More Thoughts on Illustration and Fine Art

by Matthew Innis |

John William Waterhouse, like many of his peers, took inspiration from literary sources.  His paintingThe Lady of Shallot was based upon the poem of the same name by Sir Alfred Lord Tennyson. Though not literally an illustration, Waterhouse’s is still a visual representation of an author’s words.When writing the previous article, Rockwell Draws a Crowd, in…

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