Henry Fuseli (Swiss 1741–1825) [Romanticism] "The Nightmare" 1781. Fuseli was a freak. I like freaks.

Henry Fuseli (Swiss 1741–1825) [Romanticism] "The Nightmare" 1781. Fuseli was a freak. I like freaks.

⊰ Posing with Posies ⊱ paintings of women and flowers - Jeune Femme,detail - Etienne Adolphe Piot.

⊰ Posing with Posies ⊱ paintings of women and flowers - Jeune Femme,detail - Etienne Adolphe Piot.

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Fishermen At Sea (1801)  J.M.W. Turner I like this picture, because of the contrast with the moon and the dark clouds.

Fishermen At Sea (1801) J.M.W. Turner I like this picture, because of the contrast with the moon and the dark clouds.

21/221  The "Fighting Temeraire" Tugged to her Last Berth to be Broken up - William Turner, 1839

21/221 The "Fighting Temeraire" Tugged to her Last Berth to be Broken up - William Turner, 1839

It has been said that romance is dead in the modern age – but our hearts are still hankering for it, it seems.    This painting of a stolen kiss between the most famous star-crossed lovers of them all has been voted the most romantic artwork in Britain.    Experts say that Romeo and Juliet, painted in oil by Frank Bernard Dicksee in 1884, remains popular because we all still crave ‘passion and faithfulness’. It shows the Shakespearean couple sharing a kiss after their wedding night, not…

Is this the most romantic painting of all? Oil depiction of Romeo and Juliet voted best in Britain

It has been said that romance is dead in the modern age – but our hearts are still hankering for it, it seems. This painting of a stolen kiss between the most famous star-crossed lovers of them all has been voted the most romantic artwork in Britain. Experts say that Romeo and Juliet, painted in oil by Frank Bernard Dicksee in 1884, remains popular because we all still crave ‘passion and faithfulness’. It shows the Shakespearean couple sharing a kiss after their wedding night, not…

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