Waterhouse Prints are some of the best examples of British pre-raphaelite paintings and an ideal choice for your home or office.
John William Waterhouse was one of many successful British artists from this art movement which is well known for depicting well known characters into their paintings.
As well as offering Waterhouse prints from the links below there are also lists of other Waterhouse paintings and British painters that you may also like are would be wise to check out as well.
Lady of Shalott is the most popular print by Waterhouse and depicts a lady travelling by boat across a small river in England. The print features great detail and a charming atmosphere which attracts many to this print, which you can buy from the links below.
For many it is the painting that first introduces them to the career of John William Waterhouse, which can then lead to discovery of many others of his works.
The Waterhouse prints gallery that you can visit by using any of the links in this website offer different options to match your budgets with simple posters at cheap prices plus more expensive framed art prints, giclee prints, tapestries and stretched canvases also ready to buy online from this excellent art retailer.
The style of Waterhouse makes his paintings both traditional and contemporary at the same time, meaning many different types of people enjoy his work. It also means that his paintings are bought in all of these different art forms, depending on the buyer's needs.
The great detail and use of colour in the Waterhouse prints makes it unsurprising that there are also many exceptional sketches from his career, mostly as study pieces for his main works that would take painstaking preparation to both set the suitable scene that he desired plus also to capture it as intended on canvas.
Hylas and the Nymphs below is an art print by Waterhouse that is another example of how the artist used characters within his paintings to impress an incredible charm and atmostphere in each work.
Hylas and the Nymphs features an arousing scene that many appreciate as depicting an emotionally charged situation and hosting a type of dreamy, fairytale feeling.