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John Reinhard Weguelin – Bacchus and the Choir of Nymphs (1888)

John Reinhard Weguelin – Bacchus and the Choir of Nymphs (1888)

On a rocky cliff overlooking the sea, Bacchus reclines on a leopard skin, as he speaks to a choir of nymphs sitting nearby on the grass.

John Reinhard Weguelin – Bacchus Triumphant (1882)

John Reinhard Weguelin – Bacchus Triumphant (1882)

Bacchus depicted as a child, being carried through the streets in a triumphal procession. He sits upon a wild boar, festooned with blossoms, and above his head he holds a thyrsus.

John Reinhard Weguelin – Psyche (1890)

John Reinhard Weguelin – Psyche (1890)

Psyche, holding a silver box. She wears a yellow dress, and has diaphanous wings. Oil on canvas, 24 x 20".

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Gardens of Adonis (1888)

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Gardens of Adonis (1888)

A group of maidens carry potted plants down to the sea, in commemoration of the death of Adonis. A girl plays a flute as the ceremony proceeds.

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Labour of the Danaïdes (1878)

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Labour of the Danaïdes (1878)

The daughters of king Danaüs pour water into a bottomless vessel, as punishment for their crimes.

John Reinhard Weguelin – A Bacchante

John Reinhard Weguelin – A Bacchante

A Bacchante, or Maenad, one of the followers of Dionysus, a young woman clad in a leopard skin and wearing an ivy wreath leans against the base of a pillar.

John Reinhard Weguelin – Cupid Bound by the Nymphs (1896)

John Reinhard Weguelin – Cupid Bound by the Nymphs (1896)

Three nymphs in a wood play with the infant Cupid, whom they have bound with garlands

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Magic of Pan's Flute (1905)

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Magic of Pan's Flute (1905)

In the forest, a nymph listens attentively as Pan plays his flute. She has flowers in her long, golden hair, and she leans against a gnarled tree. Sunlight penetrates the canopy.

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Piper and the Nymphs (1897)

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Piper and the Nymphs (1897)

On the banks of a stream deep in the woods, nymphs repose and gaze at the water, as a piper plays in the background.

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Toilet of Faunus (1887)

John Reinhard Weguelin – The Toilet of Faunus (1887)

A girl in a yellow dress places a garland on a faun's head.

John Reinhard Weguelin–Water Nymph

John Reinhard Weguelin–Water Nymph

A water nymph swims with two fish in the green waters of the sea. She is naked, and her back is to the viewer. Her red hair flows to her right as she swims left, her arms and legs outstretched.