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“You are so weak. Give up to grace. The ocean takes care of each wave till it gets to shore. You need more help than you know.” ― Rumi - art-Cupidon William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905)
“The Owl” by Valentine Cameron Prinsep (1838-1904) Steeped in the rich aesthetic of the preRaphaelite movement, this haunting portrayal summons the aroma of woodfires and musty leaves.
Juliette / The Green Girl (c. 1897-1898) by John White Alexander
Circe Invidiosa • John William Waterhouse • Waterhouse has shown the enchantress wearing a stunning gown of peacock feathers. The poison she pours is a luminous turquoise, like a liquid jewels. But this beautiful mixture will cause unimaginable horror and pain to the innocent sea nymph Scylla.