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    John William Waterhouse Documentary

    Here is a link to a documentary about Waterhouse. It's on Dutch TV but it's all English spoken. Just click on the little icon just below the word 'bekijk'.

    Enjoy.

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    Interesting, I was reading about him literally just yesterday. I'll have to watch this when I get home.

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    Cool, thanks for the link.

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    Why oh why did they have to stick that horrid old queen in halfway through?
    (Answering my own question: to show Waterhouse's "contemporary relevance," of course .)


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    That was good. Thank you for the link. They researched that well. I think Tim Rice and Lloyd Webber must be in competition when it comes to collecting Victorian art.

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    hmmm... it is redirecting me somewhere, maybe a 404?
    Is it still working for anyone else?

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    Dan, click on the little orange 'Hier', then do a search on their homepage for 'Waterhouse'. Under the word 'bekijk' is a small icon. Click that and you should get it.

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    Try this link. It's at the bottom of the page.

    http://www.avro.nl/tv/programmas_a-z/close_up/

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