Category:John William Waterhouse
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English: John William Waterhouse: Victorian Romantic painter particularly known for his depiction of classical subjects and of characters and themes from classical literature and poetry, particularly from the works of Dante Alighieri, Tennyson, and Shakespeare.
English painter (1849–1917)
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|Date of birth||6 April 1849|
|Date of death||10 February 1916|
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This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.
- Paintings by John William Waterhouse (7 C, 1 P, 24 F)
Pages in category "John William Waterhouse"
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Media in category "John William Waterhouse"
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- A Neapolitan flax spinner (1877) - John William Waterhouse.jpg 1,722 × 3,979; 6.61 MB
- Monogramme de John William Waterhouse.jpg 254 × 50; 18 KB
- Study for Lamia).jpg 800 × 970; 259 KB
- The Sleeping Miller's Daughter.webp 1,548 × 1,080; 304 KB
- Waterhouse (surname)
- John (given name)
- William (given name)
- 1849 births
- 1916 deaths
- 1917 deaths
- History painters
- Painters and illustrators of works by William Shakespeare
- Painters and illustrators of works by Dante Alighieri
- Painters and illustrators of works by Alfred Lord Tennyson
- 19th-century painters from the United Kingdom
- Pre-Raphaelite painters
- Royal Academicians
- Mythology painters