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John William Waterhouse 1916 I am Half Sick of Shadows said the Lady of Shalott

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Our prints capture the spirit and energy of this artwork in bold, eye-catching colors that are sure to make a statement in any room. Each item is printed on high-quality materials, ensuring that your purchase will look great for many years to come.

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Whether you're decorating your home or looking for the perfect gift for a fellow art lover, our prints are sure to impress.

John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) was a British Pre-Raphaelite painter known for his enchanting and poetic depictions of mythological and literary subjects. Born in Rome, Italy, Waterhouse embraced the Pre-Raphaelite style, characterized by its attention to detail, vibrant colors, and romanticized narratives.

One of Waterhouse's notable works is "I am Half-Sick of Shadows, said the Lady of Shalott," painted in 1916. The painting is inspired by Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem "The Lady of Shalott." It portrays the Lady of Shalott seated in a boat, gazing pensively into the water, surrounded by the enchanting landscape of Camelot.

"I am Half-Sick of Shadows, said the Lady of Shalott" can be found in the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.

The painting is famous for its ethereal beauty, the artist's meticulous attention to detail, and the captivating narrative it represents. Waterhouse skillfully captures the Lady of Shalott's contemplative mood, emphasizing her isolation and longing for the outside world. The use of vibrant colors, delicate brushwork, and the play of light and shadow adds depth and atmosphere to the scene.

John William Waterhouse's works have achieved significant prices at auctions. For example, his painting "The Soul of the Rose" sold for over $11 million at a Christie's auction in 2011.

As a high-quality print, "I am Half-Sick of Shadows, said the Lady of Shalott" by John William Waterhouse can bring a touch of enchantment and romance to your living space or art collection. Its evocative imagery and timeless theme make it suitable for various settings, such as a bedroom, study, or gallery wall, allowing you to immerse yourself in the poetic world of Waterhouse's masterpiece.


Giclée Stretched Canvas Print: Giclee print on museum quality 410gsm polycotton canvas. Stretched on 1.5 inch pine wood and back wire. Ready to hang
Acrylic Print: 1/8 (3mm) thick Digital grade Acrylic with back floating Frame of 1 inch thick. Ready to hang
Puzzle Print: High-quality varnished Puzzle print with Retail box
Giclée Rolled Canvas Print: Giclee print on museum quality 410gsm polycotton canvas
Giclée Poster Satin Photo Paper Print: Giclee print on Resin coated Satin Photo Paper 240gsm

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