Inspiration – Long Haired Maidens, Ophelia and Pre-Raphaelites

11 Dec

1860s Hugues Merle (French, 1823-1881) - Hamlet and Ophelia

1860s Hugues Merle (French, 1823-1881) - Silent Persuasion (Romeo and Juliet)

1861. Henry Peach Robinson, The Lady of Shalott

1864. Thomas Francis Dicksee - Ophelia

1865. Ophelia - Arthur Hughes

1870. Ophelia By Thomas Francis Dicksee

1870s Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky - Ophelia

1880s Romeo And Juliet by N. Riccardi

1870s The Sensitive Plant, study, Sir Frank Dicksee. English Pre-Raphaelite Painter

1873. Frank Dicksee - Ophelia

1877. Juliet by Thomas Francis Dicksee

1879. Romeo and Juliet by Hugues Merle

1880s Harmony - Frank Dicksee

1890s Joseph Kirkpatrick - Ophelia

1890s The Crystal Ball - John William Waterhouse

1896. Hylas and the Nymphs - John William Waterhouse

1900s Clytie - Louis Welden Hawkins, Clytie was a water nymph in Greek mythology whose unrequited love of Helios, the Sun god, is symbolized by the sunflowers in this painting

1900s John William Waterhouse - Painting

1900s Maude Fealy 3

1900s Maude Fealy 5

1900s Maude Fealy 6

1900s Maude Fealy as Ophelia

1910s Actress Ophelia in Hamlet

 

Miranda - The tempest, by John William Waterhouse1888. John William Waterhouse, The Lady of Shalott, 1888, after a poem by Tennyson; like many Victorian paintings, romantic but not Romantic.

1872. Undine - John William Waterhouse

1894. The Lady of Shalott Looking at Lancelot - John William Waterhouse

1852. Ophelia by John Everett Millais

Vlada Roslyakova for Vogue China, January 2007

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