Hylas and the Nymphs

Painting of the day:

John William Waterhouse
Hylas and the Nymphs
~1896

Published in: on June 26, 2012 at 1:55 pm  Comments (5)  

5 Comments

  1. Well known picture.

    • As is the previous one. This week will be dedicated to the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood and especially to J.W. Waterhouse. In the next weeks I will “visit” museum after museum and the paintings won’t be that famous.

  2. you should do a “top 10 paintings I believe White Nationalists should revere and be inspired by” section or something along those lines. I’d enjoy your choices, and I think it’d be interesting work.

    • I would start with the chosen “logo” for this blog, Parrish’s Florentine garden of opportunity, since that’s what we need the most: a place for normal heterosexual courtship for the young (a most radical idea in our inverted, transgendered times).

  3. I adore Waterhouse. He is an artist of the romantic and almost mystical past. It saddens me to see this utterly eroded and forgotten.

    On a lighter note, I’m happy that you include such works of art without the god-forsaken effluvium of rock’n’roll accompaniment. It is such a breath of fresh air!


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