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The Lady of Shalott  There she weaves by night and day    A magic web with colours gay.    She has heard a whisper say,    A curse is on her if she stay        To look down to Camelot.    She knows not what the curse may be,    And so she weaveth steadily,    And little other care heat she,        The Lady of Shalott.

John William Waterhouse’s “The Lady of Shalott” - 1888

My entire senior English class (high school) thought I looked like The Lady of Shalott in this painting (it was in our textbook). My family and I agreed! - The Lady of Shalott - John William Waterhouse, 1888

Waterhouse liked the ladies. Hylas and the Nymphs (detail). John William Waterhouse. 1896. Oil on canvas. Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester.

John William Waterhouse "Hylas and the Nymphs" 1896 (Detail), oil on canvas, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester.

Wicca in the kitchen. Magical foods and their properties

A Witch's List of Magickal Foods and Their Properties

The Magic Circle is an oil painting in the Pre-Raphaelite style, created in 1886 by John William Waterhouse. The painting depicts a witch or sorceress drawing a fiery magic circle on the earth to create a ritual space.

Magic

Reminds me of 'castle in the sky' For this concept design the artist has gone for a fantasy theme. The mood of the design is positive with the vibrant colours and there is a sense of mystery and magic with the castle/temple.

The Lady of  Shallot (detail) - John William Waterhouse

I'm half sick of shadows, said the Lady of Shallot -- Pre Raphaelite Art: The Lady of Shallot (detail) - John William Waterhouse

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