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.