A 128-page ruled notepad with 21 beautifully reproduced paintings by the pre-Raphaelite master J.W. Waterhouse (1849–1917)
Waterhouse was one of Victorian England’s best-loved painters, whose work exemplifies the sensuality and romance of Pre-Raphaelite themes.
Features his most popular works including The Lady of Shalott (Tate) and Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses (Private Collection)
Each notepad is bound with an elastic tie and pages are lined for easy note taking.
A perfect gift for every occasion, Waterhouse’s paintings are sensual, and timeless and can be seen in museums and collections around the world.
This is the latest addition to Phaidon’s excellent selection of Victorian art titles, which will complement handomely one of 2012’s blockbuster exhibitions Pre-Raphaelite: Victorian Avant-Garde, which tours London, Moscow, Washington D.C. and Tokyo.