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The Water Nymph :: Herbert James Draper

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Herbert James Draper (1863-1920) The Water Nymph

Oil on canvas (61 x 114.3 cm)( 24 x 44,9 inch ) Private collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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WuDong   User Rating: 810  April 23, 2015

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User   User Rating: 400  April 28, 2019

Pleasant and a little fascinating picture. First, the landscape that the artist chose to depict a naked girl is somewhat unusual. This is a pond covered with water lilies. Of course, they decorate it, but they also say that the water here is still standing, which contrasts sufficiently with the atmosphere of freshness, life or dynamism in which female images are placed usually. But, as it turns out, in this lost place, where time has almost stopped behind dense reeds, you can see a young beautiful [Expand]


lucky95   User Rating: 491  December 13, 2019

Tags: female portrait, Nude, dark hair, smile, wreath, flowers, water lilies, water, stains on the water, tall grass, blue sky, clouds


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