About John William Waterhouse’s Hylas And The Nymphs
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John William Waterhouse created this work in 1896.
The painting depicts Hylas, a character from ancient Roman and Greek mythology. He is encountering female water nymphs while taking a drink.
Hylas was a companion and lover of Hercules. According to legend, Hylas disappears during the encounter.
The painting is currently on display at the Manchester Art Gallery.
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About The Hylas And The Nymphs Print
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About The Artist
John William Waterhouse lived from 1849-1917. He was born in Rome to English painters. Waterhouse is mostly famous for his depictions of ancient Greek mythology. He attended the Royal Academy of Arts and later became a full Academician who taught at the St. John Woods School of Art.
Now I've just gotta take the board out from the center of it, stabalize it with metal corner brackets... and light it up from behind, for a beautiful nightlight.
gallery. The canvas is from the country my mother was born.