Ophelia (1889, 1894, 1910)
by John William Waterhouse

Oil on canvas
38.5 x 62 in
Private Collection

The 1889 entry into the Academy Notes reads: "Ophelia lying in the grass, with the wild flowers she has gathered in the folds of her dress. In one hand she holds a bunch of buttercups; in her rich brown hair, which half hides her face, is a coronet of daisies; in the background through the willow-stems a stream winds, and swallows fly low in the air."

Oil on canvas
49x29 inch
Private collection

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