Waterhouse Gals

John William Waterhouse is a British painter who was actively producing art from the 1870's to the end of the 1910. His painting style fit in the Pre-Raphaelite category although when he started painting, that style started decreasing in popularity; with artists like Dante Gabriel Rossetti and William Holman Hunt being the pioneers of the the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in the early 1800's. The colors depicted in his paintings create a magical aura with a lot of speculation that he was very much inspired by Roman mythology. With his main focus painting mostly women, he used the paint brush to depict them as goddesses. Every painting creates a mood and it becomes possible to read the subjects feelings in each painting. I love his work, please enjoy just a few of his pieces below: