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The lure of the siren, the comeliness of the mermaid, the elegiac beauty of Ophelia -- in page after page of captivating paintings by such artists as J.W. Waterhouse, Frederick Lord Leighton, Gustav Klimt, Edward Burne-Jones, and other Pre-Raphaelites, this exquisite volume takes a mystical journey into the deep waters where romantic art flows together with female enigma a ...more
Hardcover, 110 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Chronicle Books
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A coffee table book of pre-raphaelite art inspired by water and water mythology from mermaids and Greek nymphs to the watery death of Hamlet's Ophelia.
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