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“Waterhouse's second depiction of Lamia is quite nice aesthetically, but the character herself comes off as nothing more than vain and not at all tragic.”
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Lamia Version II Waterhouse's second depiction of Lamia is quite nice aesthetically, but the character herself comes off as nothing more than vain and not at all
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Type: Oil-on-canvas
Style: Pre-Raphaelite
Medium: Painting
Year Created: 1909
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