John William Waterhouse, who was born in Rome on April 6th, 1849, and died in London on February 10th, 1917, is a British painter. His style is close to that of the pre-Raphaelites, and he is known for his paintings inspired by mythology and literature.
John William Waterhouse was born in April 1 to 23, 1849 in Rome, where his father worked as an artist and was baptized on April 6 . Some art historians believe he was born between January 1 to February 23. Isabela's parents are the painters William and Isabela Waterhouse. John is five years old when the family moves to London (South Kensington), near the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Oil painting reproduction John William Waterhouse