All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘John’

  • What are themes of John Keats Ode On An Grecian Urn?

    What are some themes that Keats uses in this poem and literary devices. Explain what you believe is the overall theme.
    I need to know some literary devices that Keats uses in this poem. I am having trouble picking them out.

  • John William Waterhouse: Saint Cecilia

    John William Waterhouse
    Image taken on 2009-07-22 10:05:43 by freeparking.

  • john william waterhouse: the orange gatherers (detail)

    John William Waterhouse
    Image taken on 2007-05-28 09:30:28 by freeparking.

  • John William Waterhouse Selections

    John William Waterhouse(1849-1917). English painter. I quite admire his work. Why are women not portrayed with such passion and dignity today I ask? Early in his career he painted Greek and Roman subjects, but in the 1880s he turned to literary themes, painted in a distinctive, dreamily romantic style. In approach, he was influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites perhaps, but his handling of paint is quite different from theirs–rich and sensuous. His work includes such classic Victorian anthology pieces as The Lady of Shalott (Tate Gallery, London, 1888) which is amoung the works presented in this short selection. Frankily the man said very little and little is known about him in comparision to his contemporaries. Or better put, perhaps he said plenty and quite a bit more than his contempories non-verbally through none other than his inimitable brush and paint. I put this selection of exerpts from the “Kyrie” introductory movement of WAMozart’s Mass In C minor. K.427 as performed by the Amor Artis Chorale and English Chamber Orchestra in 1975. Distributed through Vanguard Classics. Copyright @ P 2004 Artemis Classics, LLC. All visual art is copyright free. If you are interested in this artist further I recommend this link for starters. regards, Angelo

  • John William Waterhouse: Saint Cecilia (detail)

    John William Waterhouse
    Image taken on 2007-09-04 14:56:53 by freeparking.

  • John William Waterhouse – Gallery II

    John William Waterhouse Exhibition: A Gallery to Celebrate the Art of John William Waterhouse (1849-1917), and the Waterhouse Retrospective Exhibition, ‘JW Waterhouse: The Modern Pre-Raphaelite’, (December 2008-January 2010). ——— December 2008 – April 2009 Groninger Museum, Groningen, The Netherlands — June – September 2009 Royal Academy of Arts, London — October 2009 – February 2010 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada ——– Gallery II – Some works (1900-1917) along with photographs of the artist, his St John’s Wood home, and his gravesite at Kensal Green Cemetery. (Photographs courtesy

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