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  • Pascal Lecocq The Painter of Blue ®

    Tate gallery: The Magic Circle by John William Waterhouse, 1886. Gave me an idea for a painting in 2004.

  • Amanda Gilmer

    Tate gallery: The Magic Circle by John William Waterhouse, 1886. My favorite artist of all time.

  • Hannah Caron

    John William Waterhouse ‘The Magic Circle’ 1886 oil on canvas

  • Pam Cakes

    John William Waterhouse - The Magic Circle (1886) One of my dissertation paintings.

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