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The Ladies of Waterhouse

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Welcome to the undergrounds of Mr. John William Waterhouse! This is a community for posting anything to do with Waterhouse. To join fill out the application, including 3 or more pictures of yourself. The entire community will label which Waterhouse painting you most look like. Feel free to post anything else related to the master of dreams and fair tales!

1. Have fun!
2. Be respectful. No put downs and please be open minded. Be nice!
3. New members must fill out an application. The application needs to be placed behind an lj-cut and the subject line of the post needs to say "I am half sick of shadows" so everyone knows you read the rules and can vote.
4. Aside from the application, when posting more than one image please put it behind a cut.
5. You must promote the community in at leaste two seperate places and provide links on the application.
6. WHEN VOTING: make the subject line of your comment the title of the painting you're voting for. You may vote for up to two paintings, no more please as it makes it difficult to count votes.
7. You do not have to be stamped to vote on other applications. You do however need to be a memeber of the community.
8. You may get re-stamped again for fun a second time at least two weeks after you're first application has been stamped. The title of your second application should bear a title telling us what you were stamped as the previous time. ie: STAMPED: The Rose Bower
8. Applications will be stamped after about 10 votes, more if there is a tie. Once the community acquires more members that number shall change to 15 and above.


Here are the stamps, you may refer to these when voting on someone.
A Byway, A Flower Market, A Flower Stall, A Hamadryad, A Mermaid, A Naiad, A Roman Offering, A Song of Springtime, A Tale from the Decameron, After the Dance, Apollo and Daphne, Ariadne, Arranging Flowers, At Capri, Boreas, Camellias, Circe, Circe Invidiosa, Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses, Cleopatra, Consulting the Oracle, Danaë, Danaïdes, Dante and Beatrice, Destiny, Diogenes, Echo and Narcissus, Field Flowers, Flora, Flora and the Zephyrs, Gather Ye Rosebuds while ye may, Gathering Almond Blossoms, Gathering Summer Flowers in a Devonshire Garden, Gone But Not Forgotten, Good Neighbours, Hylas and the Nymphs, The Lady of Shalott, In the Peristyle, Isabella and the Pot of Basil, Jason and Medea, Juliet
La Belle Dame Sans Merci, La Fileuse, Lamia, Listening to My Sweet Pipings, Maidens picking Flowers by a Stream, Mariamne leaving the Judgement Seat of Herod, Mariana in the South, Miranda, Miranda - The Tempest, Narcissus, Ophelia 1894, Ophelia 1889, Ophelia 1910, Pandora,
Penelope and the Suitors, Phyllis, Phyllis and Demophoön, Phyllis, Younger daughter of E A Waterlow Esq 1895, Portrait of a Girl, Portrait of a Young Woman, Psyche Opening the Door into Cupid's Garden, Psyche Opening the Golden Box, Resting, Summer, Sweet Summer, The Annunciation, The Awakening of Adonis, The Bouquet, The Charmer, The Crystal Ball, The Danaïdes, The Easy Chair, The Enchanted Garden, The Favourites of the Emperor Honorius, The Flower Picker, The Household Gods, The Lady Clare, The Lady of Shalott, The Loggia, The Love Philtre, The Magic Circle, The Missal, The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine, The Mystic Wood,
The Necklace, The Orange Gatherers, The Remorse of the Emperor Nero after the Murder of his Mother, The Rose Bower, The Shrine, The Siren, The Slave, The Soul of the Rose, Thisbe,
Tristan and Isolde with the Potion, Tristram and Isolde, Veronica, Whispered Words, Windflowers, Woman Picking Flowers

Any questions or comments? You can contact Emma thefoxcharmer at the_birth_of_venus@hotmail.com

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Masterpiece of the Month
Each month a creation will be chosen from the collection to be the focus.
SEPTEMBER - The Lady of Shalott

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