Ophelia – (John William Waterhouse) Předchozí Další


Styl: Romanticism

Témata: Characters

Datum: 1900

Velikost: 62 x 100 cm

Technika: Oil On Canvas

Ophelia (1910) is an oil painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse. Ophelia is the daughter of Polonius, sister to Laertes, and rejected lover of Hamlet in Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet. Ophelia is a symbol of innocence gone mad. A dutiful daughter, she is manipulated into spying on Hamlet and must bear his humiliating and brutal remarks. Waterhouse's favorite subjects was Ophelia. He may have been inspired by paintings of Ophelia by Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Millais.

This artwork is in the public domain.


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