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John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) Vanity

Oil on canvas c 1910

Private art collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51





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Marat   User Rating: 376  January 5, 2020


The artwork of John William Waterhouse is horizontal format painting. It is best suited and perfect for modern French interior design style of home decoration. I do like the artwork of John William Waterhouse Vanity. The artist painted woman who is attentively looking at the glass. She is proud of her beauty and attractiveness. And she is really amazingly attractive, well-shaped and seductively stands in her beauty. The atmosphere of the painting is lively and sexual. The composition is well-done [Expand]

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