Sotheby’s Summer Sale of Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite Art

by Matthew Innis |

The obvious standout is John William Waterhouse’s The Siren, in which one of the artist’s iconic, fair-skinned and red-haired, femme fatales placidly observes the destruction she has wrought on some man’s life.  In this case . . .

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