|Ophelia, 1900, (watercolor) Gaston Bussiere. Ophelia was|
a favorite subject for the Pre-Raphaelites as well.
|The Revelation, Gaston Bussiere, Brunhilde discovering Sieglinde and Siegmund.|
|Bussiere's book illustrations far outnumber his paintings.|
|The Death of Preux, Gaston Bussiere|
|Keep in mind most of these works were from the "anything goes" jazz age of Paris in the 1920s. It's not highly technical, but the best word for describing Bussiere's dancers would probably be "hot."|
|Two Children with Crowns of Flowers, |