.W. Waterhouse

by Matthew Innis |

There has been much interest over the years in the models John William Waterhouse used for his paintings. It is most likely that his fans are enthralled by the Waterhouse ideal- the certain, repeated, recognizable qualities which the artist imposed upon his characterization of the models- and the romance with which he portrayed them. He…

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