Ophelia by John Everett Millai

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Ophelia by John Everett Millai
  • The flowers floating on the river correspond with Shakespeare's description of Ophelia's garland and also reflect the Victorian interest in the "language of flowers." The prominent red poppy, not mentioned by Shakespeare's description of the scene, represents sleep and death. Despite the lush beauty and technical brilliance of 'Ophelia', the haunting subject matter made its debut very controversial. However, it is now admired around the world as Millai's masterpiece.
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