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White Scottish British Paintings

In Uncategorized on September 12, 2013 at 2:20 am

White Scottish British Paintings:

“Ophelia” from “The Shakespearean painting, which excited Millais more in concept, was Ophelia, one of the greatest Pre-Raphaelite works of all. This shows Ophelia floating down the river into which she has cast herself, feeling rejected by Hamlet. Her hair fans out in the stream, a necklace of violets around her neck and a loose bouquet of many different flowers drifting away from her slightly raised hands. All of these in Victorian flower lore contain meaning or are mentioned by Shakespeare in Hamlet. The plants on the riverbank show a typical selection of flowers and plants from an English summer hedgerow, all painted in precise detail. After casting around for a suitable location for the painting, he finally chose a quiet spot on the Hogsmill River (a tributary of the Thames) at Ewell in Surrey.

We used to have great White writers with stories like the ones on this website attached to paintings, but what will happen to our White male for a history of Christian kindness to the point of White extinction and non-White takeover and in many cases meanness to the extreme towards Whites from Jews and now the other races follow their wicked lead. What is the White woman’s role, but to just stay alive to be a sewer for Jewish sperm as the White East European and White Russian women in White hating state of racist Israel.

http://hoocher.com/John_Everett_Millais/John_Everett_Millais.htm

White Ophelia from White Hamlet floating down the river. Will she also just live to be a slave for Jews as I was, my Polish race for 900 years and the White sex slaves of Israel for Jewish sperm and most abortions in the world!

White Ophelia from White Hamlet floating down the river. Will she also just live to be a slave for Jews as I was, my Polish race for 900 years and the White sex slaves of Israel for Jewish sperm and most abortions in the world!

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