Penelope and the Suitors 1912

JohnWilliamWaterhouse-PenelopeandtheSuitors(1912)Date: 1912
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 131 x 191 cm
Location: Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen, UK

The famous painting “Penelope and the Suitors” by John William Waterhouse was painted at the height of Waterhouse's artistic career in 1912. The story was told by Homer, the Greek author of the Odyssey. The tale is about Odysseus and his wife Penelope, who is known for her extreme faithfulness. Although the story is based on real life events, the portrayal of a woman in a sexual position is striking.

Penelope and the Suitors, is an example of a wide perspective. It was created by Scottish artist John William Waterhouse in 1912. It is now part of the collection of the ABERDEEN ART GALLERY & MUSEUMS, a group of several Scottish art institutions. The painting is an ideal representation of the role of women in the epic poem ‘The Odyssey'.

This work is part of the ABERDEEN ART GALLERY & MUSEUMS' collection and was a huge hit. This picture depicts the mythical couple, which was famous for their faithfulness towards one another. The famous painting is now available for viewing by the public. It can be purchased from the museum's website. If you like this picture, you can purchase it online. It will be shipped to you within 48 hours or less!

This play is a great choice for students looking to study the history of women. The play is a great example of a wide-perspective work. Waterhouse's style is known for its romantic interpretations and rejects the threatening secrets of female beauty. The art of the time is reflected in the work. In fact, ‘Penelope and the Suitors' is considered to be Waterhouse's best work.